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PALEO NEWS:       Paul Selden, Gulf-Hedberg Distinguished Professor of Geology and director of the Paleontological Institute, in collaboration with Tae-Yoon Park of the Korea Polar Research Institute and amateur fossil hunter Kye-Soo Nam of the Daejeon Science High School for the Gifted, described a previously unknown spider with reflective eyes which enabled the spider to hunt at night. Their paper was published in the Jopurnal of Systematic Paleontology.

AND THAT'S NOT ALL:       The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the publication the laterst article in Treatise Online.

Alfred C. Lenz, Denis E. B. Bates, Anna Kozłowska, and Jörg Maletz. 2018.
Part V, Second Revision, Chapter 2: Family Retiolitidae: Introduction, morphology, and systematic descriptions. Treatise Online 114:1–37, 24 fig.

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE:       The Paleontological Institute has created Digital Treatise. Digital Treatise is an online, subscription-based service providing access to the complete content of every previously published volume of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology.

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   Last Updated 2/20/2019