Tagged: paleontology

Robert J. Gay

Crosbysaurus from Utah – Author Interview

Today, we published “The first occurrence of the enigmatic archosauriform Crosbysaurus Heckert 2004 from the Chinle Formation of Southern Utah”. In this blog post, Robert Gay comments on his research and experience publishing with us....

Coauthors David Hone (left, red) and Darren Tanke (right, green) in the Royal Tyrrell Museum with the skull of the tyrannosaur.

Pre- and postmortem tyrannosaurid bite marks – Author Interview

Today we are pleased to have published “Pre- and postmortem tyrannosaurid bite marks on the remains of Daspletosaurus (Tyrannosaurinae: Theropoda) from Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada“. In this crowdsource-funded study, first author David Hone,...

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The Brontosaurus is Back – Author Interview

Today we are very pleased to publish “A specimen-level phylogenetic analysis and taxonomic revision of Diplodocidae (Dinosauria, Sauropoda)“. In this article, Emanuel Tschopp and colleagues report on the results of their groundbreaking research on Diplodocidae,...

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Cranial osteology of Tyrannoneustes – Author Interview

Today’s Interview with an Author is with Davide Foffa, first author on “The cranial osteology of Tyrannoneustes lythrodectikos (Crocodylomorpha: Metriorhynchidae) from the Middle Jurassic of Europe”, an article that we published last week. We...

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Cervical ribs in mammals – why it matters

Last month, we published “Extraordinary incidence of cervical ribs indicates vulnerable condition in Late Pleistocene mammoths”, which received quite a bit of attention in the press. In this article, Frietson Galis and her group...