Paleontology is a study of extinct invertebrates and vertebrates to determine organismâ€™s evolution and extinction. It includes the knowledge of geology, biology and archaeology to understand the processes of origination and eventual destruction of the various organisms. IJPBP publishes original contributions dealing with Extinction, Diversification, Speciation, Functional morphology, Phylogeny, Paleoecology, Taphonomy, etc.
Adocus Kohaku, A New Species of Aquatic Turtle (Testudines:
Cryptodira: Adocidae) from the Late Cretaceous of Kuji, Iwate
Prefecture, Northeast Japan, with Special References to the
Geological Age of the Tamagawa Formation (Kuji Group)
Ren Hirayama*, Teppei Sonoda, Hikaru Uno, Kenji Horie, Yukiyasu
Tsutsumi, Kazuhisa Sasaki, Shunsuke Mitsuzuka and Toshio Takisawa