Paleontology and Evolutionary Science

Quantitatively assessing mekosuchine crocodile locomotion by geometric morphometric and finite element analysis of the forelimb
2,246 views · 550 downloads
Transitional evolutionary forms in chasmosaurine ceratopsid dinosaurs: evidence from the Campanian of New Mexico
2 citations · 8,163 views · 1,512 downloads
A high-resolution growth series of Tyrannosaurus rex obtained from multiple lines of evidence
10 citations · 18,699 views · 2,397 downloads
New insights into the giant mustelids (Mammalia, Carnivora, Mustelidae) from Langebaanweg fossil site (West Coast Fossil Park, South Africa, early Pliocene)
2 citations · 2,631 views · 645 downloads
The tetrapod fauna of the upper Permian Naobaogou Formation of China: 5. Caodeyao liuyufengi gen. et sp. nov., a new peculiar therocephalian
1 citation · 2,274 views · 354 downloads
A new insect trackway from the Upper Jurassic—Lower Cretaceous eolian sandstones of São Paulo State, Brazil: implications for reconstructing desert paleoecology
5 citations · 2,198 views · 369 downloads
Oldest co-occurrence of Varanus and Python from Africa—first record of squamates from the early Miocene of Moghra Formation, Western Desert, Egypt
2 citations · 2,371 views · 465 downloads
A new genus of sinogaleaspids (Galeaspida, stem-Gnathostomata) from the Silurian Period in Jiangxi, China
3 citations · 2,184 views · 398 downloads
Thecodont tooth attachment and replacement in bolosaurid parareptiles
4 citations · 2,391 views · 376 downloads
Ontogeny of a sexually selected structure in an extant archosaur Gavialis gangeticus (Pseudosuchia: Crocodylia) with implications for sexual dimorphism in dinosaurs
7 citations · 6,221 views · 945 downloads
Paleontology and Evolutionary Science
13,623 Followers

Section discussions

Analysis of bone morphometrics and finite-element modelling of the weird Australian mekosuchine crocodylomorphs, supporting that they were more terrestrial than extant crocs tend to be: https://t.co/tW7Cz7TQZq https://t.co/LA1QkHKJlv

An article I handled as editor has been published today @thePeerJ https://t.co/kviE5lKeqU Congratulations to @df9465 and Elizabeth Freedman Fowler. Thanks to James Campbell, @Jordan_Mallon and Mark Loewen for reviewing. #EvolutionaryStudies #Paleontology

Tyrannosaurus rex cladistic ontogeny https://t.co/C44A6LjUZG @thePeerJより

Good news in dark times: our new paper on wolf-sized otter (Sivaonyx) and leopard-sized wolverine (Plesiogulo) from early Pliocene of Langebaanweeg (South Africa) is published! https://t.co/1diQYLGG5I #Paleontology #Taxonomy @CoE_Palaeo @Iziko_Museums @UCT_news Art:Maggie Newman https://t.co/QU3l1sxckr

Oldest co-occurrence of Varanus and Python from Africa—first record of squamates from the early Miocene of Moghra Formation, Western Desert, Egypt https://t.co/spR6S1OZ9y via @thePeerJ

Caodeyao, a new peculiar therocephalian https://t.co/wB1YNggnPa via @thePeerJ

Our article has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/TicLtr6MJQ #Biodiversity #Ecology #EcosystemScience #Entomology #Paleontology

An article I handled as editor has been published today @thePeerJ https://t.co/fVh3MPV3ym #Paleontology #Taxonomy #FossilFriday

An article I handled as editor has been published today @thePeerJ https://t.co/KCySf5PmhY #EvolutionaryStudies #Paleontology #Histology

So my paper on sexual dimorphism in dinosaurs with gharials as a model is now out: https://t.co/s1Yye6eDaV Thanks to my coauthors @WitmerLab @Jordan_Mallon @thepatrick_h Long and detailed blogpost here: https://t.co/kCHLvqLYn0 https://t.co/I1TvFOF8OW

Two new dinosaurs found in fossils at State Museum of Pennsylvania
https://www.pennlive.com/life/2020/06/two-new-dinosaurs-found-in-fossils-at-state-museum-of-pennsylvania.html

Two New Transitional Ceratopsids
https://www.fossilguy.com/news/transitional-horned-dinosaur-6-05-20/index.htm

New species provide missing links in evolutionary history of horned dinosaurs
https://www.grandforksherald.com/news/science-and-nature/6530862-New-species-provide-missing-links-in-evolutionary-history-of-horned-dinosaurs

Two New Species from New Mexico Help Fill Gap in Evolution of Horned Dinosaurs
http://www.sci-news.com/paleontology/navajoceratops-sullivani-terminocavus-sealeyi-08505.html#:~:text=Two%20new%20transitional%20species%20of,Navajoceratops%20sullivani%20and%20Terminocavus%20sealeyi.

Press Release: TWO NEW TRANSITIONAL SPECIES FILL IN MISSING LINKS IN THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF HORNED DINOSAURS
http://dickinsonmuseumcenter.com/badlands_research-2020newceratopsids/

Here's exactly how T. rex grew from a slender tot into a massive carnivore
https://www.livescience.com/tyrannosaurus-rex-size-age.html

Can we really tell male and female dinosaurs apart?
https://phys.org/news/2020-05-male-female-dinosaurs.html

The National Interest: "Can Scientists Tell Male and Female Dinosaurs Apart?"
https://nationalinterest.org/blog/techland/can-scientists-tell-male-and-female-dinosaurs-apart-153726