Journal of Systematic Palaeontology

(The TQCC of Journal of Systematic Palaeontology is 6. 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 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Synopsis of the fossil flat wasps Epyrinae (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae), with description of three new genera and 10 new species24
A new hadrosauriform dinosaur from the Wessex Formation, Wealden Group (Early Cretaceous), of the Isle of Wight, southern England18
A new species ofCaipirasuchus(Notosuchia, Sphagesauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Brazil and the evolutionary history of Sphagesauria17
Northern Eurasian rhinocerotines (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) by the Pliocene–Pleistocene transition: phylogeny and historical biogeography17
A new traversodontid cynodont with a peculiar postcanine dentition from the Middle/Late Triassic of Namibia and dental evolution in basal gomphodonts17
A new PleistoceneCtenomysand divergence dating of the hyperdiverse South American rodent family Ctenomyidae16
A new species of longirostrine plioplatecarpine mosasaur (Squamata: Mosasauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Morocco, with a re-evaluation of the problematic taxon ‘Platecarpusptychodon16
A new Late Cretaceous leaf mine Leucopteropsa spiralae gen. et sp. nov. (Lepidoptera: Lyonetiidae) represents the first confirmed fossil evidence of the Cemiostominae16
The fossil record and phylogeny of South American horned frogs (Anura, Ceratophryidae)15
A new species of glyptodontine (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Glyptodontidae) from the Quaternary of the Eastern Cordillera, Bolivia: phylogeny and palaeobiogeography14
The rhynchosaur record, including a new stenaulorhynchine taxon, from the Chañares Formation (upper Ladinian–?lowermost Carnian levels) of La Rioja Province, north-western Argentina14
Ontogeny and evolutionary significance of a new acrotretide brachiopod genus from Cambrian Series 2 of South China13
A re-assessment of the osteology and phylogenetic relationships of the enigmatic, large-headed reptileSphodrosaurus pennsylvanicus(Late Triassic, Pennsylvania, USA) indicates archosauriform aff12
A new longirostrine sperm whale (Cetacea, Physeteroidea) from the lower Miocene of the Pisco Basin (southern coast of Peru)12
Re-appearance of hypercarnivore ichthyosaurs in the Cretaceous with differentiated dentition: revision of ‘Platypterygiussachicarum (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria, Ophthalmosauridae) from Co12
A re-examination of the anatomy and systematics of the tomistomine crocodylians from the Miocene of Italy and Malta11
Evidence on vegetative and inflorescence morphology of Chloranthaceae (Angiospermae) from the Early Cretaceous (middle–late Albian) of Spain11
A new reptile from the lower Permian of Brazil (Karutia fortunata gen. et sp. nov.) and the interrelationships of Parareptilia10
A new small-bodied ankylosaurian dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous of North Patagonia (Río Negro Province, Argentina)10
A remarkably complete skeleton from the London Clay provides insights into the morphology and diversity of early Eocene zygodactyl near-passerine birds9
Two new Early Cretaceous ornithuromorph birds provide insights into the taxonomy and divergence of Yanornithidae (Aves: Ornithothoraces)9
A new cyprinid from the Oligocene of Qaidam Basin, north-eastern Tibetan plateau, and its implications9
The diversity of Triassic South American sphenodontians: a new basal form, clevosaurs, and a revision of rhynchocephalian phylogeny9
Appendicular osteology of Skorpiovenator bustingorryi (Theropoda, Abelisauridae) with comments on phylogenetic features of abelisaurids8
Taxonomic and phylogenetic reassessment of a large-bodied dinosaur from the earliest dinosaur-bearing beds (Carnian, Upper Triassic) from southern Brazil8
A new hadrosaurid (Dinosauria: Ornithischia) from the Late Cretaceous of northern Patagonia and the radiation of South American hadrosaurids8
The Ordovician diversification of sea urchins: systematics of the Bothriocidaroida (Echinodermata: Echinoidea)8
Ammitocyon kainosgen. et sp. nov., a chimerical amphicyonid (Mammalia, Carnivora) from the late Miocene carnivore traps of Cerro de los Batallones (Madrid, Spain)8
Redescription of the skull of Hezhengia bohlini (Artiodactyla, Mammalia) and a reassessment of the systematics of the Chinese late Miocene ‘ovibovines’8
The most complete extinct species of Testudo (Testudines, Testudinidae) defined by several well-preserved skeletons from the late Miocene of Romania7
Unravelling the identity of the platanistoid Notocetus vanbenedeni Moreno, 1892 (Cetacea, Odontoceti) from the early Miocene of Patagonia (Argentina)7
The phylogenetic relationships and evolutionary history of the armoured dinosaurs (Ornithischia: Thyreophora)7
Tetrapodophis amplectusis not a snake: re-assessment of the osteology, phylogeny and functional morphology of an Early Cretaceous dolichosaurid lizard7
A new ‘rauisuchian’ archosaur from the Middle Triassic Omingonde Formation (Karoo Supergroup) of Namibia7
New remains ofCephalomys arcidens(Rodentia, Caviomorpha) and a redefinition of the enigmatic Cephalomyidae7
First record of Meizonyx salvadorensis (Mammalia: Xenarthra: Pilosa) from the late Pleistocene of Mexico and its evolutionary implications7
Assessing conflict between early neornithischian tree topologies7
Xinjiangchelyid turtles from the Middle Jurassic of the Berezovsk coal mine (Krasnoyarsk Territory, Russia): systematics, skeletal morphology, variation, relationships and palaeobiogeographic implicat6
The oldest eugaleaspiform (Galeaspida) from the Silurian Fentou Formation (Telychian, Llandovery) of Wuhan, South China6
Re-assessment of the Late Jurassic eusauropod Mamenchisaurus sinocanadorum Russell and Zheng, 1993, and the evolution of exceptionally long necks in mamenchisaurids6
Catapleura Cope, 1870 is Euclastes Cope, 1867 (Testudines: Pan-Cheloniidae): synonymy revealed by a new specimen from New Jersey6
Phylogeny and evolutionary history of polychelidan lobsters6
The snakefly family Mesoraphidiidae (Insecta: Raphidioptera) from the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation, China: systematic revision and phylogenetic implications6
Comparative cladistics: identifying the sources for differing phylogenetic results between competing morphology-based datasets6
Revision of the Eocene artiodactyls (Mammalia, Placentalia) from Aumelas and Saint-Martin-de-Londres (Montpellier limestones, Hérault, France) questions the early European artiodactyl radiation6
A new †Pachycormiformes (Actinopterygii) from the Upper Jurassic of Gondwana sheds light on the evolutionary history of the group6
Re-description of the sexually dimorphic peltopleuriform fishWushaichthys exquisitus(Middle Triassic, China): taxonomic implications and phylogenetic relationships6
Ontogenetic changes in the postcranial skeleton ofMussaurus patagonicus(Dinosauria, Sauropodomorpha) and their impact on the phylogenetic relationships of early sauropodomorphs6