Journal of Systematic Palaeontology

(The TQCC of Journal of Systematic Palaeontology is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
The appendicular skeleton of the dwarf macronarian sauropodEuropasaurus holgerifrom the Late Jurassic of Germany and a re-evaluation of its systematic affinities27
Synopsis of the fossil flat wasps Epyrinae (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae), with description of three new genera and 10 new species23
A New Rhynchocephalian from the Late Triassic of Southern Brazil Enhances Eusphenodontian Diversity20
Oligocene Limnobiophyllum (Araceae) from the central Tibetan Plateau and its evolutionary and palaeoenvironmental implications18
Craniomandibular osteology ofMacrocollum itaquii(Dinosauria: Sauropodomorpha) from the Late Triassic of southern Brazil17
New anatomical information on the bohaiornithid Longusunguis and the presence of a plesiomorphic diapsid skull in Enantiornithes16
Osteology ofKlamelisaurus gobiensis(Dinosauria, Eusauropoda) and the evolutionary history of Middle–Late Jurassic Chinese sauropods16
Northern Eurasian rhinocerotines (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) by the Pliocene–Pleistocene transition: phylogeny and historical biogeography15
A new species ofCaipirasuchus(Notosuchia, Sphagesauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Brazil and the evolutionary history of Sphagesauria14
New toothed Early Cretaceous ornithuromorph bird reveals intraclade diversity in pattern of tooth loss14
The oldest ‘Lingulellotreta’ (Lingulata, Brachiopoda) from China and its phylogenetic significance: integrating new material from the Cambrian Stage 3–4 Lagerstätten in eastern Yunnan, South Ch14
What are “opossum-like” fossils? The phylogeny of herpetotheriid and peradectid metatherians, based on new features from the petrosal anatomy13
A new traversodontid cynodont with a peculiar postcanine dentition from the Middle/Late Triassic of Namibia and dental evolution in basal gomphodonts13
A new hadrosauriform dinosaur from the Wessex Formation, Wealden Group (Early Cretaceous), of the Isle of Wight, southern England12
The rhynchosaur record, including a new stenaulorhynchine taxon, from the Chañares Formation (upper Ladinian–?lowermost Carnian levels) of La Rioja Province, north-western Argentina12
A new Late Cretaceous leaf mine Leucopteropsa spiralae gen. et sp. nov. (Lepidoptera: Lyonetiidae) represents the first confirmed fossil evidence of the Cemiostominae12
A new species of glyptodontine (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Glyptodontidae) from the Quaternary of the Eastern Cordillera, Bolivia: phylogeny and palaeobiogeography11
Virtual reconstruction of the skull ofBernissartia fagesiiand current understanding of the neosuchian–eusuchian transition11
A new genus and species of sabretooth, Oriensmilus liupanensis (Barbourofelinae, Nimravidae, Carnivora), from the middle Miocene of China suggests barbourofelines are nimravids, not felids11
A new species of longirostrine plioplatecarpine mosasaur (Squamata: Mosasauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Morocco, with a re-evaluation of the problematic taxon ‘Platecarpusptychodon10
A new longirostrine sperm whale (Cetacea, Physeteroidea) from the lower Miocene of the Pisco Basin (southern coast of Peru)10
A re-examination of the anatomy and systematics of the tomistomine crocodylians from the Miocene of Italy and Malta10
The fossil record and phylogeny of South American horned frogs (Anura, Ceratophryidae)10
A new PleistoceneCtenomysand divergence dating of the hyperdiverse South American rodent family Ctenomyidae9
Cranial osteology and systematics of the enigmatic early ‘sail-backed’ synapsidEchinerpeton intermediumReisz, 1972, and a review of the earliest ‘pelycosaurs’9
A new reptile from the lower Permian of Brazil (Karutia fortunata gen. et sp. nov.) and the interrelationships of Parareptilia9
Cranial and postcranial remains of a new species of Prochelidella (Testudines: Pleurodira: Chelidae) from ‘La Buitrera’ (Cenomanian of Patagonia, Argentina), with comments on the monophyly of t9
Redescription of the holotype of Chanaresuchus bonapartei Romer, 1971 (Archosauriformes: Proterochampsidae) from the Upper Triassic rocks of the Chañares Formation of north-western Argentina9
Evidence on vegetative and inflorescence morphology of Chloranthaceae (Angiospermae) from the Early Cretaceous (middle–late Albian) of Spain9
Re-appearance of hypercarnivore ichthyosaurs in the Cretaceous with differentiated dentition: revision of ‘Platypterygiussachicarum (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria, Ophthalmosauridae) from Co8
A reassessment of the genusGroeberiaPatterson, 1952 (Mammalia, Metatheria): functional and phylogenetic implications8
An unusual new sauropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia8
Ontogeny and evolutionary significance of a new acrotretide brachiopod genus from Cambrian Series 2 of South China8
Ammitocyon kainosgen. et sp. nov., a chimerical amphicyonid (Mammalia, Carnivora) from the late Miocene carnivore traps of Cerro de los Batallones (Madrid, Spain)7
Geometric morphometric analysis of Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera: Apocrita) with two new Mesozoic taxa from Myanmar and China7
A new cymbospondylid ichthyosaur (Ichthyosauria) from the Middle Triassic (Anisian) of the Augusta Mountains, Nevada, USA7
First record of Meizonyx salvadorensis (Mammalia: Xenarthra: Pilosa) from the late Pleistocene of Mexico and its evolutionary implications7
Proterotheriids and macraucheniids (Litopterna: Mammalia) from the Pampa Castillo Fauna, Chile (early Miocene, Santacrucian SALMA) and a new phylogeny of Proterotheriidae7
The mid-Cretaceous †Lepiceratus Gen. nov. and the Evolution of the Relict Beetle Family Lepiceridae (Insecta: Coleoptera: Myxophaga)7
A remarkably complete skeleton from the London Clay provides insights into the morphology and diversity of early Eocene zygodactyl near-passerine birds7
Two new Early Cretaceous ornithuromorph birds provide insights into the taxonomy and divergence of Yanornithidae (Aves: Ornithothoraces)7
A new choristodere (Reptilia: Choristodera) from an Aptian–Albian coal deposit in China7