Paleontology and Evolutionary Science

The phylogeny and systematics of Xiphosura
3 citations · 2,729 views · 865 downloads
Eco-morphological diversity of larvae of soldier flies and their closest relatives in deep time
1 citation · 1,185 views · 301 downloads
The Italian record of the Cretaceous shark, Ptychodus latissimus Agassiz, 1835 (Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii)
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The paleobiology and paleoecology of South African Lystrosaurus
3 citations · 2,177 views · 411 downloads
The cranial morphology of Tanystropheus hydroides (Tanystropheidae, Archosauromorpha) as revealed by synchrotron microtomography
2 citations · 2,636 views · 386 downloads
The easternmost occurrence of Mammut pacificus (Proboscidea: Mammutidae), based on a partial skull from eastern Montana, USA
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A new species of the large-headed coastal marine turtle Solnhofia (Testudinata, Thalassochelydia) from the Late Jurassic of NW Switzerland
1 citation · 1,462 views · 255 downloads
The osteology and phylogenetic position of the loricatan (Archosauria: Pseudosuchia) Heptasuchus clarki, from the ?Mid-Upper Triassic, southeastern Big Horn Mountains, Central Wyoming (USA)
1,815 views · 368 downloads
New record of podocopid ostracods from Cretaceous amber
2 citations · 998 views · 333 downloads
Craniofacial ontogeny in Tylosaurinae
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Out in time for #FossilFriday, a revised phylogeny of #horseshoecrabs. It's the first comprehensive update to the taxonomy of these #arthropods for 70 years. This is the result of almost a decade of work, and includes the naming of 9 new genera! https://t.co/FaaeG0yD0w https://t.co/q2V4IcoxGD

My second co-authored paper of the year came out! What started with me showing my buddy a cool larvae in Dominican amber has snowballed into a paper on soldier fly larvae in deep time. Includes commissioned art by @Prehistorica_CM https://t.co/wWCsr0AmMY https://t.co/HTgWBuN8hv

The Italian record of the Cretaceous shark, Ptychodus latissimus Agassiz, 1835 (Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii) https://t.co/FEiCi6ThLe @thePeerJ https://t.co/WRDqwmKcIs

The paleobiology and paleoecology of South African Lystrosaurus https://t.co/gVb4i944B9 @thePeerJ https://t.co/gdbpeVDWzJ

We have a new #openaccess paper out today in @thePeerJ about the skull & endocranial anatomy of Tanystropheus - the super long-necked aquatic predator from the Triassic! Thanks to Stephan Spiekman (@UZH_Science) for leading this cool study! https://t.co/PJSUCfB7sQ @morethanadodo

It's a very special #MastodonMonday thanks to new research lead by WSC curator @Hippodraco - the Pacific mastodon has been recorded in eastern Montana! #PacificMastodon Read @thePeerJ paper for free here: https://t.co/oHftShYusr https://t.co/U8hx2ShiZ5

Congratulations to @FossilTurtles for his new paper published today @thePeerJ. More #turtle goodness! https://t.co/eFTPnsQPq9 #EvolutionaryStudies #Paleontology #Taxonomy #Zoology

An article I handled as editor has been published today @thePeerJ https://t.co/AJ8GUoYiWP Congratulations to S. Nesbitt (@virginia_tech) and collaborators and many thanks to A. Heckert, T. Sulej, and J. Weinbaum for their expert assistance! #Paleontology #Archosauria #Triassic

I am glad I could help out @gentlexiaohe with this contribution about ostracods from Burmese amber https://t.co/yF52uIwCAj via @thePeerJ https://t.co/IrlfqROY1w

It's #TylosaurusTuesday and I am *beyond* excited to share that my single-authored work on Tylosaurus growth is now my first ever publication!!!!!