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Phylogenetic relationships of living and recently extinct bandicoots based on nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequences.
Bandicoots (Peramelemorphia) are a major order of australidelphian marsupials, which despite a fossil record spanning at least the past 25 million years and a pandemic Australasian range, remainExpand
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Revision of the sauropod dinosaur Diamantinasaurus matildae Hocknull et al. 2009 from the mid-Cretaceous of Australia: Implications for Gondwanan titanosauriform dispersal
The osteology of Diamantinasaurus matildae, the most complete Cretaceous sauropod described from Australia to date, is comprehensively reassessed. The preparation of additional material from the typeExpand
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Cranial morphology of Platypterygius longmani Wade, 1990 (Reptilia : Ichthyosauria) from the Lower Cretaceous of Australia.
Exceptionally well-preserved remains belonging to the Australian Early Cretaceous (Albian) ichthyosaur Platypterygius longmani Wade, 1990 are described in detail. The material is used to reconstructExpand
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The Australian Cretaceous Ichthyosaur Platypterygius australis: A Description and Review of Postcranial Remains
ABSTRACT Australian Cretaceous ichthyosaur material is amongst the most complete in the world. This study describes postcranial remains referred to the upper Albian species PlatypterygiusExpand
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Postcranial Anatomy of Platypterygius americanus (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria) from the Cretaceous of Wyoming
ABSTRACT Ichthyosaurs remains from the Albian and Cenomanian of Wyoming have been assigned to Platypterygius americanus, but apart from structures of the distal humerus, few other unequivocalExpand
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New Australian sauropods shed light on Cretaceous dinosaur palaeobiogeography
Australian dinosaurs have played a rare but controversial role in the debate surrounding the effect of Gondwanan break-up on Cretaceous dinosaur distribution. Major spatiotemporal gaps in theExpand
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The Evolutionary History and Diversity of Australian Mammals
known about the early Cretaceous and late Miocene. The late Oligocene to middle Miocene record documents the highest levels of biodiversity known for the continent, comparabie to that whichExpand
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Current status of species-level representation in faunas from selected fossil localities in the Riversleigh World Heritage Area, northwestern Queensland
Current lists of species-level representation in faunas from 80 Cenozoic fossil localities at the Riversleigh World Heritage Area have been compiled by review of recorded occurrences of taxa obtainedExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships of dasyuromorphian marsupials revisited
We reassessed the phylogenetic relationships of dasyuromorphians using a large molecular database comprising previously published and new sequences for both nuclear (nDNA) and mitochondrial (mtDNA)Expand
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Cretaceous marine reptiles of Australia: a review of taxonomy and distribution
Abstract Marine reptile fossils are common in the Cretaceous epicontinental and continental-margin marine deposits of Australia but much of the material is sparsely documented. A review of currentExpand
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