Annals of Carnegie Museum: Volume 75

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Volume 75, Number 4, 30 December 2006

  • A review of the Ceratophyllid subfamily Dactylopsyllinae. Part. 2. Dactylopsylla Jordan, 1929, and Foxella Wagner, 1929 (Siphonaptera: Ceratophyllidae). Robert E. Lewis and Nixon Wilson. 
  • Evidence of a giant tyrannosaurid (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Upper Cretaceous (?Campanian) of Montana. Michael A. Urban and Matthew C. Lamanna. 
  • Earliest castoroidine beaver (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the late Arikareean (early Miocene) of Nebraska. William W. Korth and Bruce E. Bailey. 
  • Revision of the fleas in the subgenus Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) (Siphonaptera: Ceratophyllidae). Michael W. Hastriter and Roberto P. Schlatter. 
  • Index to Volume 75.

Volume 75, Number 3, 30 September 2006

  • Variation in the os palatinum and its structural relation to the palatum osseum of birds (Aves). Richard L. Zusi and Bradley C. Livezey. 
  • Ant nest beetles of the Carnegie Museum (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Paussinae: Paussini). Peter Nagel.  

Volume 75, Number 2, 30 June 2006

  • The middle ear region of the Falconiformes. Edward Saiff. 
  • A new species of Chocoan Sturnira (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae: Stenodermatinae) from western Ecuador and Colombia. Timothy J. McCarthy, Luis Albuja V., and Michael S. Alberico. 
  • Oligocene and Miocene decapods (Thalassinidea and Brachyura) from the Caribbean. Carrie E. Schweitzer, Manuel Iturralde-Vinent, Joanna L. Hetler, and Jorge Velez-Juarbe.  

Volume 75, Number 1, 30 March 2006

  • Two new species in the genus Psammodromus (Reptilia: Lacertidae) from the Iberian Peninsula. Stephen D. Busack, Alfredo Salvador, and Robin Lawson. 
  • Elkobatrachus brocki, a new pelobatid (Amphibia: Anura) from the Eocene Elko Formation of Nevada. Amy C. Henrici and Simon R. Haynes. 
  • Comparison of cranial anatomy and proportions of similarly sized Seymouria sanjuanensis and Discosauriscus. Jozef Klembara, David S Berman, Amy C. Henrici, Andrej Ĉerňanský, and Ralf Wernerburg. 
  • New basal selenodont artiodactyls from the Pondaung Formation (Late Middle Eocene, Myanmar) and the phylogenetic relationships of early ruminants. Grégoire Métais.