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Part I. Phylogeny: Introduction 1. Late Triassic and Jurassic amphibians 2. The Lepidosauromorpha 3. Late Triassic-Early Jurassic sphenodontians from China and the phylogeny of the Sphenodontia 4. Marine members of the Sphenodontia 5. Patterns of evolution in Mesozoic Crocodyliformes 6. Sister-group relationships of mammals and transformations of diagnostic mammalian characters Part II. Faunal Assemblages: Introduction 7. A review of the British Middle Triassic tetrapod assemblages 8. Small tetrapods from the Upper Triassic of the Richmond Basin, Virginia 9. Microvertebrates from the Placerias Quarry 10. Late Triassic microvertebrates from central Europe 11. Assemblages of small tetrapods from British Late Triassic fissure deposits 12. Ornithiscian dinosaurs from the Upper Triassic of the United States 13. Early Jurassic small tetrapods from the McCoy Brook formation of Nova Scotia 14. The small tetrapods of the Lower Lufeng Formation, Yunnan, China 15. Assemblages of small tetrapods from the Early Jurassic of Britain 16. A review of the Early Jurassic tetrapods from the Glen Canyon Group of the American Southwest 17. An Early or Middle Jurassic tetrapod assemblage from the La Boca Formation, northeastern Mexico 18. Middle Jurassic microvertebrate assemblages from the British Isles 19. A new Bathonian microvertebrate locality in the English Midlands Part III. Faunal Change: Introduction 20. The chronology and biogeography of mammalian origins 21. Biotic and climatic changes in the Carnian (Triassic) of Europe and adjacent areas 22. Late Triassic to Middle Jurassic extinctions among continental tetrapods 23. Comments on 'Late Triassic to Middle Jurassic extinctions among continental tetrapods' 24. What was the tempo and mode of evolutionary change in the Late Triassic to Middle Jurassic? 25. Field trip guide: field guide to three late Triassic tetrapod sites in Virginia and North Carolina.