Ameghiniana

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2017 Impact Factor: 1.519
JCR Ranking 18 out of 55 journals in Paleontology

Average time from submission to publication online: 4.92 months
Average time from submission to final publication: 9.59 months

Publication Frequency: 6 issues per year
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Ameghiniana is a bimonthly journal that publishes original contributions on all disciplines related to paleontology, with a special focus on the paleontology of Gondwana and the biotic history of the southern hemisphere. Published yearly since 1957, it has undoubtedly become the main palaeontological publication from Latin America. Ameghiniana has recently broadened its editorial board, reorganized its production process, and increased to a bimonthly frequency, which resulted in a significant decrease in the turn around time.

Its contents are indexed in most international databases, including Thomson Reuters Science Citation Index, Scopus, Biological Abstracts, Zoological Record, Current Contents (Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences), Geological Abstracts, Bibliography and Index of Geology, Latindex, Gushengwuxue Wenzhai, Pascal, Referativnyi Zhurnal, and Research Alert.

Articles include the following disciplines: 
Anatomy
, Systematics, 
Phylogeny, 
Paleobiology
, Paleoecology, 
Paleobiogeography, 
Biostratigraphy, 
Taphonomy.

Studies on stratigraphy, palaeoenvironmental reconstructions and extant material will also be included when the conclusions have paleontological implications.

Review papers are also considered if they are focused on topics relevant to the scope of the journal. Please contact a member of the Editorial Board if you are interested in submitting a Review Paper.


AMEGHINIANA

Vol 56, No 2

Table of Contents

Articles

Martín Daniel Ezcurra, María Belén von Baczko, María Jimena Trotteyn, Julia Brenda Desojo
79–115
Flavio Bellardini, Laura Codorniú
116–134
Elena Previtera
135–152
Pablo Edmundo Ortiz, J. Pablo Jayat, Franck Barbière, María Marta Sampietro-Vattuone, José Luis Peña-Monné
153–186
Sergio Eduardo Miquel
187–194