Paleontology and Evolutionary Science

Diversity and paleoenvironmental implications of an elasmobranch assemblage from the Oligocene–Miocene boundary of Ecuador
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New fossil lizard specimens from a poorly-known squamate assemblage in the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) San Juan Basin, New Mexico, USA
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Estimating the evolutionary rates in mosasauroids and plesiosaurs: discussion of niche occupation in Late Cretaceous seas
4 citations · 8,488 views · 772 downloads
Revision of the mollisoniid chelicerate(?) Thelxiope, with a new species from the middle Cambrian Wheeler Formation of Utah
2 citations · 2,344 views · 374 downloads
An unusual 100-million-year old holometabolan larva with a piercing mouth cone
5 citations · 4,189 views · 454 downloads
New anatomical information on Dsungaripterus weii Young, 1964 with focus on the palatal region
6 citations · 2,875 views · 492 downloads
A new plesiosaurian from the Jurassic–Cretaceous transitional interval of the Slottsmøya Member (Volgian), with insights into the cranial anatomy of cryptoclidids using computed tomography
2 citations · 4,991 views · 687 downloads
How many ontogenetic points are needed to accurately describe the ontogeny of a cephalopod conch? A case study of the modern nautilid Nautilus pompilius
2 citations · 1,540 views · 275 downloads
Application of artificially intelligent systems for the identification of discrete fossiliferous levels
1 citation · 1,737 views · 418 downloads
Postcranial anatomy and histology of Seymouria, and the terrestriality of seymouriamorphs
3 citations · 1,938 views · 862 downloads
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My article has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/vxexvhkUPq #Ecology #MarineBiology #Paleontology

#17April #April17 #17Aprile 2020 "New fossil lizard specimens from a poorly-known squamate assemblage in the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) San Juan Basin, New Mexico, USA" C. Henrik Woolley et al., publ. April 17, 2020 https://t.co/PCSnV0CAHe #NewMexico #fossils #fossilfriday https://t.co/EgUre7CSwn

New paper by @danielmadzia and me, published today in @thePeerJ. We discuss the possible evolutionary interactions between mosasauroids and plesiosaurs during the Late Cretaceous. https://t.co/vJG8VVBpVN

Out today @thePeerJ, a new study led by @PlLife2 that addresses in detail the morphology and classification of the enigmatic 'soft-bodied' euarthropod Thelxiope, with a new species T. holmani

[thread] for the #FossilFriday we (as of Joachim & Carolin Haugs, @mcranium92 and I) have a new and rather unique beast to present. We can not even confidently state the order of this larva https://t.co/7n5DsnliPD. It is burmese amber, and (now) we fully aware of ethical 1/2

New information on Dsungaripterus weii https://t.co/lIGiwuj6Jy via @thePeerJ

In August 2012 we excavated a beautiful but muddy plesiosaur which today was published in @peerj Welcome to Ophthalmothule cryostea! Be prepared for lots of photos and GIFs! https://t.co/nRJueT3f5h https://t.co/rlPDgnMkRv

Description of a conch in Nautilus https://t.co/exgab95tgJ @thePeerJさんから

Very proud to finally share our latest contribution, titled "Application of artificially intelligent systems for the identification of discrete fossiliferous levels": https://t.co/Cg3m3Q2dXw https://t.co/Gk4HYSaLdo

Anatomy and histology of the early tetrapod Seymouria in lovely detail: https://t.co/2DQTiICP3R https://t.co/U4FfurUmPk