ASGP 2020, Vol. 90, 3

Hendrik KLEIN, Lorenzo MARCHETTI, Lara SCISCIO, Maren JANSEN
Continental ichnology - Introduction to the volume - 215–216
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Daniel FALK & Oliver WINGS
Tracking ichnologists! Report on the 3rd International Conference of Continental Ichnology 2019 in Halle (Saale), Germany - 217–218
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Michael LAAß, Sophie KRETSCHMER, Angelika LEIPNER & Norbert HAUSCHKE
First evidence of arthropod herbivory in calamitalean stems from the Pennsylvanian of Germany - 219–246
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Daniel SEDORKO, Luciano ALESSANDRETTI, Lucas Veríssimo WARREN, Mariano VERDE, Caio César RANGEL, Kimberly Silva RAMOS & Renata Guimarães NETTO
Trace fossils from the Upper Cretaceous Capacete Formation, Sanfranciscana Basin, Central Brazil - 247–260
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Hemanta S. RAJKUMAR & Vladimir ŠIMO
Interconnected chambered trace fossils, Pliocene lower Tipam Formation, Tripura, India - 261–270
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Lorenzo MARCHETTI, Sebastian VOIGT, Spencer G. LUCAS, Matthew R. STIMSON, Olivia A. KING & John H. CALDER
Footprints of the earliest reptiles: Notalacerta missouriensis – Ichnotaxonomy, potential trackmakers, biostratigraphy, palaeobiogeography and palaeoecology - 271–290
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Michael BUCHWITZ, Lorenzo MARCHETTI, Maren JANSEN, Daniel FALK, Frank TROSTHEIDE & Joerg W. SCHNEIDER
Ichnotaxonomy and trackmaker assignment of tetrapod tracks and swimming traces from the Middle Permian Hornburg Formation of Saxony-Anhalt (Germany) - 291–320
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Lorenzo MARCHETTI, Hendrik KLEIN, Daniel FALK & Oliver WINGS
Synaptichnium tracks from the middle Muschelkalk (Middle Triassic, Anisian) Bernburg site (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) - 321–330
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Hendrik KLEIN, Gerard GIERLIŃSKI, Jens N. LALLENSACK, Abdalla Abu HAMAD, Habes AL-MASHAKBEH, Ikhlas ALHEJOJ, Marcin KONOPKA & Marcin BŁOŃSKI
First Upper Cretaceous dinosaur track assemblage from Jordan (Middle East) – preliminary results - 331–342
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