Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History
On the cover of Bulletin 54(2), overlooking the Wasatch Formation near Bitter Cr
Partial shell of the late Eocene turtle Anosteira pulchra Clark

In publication since 1925, the Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History publishes original research in the natural science disciplines represented by the collections of the Yale Peabody Museum’s curatorial divisions. Publication is supported by the Theodore and Ruth Wilmanns Lidz Endowment Fund for Excellence in Scholarly Publications, dedicated to the dissemination of scholarly research and study of the world and its cultures.

 

The Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History is published twice a year, in April and October.

 

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Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History

Yale University — Volume 55, Issue 1 — April 2014

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A Review of the Fossil Record of Turtles of the Clade Pan-Carettochelys

by Walter G. Joyce

 

Wallago Bleeker, 1851 and Wallagonia Myers, 1938 (Ostariophysi, Siluridae), Distinct Genera of Tropical Asian Catfishes, with Description of †Wallago maemohensis from the Miocene of Thailand

by Tyson R. Roberts

 

Redescription and Molecular Characterization of Placobdella hollensis (Whitman, 1892) (Hirudinida: Glossiphoniidae)

by William E. Moser, Dennis J. Richardson, Charlotte I. Hammond and Eric A. Lazo-Wasem

 

Ingestion of Fossil Seashells, Stones and Small Mammal Bones by Gravid Gopher Tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in South Florida

by Jon A. Moore and Alex Dornburg

 

Correction to "Early Eocene Lizards of the Wasatch Formation near Bitter Creek, Wyoming: Diversity and Paleoenvironment during an Interval of Global Warming"

by Krister T. Smith and Jacques A. Gauthier

 

 

Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History

Yale University — Volume 54, Issue 2 — October 2013

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Early Eocene Lizards of the Wasatch Formation near Bitter Creek, Wyoming: Diversity and Paleoenvironment during an Interval of Global Warming

by Krister T. Smith and Jacques A. Gauthier

 

A Remarkable Species Flock of Cyprinodon Pupfishes Endemic to San Salvador Island, Bahamas

by Christopher H. Martin and Peter C. Wainwright

 

New Examples of Tyrannosaurus rex from the Lance Formation of Wyoming, United States

by Sebastian G. Dalman

 

Redescription of Placobdella parasitica (Say, 1824) Moore, 1901 (Hirudinida: Glossiphoniidae)

by William E. Moser, Dennis J. Richardson, Charlotte I. Hammond and Eric A. Lazo-Wasem

 

Correction to “Caenagnathidae from the Upper Campanian Aguja Formation of West Texas, and a Revision of the Caenagnathinae”

by Nicholas R. Longrich, Ken Barnes, Scott Clark and Larry Millar

 

 

 

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The Bulletin incorporates the Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection, which ceased independent publication after Vol. 19, Article 2 (1967), and, beginning with Bulletin Volume 47, also incorporates the Postilla series, which ceased with issue Number 232 in May 2004.

 

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Lawrence F. Gall
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