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Display all details of A new genus of bamboo coral (Octocorallia: Scleralcyonacea: Keratoisididae) from the Whittard Canyon, Ireland, Northeast Atlantic Quattrini, Andrea 2 1
Display all details of Girard et al. 2024 The cranial morphology of Hutchemys rememdium and its impact on the phylogenetic relationships of Plastomenidae (Testudinata, Trionychidae) The cranial morphology of Hutchemys rememdium and its impact on the phylogenetic relationships of Plastomenidae (Testudinata, Trionychidae) 108 27
Display all details of UALVP 60425 Cranial remains of a juvenile Edmontosaurus regalis from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation near Morrin Alberta. 0 0
Display all details of Ambizione project: Macroevolutionary patterns of shape evolution in turtles 811 210
Display all details of BRC-BIO: Phenotypic convergence and trait loss in high-elevation Andean frogs This is a project funded by NSF award 2218191 Molly C. Womack 23 23
Display all details of Bone scans for a musculoskeletal model of Ceratotherium simum This repository contains the CT-scans for the adult white rhinoceros studied in Etienne, Houssaye and Hutchinson (Peerj, 2021). The scans have subsequently been used in an upcoming study to design a musculoskeletal model of this rhinoceros. Etienne, Cyril 7 1
Display all details of Small-to-medium sized mammals show greater morphological disparity in cervical than lumbar vertebrae across different terrestrial modes of locomotion A repository of specimens from South Australian Museum and National Museum of Nature and Science used in the research "Small-to-medium sized mammals show greater morphological disparity in cervical than lumbar vertebrae across different terrestrial modes of locomotion" Nuttakorn Taewcharoen 21 21
Display all details of New Fossils, Systematics, and Biogeography of the Oldest Known Crown Primate <em>Teilhardina</em> from the Earliest Eocene of Asia, Europe, and North America Omomyiform primates are the most basal fossil haplorhines, with the oldest classified in the genus <i>Teilhardina</i> and known contemporaneously from Asia, Europe, and North America during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) ~56 mya. Characterization of morphology in this genus has been limited by small sample sizes and fragmentary fossils. A new dental sample (N=163) of the North American species <i>Teilhardina brandti</i> from PETM strata of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, documents previously unknown morphology and variation, prompting the need for a systematic revision of the genus. The P<sub>4</sub> of <i>T. brandti</i> expresses a range of variation that encompasses that of the recently named, slightly younger North American species ‘<i>Teilhardina gingerichi</i>,’ which is here synonymized with <i>T. brandti</i>. A new partial dentary preserving the alveoli for P<sub>1-2</sub> demonstrates that <i>T. brandti</i> variably expresses an unreduced, centrally-located P<sub>1</sub>, and in this regard is similar to that of <i>T. asiatica</i> from China. This observation, coupled with further documentation of variability in P<sub>1</sub> alveolar size, position, and presence in the European type species <i>T. belgica</i>, indicates that the original diagnosis of <i>T. asiatica</i> is insufficient at distinguishing this species from either <i>T. belgica</i> or <i>T. brandti</i>. Likewise, the basal omomyiform ‘<i>Archicebus achilles</i>’ requires revision to be distinguished from <i>Teilhardina</i>. Results from a phylogenetic analysis of 1,890 characters scored for omomyiforms, adapiforms, and other euarchontan mammals produces a novel clade including <i>T. magnoliana</i>, <i>T. brandti</i>, <i>T. asiatica</i>, and <i>T. belgica</i> to the exclusion of two species previously referred to <i>Teilhardina</i>, which are here classified in a new genus (<i>Bownomomys americanus</i> and <i>Bownomomys crassidens</i>). While hypotheses of relationships and inferred biogeographic patterns among species of <i>Teilhardina</i> could change with the discovery of more complete fossils, the results of these analyses indicate a similar probability that the genus originated in either Asia or North America. 76 38
Display all details of Oldest Southern Hemisphere sauropterygian Includes raw data for the submitted article Kear et al., 1 1
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