Annals of Carnegie Museum

Annals of Carnegie Museum is a quarterly journal that publishes peer-reviewed short and medium-length original scientific contributions in organismal biology, earth sciences, and anthropology, in 40 by 52.5 pica format (168 by 220 mm or 6-5/8 by 8-5/8 inches). Subject matter must be relevant to Carnegie Museum of Natural History scientific sections or Powdermill Nature Reserve (PNR), preferably with connection to the Carnegie collection and/or personnel. Carnegie Museum staff and research associates receive publication priority, but others are encouraged to submit papers, especially those manuscripts explicitly based on the Carnegie collection. Direct inquires regarding the appropriateness of a specific contribution to the editors, J. R. Wible ( or J. E. Rawlins (

Number of Issues per Year: 4
Frequency: Quarterly
ISSN: 0097-4463

Current Volume

Volume 82, Number 4, 30 November 2014--$22.50 + s/h  

  • Terrestrial and aquatic mollusks of the Eocene Kishenehn Formation, Middle Fork Flathead River, Montana. Harold G. Pierce and Kurt N. Constenius. 
  • A new species of skipper in the Afrotropical genus Procampta Holland (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Pyrginae: Tagiadini). Torben B. Larsen and John E. Rawlins. 
  • Fleas (Siphonaptera: Pygiopsyllomorpha) of Papua Province (Indonesia), Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands. Part II. Nestivalius, Orthopsylloides, and Parastivalius (Stivaliidae: Stivaliinae): descriptions of seventeen new species and a new subgenus. Michael W. Hastriter. 
  • Rodents (Mammalia) from the Whitneyan (middle Oligocene) Cedar Pass Fauna of South Dakota. William W. Korth. 
  • Index to Volume 82.

Volume 82, Number 3, 15 July 2014--$22.50 + s/h 

  • A new species of Anillinus Casey from the Oak Ridge area west of the Appalachian Mountains in Tennessee (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Trechinae: Bembidiini). Igor M. Sokolov. 
  • First records of crane fly subgenus Emodotipula Alexander (Diptera: Tipulidae: Tipula) from Taiwan and Thailand, with description of new species. Chen W. Young. 
  • Challenges of using copper isotope ratios to trace the origin of native copper artifacts: an example from the Keweenaw Peninsula. Ryan Mathur, Marc Wilson, and Marina L. Parra. 
  • Acanthospondylus pennsylvanicus, a new genus and species of Pennsylvanian eospondylid ophiuroid (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) from western Pennsylvania. John A. Harper. 
  • Brachiopoda taxonomy and biostratigraphy of the Redwall Limestone (Lower Mississippian) of Arizona. John L. Carter, David K. Brezinski, Albert D. Kollar, and J. Thomas Dutro Jr. 
  • The history of the cast skeleton of Diplodocus carnegii Hatcher, 1901, at the Museo de la Plata, Argentina. Alejandro Otero and Zulma Gasparini. 

Volume 82, Number 2, 31 December 2013--$22.50 + s/h 

  • Review of Acutipula crane flies of Taiwan, with descriptions of new species and immature instars (Diptera: Tipulidae: Tipulinae: Tipula). Chen W. Young, Yan Li, Wen-Chen Chu, and Huai-Sheng Fang. 
  • New species of ground beetles of the genus Dolichoctis Schmidt-Goebel, subgenus Spinidolichoctis Baehr, from the Papuan and Oriental regions (Insecta, Coleoptera: Carabidae: Lebiinae). Martin Baehr. 
  • An annotated and illustrated catalogue of Solnhofen (Upper Jurassic, Germany) pterosaur specimens at Carnegie Museum of Natural History. David W. E. Hone, Michael B. Habib, and Matthew C. Lamanna. 
  • A transect for reproductive compatibility and evidence for a "hybrid sink" in a hybrid zone of Hyalophora (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). Michael M. Collins and John E. Rawlins. 

Volume 82, Number 1, 26 December 2013--$22.50 + s/h 

  • On the cranial osteology of the African palm civet, Nandinia binotata (Gray, 1830) (Mammalia, Carnivora, Feliformia). John R. Wible and Michelle Spaulding. 


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