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New paper on Squalicorax

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Al Dente
18 minutes ago, MikaelS said:

New paper out on Albian-Turonian Squalicorax from Australia, including three new species.

 

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03115518.2018.1462401

 

 

Congrats on the new paper. Is there going to be a paper updating Campanian and Maastrictian Squalicorax any time soon?

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Fruitbat

Unfortunately, access to the whole article is prevented by a pay-per-view wall.  It will cost you $50.00 for 24 hour access or, if you really want a chance to read it, you can spend $112.00 for 30 days access. :doh!:

 

-Joe

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MikaelS

You could ask me for a copy in a private message. I still have some free downloads left.

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Fruitbat

MikaelS...

 

I much appreciate the generous offer but I'll leave the free downloads you have available for somebody else who can make better use of them than I can.  As always, I'm on the lookout for papers to add to my Pdf Library here on The Fossil Forum, but I try to avoid adding links to any that our members will have to pay for!  Congratulations on the new paper though.  It looks like it is a fascinating one!

 

-Joe

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Tidgy's Dad
2 hours ago, MikaelS said:

New paper out on Albian-Turonian Squalicorax from Australia, including three new species.

 

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03115518.2018.1462401

 

 

Congratulations! 

The abstract at least is very interesting. :)

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MikaelS

The five most important figures are free to download. All three holotypes are included among these five pdfs. The 3D files will work if you first download them onto your hard drive and then open them from your hard drive. Click on the image to activate (can take up to a minute). You can even view them in transparent view.

 

https://figshare.com/articles/Anacoracid_sharks_and_calcareous_nannofossil_stratigraphy_of_the_mid-Cretaceous_upper_Gearle_Siltstone_and_Haycock_Marl_in_the_lower_Murchison_River_area_Western_Australia/6442385

 

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Mike from North Queensland

Congratulations on your paper.

Nice to see some Australian species

 

Mike D'Arcy

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