Neues Jahrbuch fuer Geologie und Palaontologie-Abhandlungen

(The TQCC of Neues Jahrbuch fuer Geologie und Palaontologie-Abhandlungen is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
New cranial material of Miotragocerus monacensis (Mammalia: Bovidae) from the late Miocene hominid locality Hammerschmiede (Germany)11
Discovery of complemental males in a Pliocene accumulation of Chelonibia testudinaria (Linnaeus, 1758), with some notes on the evolution of androdioecy in turtle barnacles9
The higher taxonomic nomenclature of Devonian to Cretaceous ammonoids and Jurassic to Cretaceous ammonites including their authorship and publication8
Zircon U‑Pb age of the Cretaceous Tlayúa Fossil-Lagerstätte in Central Mexico8
The endobiontic serpulids in corals and other reef associated fauna from the Messinian of Algeria8
Redefinition of the family Rhizangiidae (Scleractinia; Cretaceous to Recent) and description of a new genus from the Early Cretaceous of Spain8
Giants of the Pampean plains (Argentina) during Early Pleistocene (Ensenadan). The case of Panochthus (Xenarthra, Glyptodontidae): comparative descriptions7
A small assemblage of marine hybodont sharks from the Bathonian of the Jaisalmer Basin, India7
Petrography and geochemistry of the Middle–Upper Jurassic Banik section, northernmost Iraq – Implications for palaeoredox, evaporitic and diagenetic conditions7
Inclusions of beetles (Coleoptera) in Baltic amber of the Kaliningrad Amber Museum: an inventory of illusions and reality6
Environmental evolution of the Acholla coast (Gulf of Gabes, Tunisia) during the past 2000 years as inferred from palaeontological and sedimentological proxies6
Asteracanthus (Hybodontiformes: Acrodontidae) remains from the Jurassic of Hungary, with the description of a new species and with remarks on the taxonomy and paleobiology of the genus6
Revision of Cyclida (Pancrustacea, Multicrustacea), with five new genera6
A Karethraichnus boring on a turtle shell bone from the Miocene of Italy is assessed as the attachment scar of a platylepadid symbiont6
Morphology and relationships of the temnospondyl Macrerpeton huxleyi from the Pennsylvanian of Linton, Ohio (USA)5
The Rhynie chert land plant Aglaophyton majus harbored cyanobacteria in necrotic local lesions5
Did titanic stingrays wander the Pliocene Mediterranean Sea? Some notes on a giant-sized myliobatoid stinger from the Piacenzian of Italy5
When did spines appear in cornulitids – a new spiny Cornulites from the Upper Ordovician of Baltica5
Discovery of the Middle Callovian ammonite Erymnoceras in the Blue Nile Basin (Ethiopia)5
Palynostratigraphy and palaeoclimate of the Valanginian–Cenomanian subsurface succession in Hamza-1X well, Matruh Basin, Egypt5
Environment and taphonomy of an intrabasinal upland flora preserved in lower Permian volcaniclastic sediments4
A new limulid (Chelicerata, Xiphosurida) from the Lower Jurassic (Sinemurian) of Osteno, NW Italy4
First New World Necrotaulius reflects the Laurasian land masses (Insecta: Amphiesmenoptera: Necrotauliidae)4
Source rock evaluation and thermal maturity the Upper Cretaceous rocks in Abu El Gharadig Basin, Egypt: Insights to the petroleum system4
First record of the brachiopod Lingula? from the Pliocene of Tuscany (Italy): the youngest occurrence of lingulides in the Mediterranean Basin4
Thatchtelithichnus on a Pliocene grey whale mandible and barnacles as possible tracemakers4
Polychaete macrobioerosion in the Messinian (Late Miocene) Rhodolith beds of the western Mediterranean4
Smoking guns for cold cases: the find of a Carcharhinus tooth piercing a fossil cetacean rib, with notes on the feeding ecology of some Mediterranean Pliocene requiem sharks4
An unexpected deadly meeting: deep-water (hexanchid) shark bite marks on a sirenian skeleton from Pliocene shoreface deposits of Tuscany (Italy)3
A new species of diurnal birds of prey from the late Eocene of Wyoming (USA) – one of the earliest New World records of the Accipitridae (hawks, eagles, and allies)3
Oravaichnium oualimehadjensis, a new possible bivalve repichnion from the Upper Jurassic Argiles de Saïda Formation (middle Oxfordian, Saïda Mounts, NW Algeria)3
Early evolutionary radiation and diversity of the Old World telemetacarpal deer (Capreolinae, Cervidae, Mammalia)3
On the validity of names of some Permian actinopterygians from European Russia3
First evidence of the benthic foraminifera Alveosepta jaccardi from the Oxfordian of the Saharan Atlas (Algeria): Palaeoenvironmental and palaeoecological implications3
New records of Oligocene selachians (Elasmobranchii) from the Outer Carpathian Basin3
First fossils of the extant blacktip shark Carcharhinus limbatus from Europe and the Mediterranean Basin3
A cetotheriid whale from the upper Miocene of the Mediterranean3
The shark and ray teeth of the Lower Miocene (Upper Marine Molasse) from Äpfingen, Baden-Württemberg, Southern Germany3
A new species of the archaic “turtle barnacle” genus Protochelonibia (Coronuloidea, Chelonibiidae) from the upper Rupelian Chickasawhay Formation of Mississippi (U.S.A.)3
The shark and ray fauna of the Upper Marine Molasse (Lower Miocene) of Rengetsweiler (Baden-Württemberg, SW Germany)3
The last North African hipparions – hipparion decline and extinction follows a common pattern3
Facies architecture of fluviatile deposits of the Jurassic-Cretaceous Bertangga Formation, Peninsular Malaysia3
Ecology of the Early Jurassic bivalve Harpax spinosus (J. Sowerby, 1819)2
Another piece in the puzzle: a fossil stingless bee from Ethiopian amber (Apidae, Meliponini)2
Quaternary records of Carcharodon carcharias (Linnaeus, 1758) in Tuscany (central Italy): implications for the palaeobiology of Mediterranean white sharks2
A new specimen of Adelophthalmus luceroensis (Eurypterida: Chelicerata) from the late Carboniferous (middle Missourian; Kasimovian) Kinney Quarry Lagerstätte of New Mexico2
The first Cenozoic ‘blanket hermit crab’ (Anomura, Paguroidea) – a new genus and species from the Eocene of northeast Italy2
The first turiasaurian sauropod of India reported from the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) sediments of Jaisalmer Basin, Rajasthan, India2
Clustered and injured Pseudogygites latimarginatus from the Late Ordovician Lindsay Formation, Canada2
Early Permian acercarian insects (Miomoptera, Palaeomanteidae) from the Saar-Nahe Basin (Rhineland-Palatinate, SW Germany)2
New fossil Carnivora from Thailand: transcontinental paleobiostratigraphic correlations and paleobiogeographical implications2
New data on fish otoliths from the late Badenian (Langhian, Middle Miocene) back reef environment in the Carpathian Foredeep (Horodok, western Ukraine)2
Paleoenvironment and sequence stratigraphy of the Albian Kharita Formation, North Western Desert, Egypt: Insights from palynological and palynofacies analyses2
An unusual Colognathus-like reptile from the Middle Triassic (Ladinian) Erfurt Formation of Germany2
The ammonites of the keppleri Horizon (basal Callovian, Middle Jurassic) of Albstadt-Pfeffingen (Swabian Alb, Germany) – biostratigraphy and correlation2
Revision of Tornoceras frechi Wedekind, 1918 and consequences for the Late Devonian ammonoid stratigraphy2
Anastomopora (Fenestrata, Bryozoa) from the Middle Devonian of the Rhenish Massif, Germany2
A new record of Gunnellichnus moghraensis from the Middle Miocene of Belgium, with some remarks on the origin of this seemingly uncommon ichnospecies2
Revision of the genera Vinciguerria and †Eovinciguerria from the Oligocene of Romania (Central Paratethys) – comments on selected characters2
A new, highly diverse paguroid assemblage from the Oxfordian (Upper Jurassic) of southern Poland and its environmental distribution2
Freboldia carinii sp. nov. from the Middle Triassic Brembana Valley (Esino Limestone, Southern Alps, Italy) – possibly the oldest known holoplanktonic gastropod2
Bivalves from the Innviertel Group of Allerding in the North Alpine Foreland Basin (lower Miocene, Upper Austria)2
Conifer turnover across the K/Pg boundary in Colorado, U.S.A., parallels South American patterns: New and emerging perspectives2
Revision of Tornoceras typus (Sandberger & Sandberger, 1851) – an iconic Devonian ammonoid of a clade with slow morphological evolution2
The first record of a true Pseudonautilus Meek, 1876 (Cephalopoda: Nautiloidea) from the Upper Jurassic of Southern Germany and observations on related genera2
First report of the lower dentition of Siamotherium pondaungensis (Cetartiodactyla, Hippopotamoidea) from the late middle Eocene Pondaung Formation, Myanmar2
The extinct nautiloid Aturia in the Middle Miocene of Pacific South America: new data from the Pisco Lagerstätte of Peru2
Palaeobiogeography of the Late Jurassic ammonite genus Paraboliceras in the Indo-Pacific Realm and newly collected material from Spiti Valley, India2
The lower Muschelkalk dolostones in Central Sardinia (Italy) and their algal content: sedimentological and paleontological analysis2
A Paleocene vertebrate-bitten crocodilian coprolite from Liverpool Point, Maryland, U.S.A.2
Palynostratigraphy and paleoenvironmental analysis of late Miocene–early Pliocene sediments from ML‑1 well, Offshore Eastern Niger Delta, Nigeria2
Early Cretaceous ammonites of the superfamily Bochianitoidea from the Butkov Quarry (Central Western Carpathians, Slovakia)2
Lower Palaeozoic acritarchs from the Traras Mountains – First evidence of Ordovician sediments in northwestern Algeria2
A second specimen provides new morphologic information on Vaderlimulus, the only known fossil horseshoe crab (Xiphosurida) from the Triassic of North America2
A new low diversity lacustrine elasmobranch fauna from the Lower Triassic Burgersdorp Formation of South Africa with descriptions of Lissodus tumidoclavus n. sp. (Chondrichthyes: Hybodontoidea)2
Lower Cenomanian (Cretaceous) corals from Cóbreces (Cantabria, northern Spain). Part I: superfamilies Actinastreoidea, Amphiastreoidea, Caryophyllioidea2
Pliocene vertebrates from Ivanovce and Hajnáčka (Slovakia). XI. Fossil record of porcupines (Hystricidae) from Ivanovce2
Sequence stratigraphy and paleoenvironmental progression of Abu Madi Formation in offshore Baltim East field, Nile Delta, Egypt2
Gigantism in Late Devonian ammonoids from Chahriseh (Central Iran)2
Ontogeny and adult osteology of the Middle Triassic temnospondyl Trematolestes hagdorni2
Middle Cenomanian ammonites from the Oberhäslich Formation (Elbtal Group, Germany): stratigraphic and palaeogeographic implications for the Saxo-Bohemian Cretaceous2
The best-preserved skeleton of Suevoleviathan integer (Bronn, 1844) (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria) from the Lower Jurassic of south-western Germany, with a discussion of the genus2