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The evolution of tribospheny and the antiquity of mammalian clades.
The oldest platypus and its bearing on divergence timing of the platypus and echidna clades
- T. Rowe, T. Rich, P. Vickers-Rich, M. Springer, M. Woodburne
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 29 January 2008
Evidence from high-resolution x-ray computed tomography indicating that Teinolophos, an Early Cretaceous fossil from Australia's Flat Rocks locality, lies within the crown clade Monotremata, as a basal platypus is described, suggesting that rate heterogeneities may have affected mammalian evolution in such a way as to defeat strict molecular clock models and to challenge even relaxed molecular Clock models when applied to mammalian history at a deep temporal scale.
Chubutemys, a New Eucryptodiran Turtle from the Early Cretaceous of Argentina, and the Relationships of the Meiolaniidae
Chubutemys copelloi is the oldest nonmarine cryptodire from South America represented by a skull and an enclosed canalis caroticus internus extending to the posterior margin of the pterygoid, showing that it is a eucryptodire.
THE HYPSILOPHODONTIDAE FROM SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA
A New Sauropod Dinosaur from Chubut Province, Argentina
Theropod Fauna from Southern Australia Indicates High Polar Diversity and Climate-Driven Dinosaur Provinciality
Most dinosaur groups probably attained a near-cosmopolitan distribution in the Jurassic, prior to fragmentation of the Pangaean supercontinent, and some aspects of the hallmark ‘Gondwanan’ fauna of South America and Africa may therefore reflect climate-driven provinciality, not vicariant evolution driven by continental fragmentation.
Polar dinosaurs and biotas of the Early Cretaceous of southeastern Australia
Early Cretaceous Mammals from Flat Rocks, Victoria, Australia
Polar dinosaur bone histology
ABSTRACT We report on the bone microstructure of a hypsilophodont and an ornithomimosaur from the Early Cretaceous, Otway Group of Dinosaur Cove in south-eastern Australia, which at the time lay well…