Carnegie Museum of Natural History researchers and co-authors of the description of Fedexia striegeli, an exquisitely preserved fossil that provides evidence that the first widespread occurrence of terrestrial vertebrates 300 million years ago was in response to a brief episode of a globally warmer, drier climate. From left:
Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology David S Berman, Ph.D., Vertebrate Paleontology Collection Manager Amy C. Henrici (holding fossil skull of Fedexia striegeli), and Invertebrate Paleontology Collection Manager Albert D. Kollar. Not pictured: co-author Adjunct Associate Curator of Invertebrate Paleontology David K. Brezinski, Ph.D.
Please note: There is no period after Berman's middle initial.