Curriculum vitae name: Gauthier, Jacques Armand Address: Department of Geology and Geophysics Yale University New Haven, ct 06520-8109 Phone: Museum: (203) 432-3150 Home: (203) 407-0540 Education




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CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: Gauthier, Jacques Armand


Address: Department of Geology and Geophysics

Yale University

New Haven, CT 06520-8109
Phone: Museum: (203) 432-3150

Home: (203) 407-0540



Education
1973 B.S. (Zoology) San Diego State University.

1980 M.S. (Biology) San Diego State University.

1984 Ph.D. (Paleontology) University of California, Berkeley.

Academic Positions

1983-84 Herpetology Fellow, California Academy of Sciences.

1984-87 NSF Postdoctoral Associate, "Ontogeny and Squamate Phylogeny," Dr. Arnold Kluge, University of Michigan.

1987-88 Assistant Curator of Herpetology, California Academy of Sciences.

1989-96 Associate Curator of Herpetology, California Academy of Sciences.

1993-96 Adjunct Professor, San Francisco State University.

1996- Professor, Geology and Geophysics, Yale University.

1996- Head Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology

1996- Curator of Vertebrate Zoology

1996-2005 Acting Curator of Ornithology

2000-2009 Adjunct Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Yale University
Awards and Honors
1976-77 Regent's Fellowship, U.C. Berkeley.

1977-78 Regent's Fellowship, U.C. Berkeley.

1979-80 Annie M. Alexander Fellowship in Paleontology, U.C. Berkeley.

1984 Romer Prize, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.

1990- Fellow, California Academy of Sciences.

1992 Langston Centennial Lecturer, University of Texas.

1995 Visiting Professor, Spring Semester, Universite Paris 7, France

Grants

1977 Dean's Grant in Aid of Research, U.C. Berkeley.

1977 Paleontology Research Grant, U.C. Berkeley.

1978 Paleontology Research Grant, U.C. Berkeley.

1978-79 Curriculum Development Grant, U.C. Berkeley.

1979 Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund, American Museum of Natural History.

1987 Research Fund, "A morphometric analysis of Archaeopteryx," California Academy of Sciences.

1988 Geraldine Lindsay Fund, fieldwork in South Africa, California Academy of Sciences.

1988 National Science Foundation, three year grant for "Phylogenetic Analysis of Early Ornithosuchian Archosaurs," California Academy of Sciences.

1989 Geraldine Lindsay Fund, fieldwork in USSR, California Academy of Sciences.

1989 Geraldine Lindsay Fund, fieldwork in Argentina, California Academy of Sciences.

1990 Research Fund, "European Dinosaurs," California Academy of Sciences.

1990 Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund, American Museum of Natural History.

1991 Research Fund, "An Early Cretaceous Troodontid from China," California Academy of Sciences.

1991 NSF Biological Research Resources Program, two year grant for "Verification of Computerized Records of the Collections of the Department of Herpetology, California Academy of Sciences."

1992 Research Fund, "Archaeopteryx and Other Fossil Reptiles in the Humboldt Museum, Berlin, Germany," California Academy of Sciences.

1992 Geraldine Lindsay Fund, fieldwork in Texas, California Academy of Sciences.

1993 Research Fund, fieldwork in Texas, California Academy of Sciences.

1999 NSF Biological Research Collection Grant (DBI-9876815): “Collection Improvement for O.C. Marsh’s Dinosaurs at Yale Peabody Museum” 2yrs (M. Fox Co-PI)


  1. Moore Fund, Curriculum Development, Yale University (2yrs)

  1. NSF, three-year grant for “Total Evidence Phylogeny for Xantusiidae, and its Relationships Among Scleroglossa.”

  1. CT Dept Environmental Protection, 2 year grant for “CT Amphibian Diversity & Distribution Changes: A Study Based on Historic Samples of Amphibian Larvae, Including Eastern Spade-foot Toads

  2. NSF Biological Research Collection Grant, 5 year grant for “HerpNET: Development of a Distributed Information Network of North American Herpetological Databases, Yale Peabody Museum

  1. NSF, 5 year grant for “AToL: The Deep Scaly Project: Resolving Squamate Phylogeny Using Genomic and Morphological Approaches

  1. NSF Biological Research Collection Grant, a 5 five grant for “ORNIS: A Community Effort to Build an Integrated, Distributed, Enriched, and Error-free ORNithological Information System

  1. NSF Biological Research Collections Grant, 3 year grant for “Conservation Of the Princeton Collection and Oversize Fossils at the Yale Peabody Museum


Teaching
1981 Teaching Assistant, "Animal Diversity" (Zoology), U.C. Berkeley.

1981-82 Teaching Assistant, "General Biology" (Biology), U.C. Berkeley.

1982 Teaching Associate, "Evolution of Dinosauria" (Paleontology), U.C. Berkeley.

1987-96 Numerous invited lectures at academic institutions, and public lectures and docent training courses at California Academy of Sciences.

1988 Short Course Lecturer, "Evolution of Dinosauria," California Academy of Sciences.

1991 Short Course Lecturer, "Origin of Birds," Extension Course, U. C. Berkeley.

1992 Short Course Lecturer, "California Desert Climatology and Herpetology," California Academy of Sciences.

1993 Short Course Lecturer, "Tetrapod Phylogeny," California Academy of Sciences.

1994 Short Course Lecturer, "California Desert Lizards" California Academy of Sciences.

1994 Short Course Lecturer, “The Diversification of the Amniotes,” GSA short course #7, Seattle, Wa

1996- Instructor, “Systematics Discussion Group,” Yale University

1996 Instructor, “The Phylogenetic System,” Yale University (Fall)

1997- Instructor, “The History of Life,” Yale University (Spring)

1999- Instructor, “Vertebrate Paleontology,” Yale University (Fall)

2003 Instructor, “Lizard Evolution,” Yale University (Spring)
Symposia (Invited Speaker)
1982 "Phylogenetic Relationships of the Lizard Families," American Society of Zoologist's, Louisville, Kentucky.

1984 "International Archaeopteryx Conference," Eichstatt, Germany.

1984 "The Origin of Birds and the Evolution of Flight," American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, California.

1985 "Amniote Phylogeny," Hennig Society, Miami, Florida.

1986 "The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods," Linnean Society, London, England.

1988 "Chinese Fossils," American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York.

1988 "The Hierarchy of Life: Molecules and Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis," Nobel Symposium, Karlskoga, Sweden.

1990 "Paleontology and Phylogeny Reconstruction," Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Lawrence, Kansas.

1991 "Phylogenetic Analysis and Macroevolutionary Issues," Geological Society of America, San Diego, California.

1992 "Missing Data in Phylogenetic Inference," Hennig Society, Paris, France.

1994 "Major Features of Vertebrate Evolution," Geological Society of America, Seattle, Washington.

1999 “Special Symposium Honoring Richard Etheridge” American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Penn State University.

1999 “New Perspectives in the Origin and Evolution of Birds,” Yale Peabody Museum & Dept Geology and Geophysics, Yale University. Organizer/Host


  1. “Recent Advances in Lepidosaurian Evolution and Systematics” Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, University of Oklahoma.

2004 “International PhyloCode Conference,” Paris, France

2010 “’Armand de Ricqles’ Symposium,” College de France, Paris, France


Professional Services and Organizations
Society of Systematic Biology

Agenda 2000: Co-Chair of Public Education Committee

Councilor, 1996-1998

Willi Hennig Society

Councilor, 1988-91; 1998-00

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Chair, Romer Prize Committee, 1987-90

Richard Estes Memorial Fund Committee, 1992-2001

American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists

Board of Governors, 1991-1996.

International Society of Phylogenetic Nomenclature

Councilor, 2004-2007

President Elect 2006

Royal Society

Editorial Board, Biology Letters, 2006-
Publications
Abstracts
Greene, H. and J. Gauthier, 1979. The adaptive zone of beaded lizards (Helodermatidae). Abstract In: Joint Annual Meeting of the Herpetologist's League (26th) and Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (21st). University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Gauthier, J., 1981. The origin of lizards. Abstract In: 61st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Oregon State University, Corvalis.

Rowe, T., J. Gauthier and A. Kluge, 1988. Computer-assisted tests of the role of fossils in phylogeny reconstruction. Abstract In: Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting Program, 20(7).

Clark, J. and J. Gauthier, 1989. An unusual new, small, burrowing diapsid from the Jurassic of Mexico. Abstract In: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 9(3):17A.

Kluge, A.G. and J. Gauthier, 1993. Total evidence vs taxonomic congruence. Abstract In: Hennig Society Meeting, Copenhagen.

Padian, K., J. Gauthier and N. Fraser, 1995. Scleromochlus taylori and the early evolution of pterosaurs. Abstract In: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 15(3):47A.

Maisano, J. A. and J. A. Gauthier, 1997. Timing and sequence of ossification of Xantusia vigilis vigilis, Klauberina riversiana, and Lepidophyma gaigeae (Squamata: Xantusiidae), and its implications for xantusiid phylogeny. Abstract In: American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (77th). University of Washington, Seattle.

Gauthier, J. and G. Wagner, 1998. I,II,III or II, III, IV or both? A solution to the problem of avian digit homology. Abstract In: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18(3):45A-46A.

Gauthier, J. and G. Wagner, 1999. 1-2-3 or 2-3-4 or both: A solution to the problem of avain digit homology. Abstract In: American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (79th). Pennsylvania State University, State College.

Gauthier, J.A., and A. D. Gishlick, 2000. Re-examination of the manus of Compsognathus and its relevance to the original morphology of the coelurosaurian manus. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20(3):43A.

Bell, C.J., and J.A. Gauthier, 2001. Phylogenetic systematics and Quaternary paleontology. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21(3):33A.

Clarke, J. A., and J.A. Gauthier. 2001. The origin and significance of a propatagium in flying Dinosaurs. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21(3):41A.

Bell, C.J. and J. Gauthier, 2002. North American Quaternary Squamata: Re-evaluation of the stability hypothesis. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22(3):35A.

Gauthier, J.A and C.J. Bell, 2002. Constraint, homoplasy, and informativeness in the evolution of the medial aperture of the recessus scalae tympani in lizards. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22(3):57A.

Smith, K.T. and J. Gauthier, 2002. Squamate diversity across the Eocene/Oligocene boundary: new data and the applicability of phylogeny. Journal of Vertebrate Paleonology 22(3):109A.

Bell, Christopher and J. Gauthier, 2003. North American Quaternary Squamata: re-evaluation of the stability hypothesis. Ecological Society of America, 88th annual meeting, p.26.

deQueiroz, K. and J Gauthier, 2004. Toward an integrated system of phylogenetically

defined names. First International Phylogenetic Nomenclature Meeting. Paris,

Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, July 6-9.

Rowe, T., JA Gauthier, K. de Queiroz, W.G. Joyce, J. F. Parham & J. Clarke, 2004.

A Phylogenetic Nomenclature for the Major Clades of Amniota Haeckel 1866,

with Emphasis on Mammalia Linnaeus 1758. First International Phylogenetic

Nomenclature Meeting. Paris, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, July 6-9.

Gauthier, J.A , K. de Queiroz, W.G. Joyce, J. F. Parham, T. Rowe & J. Clarke, 2004.

Phylogenetic Nomenclature for the Major Clades of Amniota Haeckel 1866,

with Emphasis on Non-Avian Reptilia Laurentus 1768. First International Phylogenetic

Nomenclature Meeting. Paris, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, July 6-9.

Clarke, J., JA Gauthier, K. de Queiroz, W.G. Joyce, J. F. Parham & T. Rowe, 2004.

A Phylogenetic Nomenclature for the Major Clades of Amniota Haeckel 1866,

with Emphasis on Aves Linnaeus 1758. First International Phylogenetic Nomenclature

Meeting. Paris, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, July 6-9.

Joyce, W. and J. Gauthier, 2006. A nearly complete skeleton of Poposaurus gracilis from

the late Triassic of Utah. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 26(3). 83A

Peterson, K J, T R Lyson, A M Heimberg, E Sperling, J A Gauthier & P. C. J. Donoghue

2010. microRNAs and vertebrate evolution. Geological Society of America Programs 42(5)

Peterson, K J, T R Lyson, E Sperling, A M Heimberg, J A Gauthier & P. C. J. Donoghue 2010. microRNAs and vertebrate phylogenetics. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28(3):145A

Popular Publications
Gauthier, J., 1989. Advances in science: A Nobel symposium on the hierarchy of life. Academy Newsletter, CAS, 3(1):3.

Gauthier, J., 1992. Lifemap. Animals (Vertebrate, Mammal and Reptile stations). CD-ROM. California Academy of Sciences and Warner New Media, San Francisco and Burbank.

Gauthier, J. 1998. Foreword to: The Mistaken Extinction: Dinosaur Evolution and the Origin of Birds. W.H. Freeman & Co., New York.

Gauthier, J.A., 1999. China’s feathered dinosaurs. Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 18pp.

Gauthier, J.A., 2007. The Deep Scaly Project. Geology & Geophysics NEWS, Spring 2007:7-8
Reviews
Graham, R., J. Gauthier, R. Hook and D. Prothero, 1988. Vertebrate paleontology. Geotimes, 33(2):59-60.

Graham, R, J. Gauthier, D. Prothero and H.-P. Schultze, 1989. Vertebrate paleontology. Geotimes, 34(2):46-47.

Gauthier, J., D. Prothero, R. Cloutier and H.-P. Schultze, 1990. Vertebrate paleontology. Geotimes, 35(2):45-46.
Research
Gauthier, J., 1980. Anniella (Sauria: Anguidae) from the Miocene of California. Paleobios. 31:1-7.

Gauthier, J., 1982. Fossil xenosaurid and anguid lizards from the early Eocene of Wyoming, and a revision of the Anguioidea. Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming, 21(1):7-54.

Gauthier, J., 1984. A cladistic analysis of the higher systematic categories of the Diapsida. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, #85-12825, vii + 564 pp.

Gauthier, J. and K. Padian, 1985. Phylogenetic, functional, and aerodynamic analyses of the origin of birds and their flight. Pp. 185-197 In: M.K. Hecht, J.H. Ostrom, G. Viohl and P. Wellnhofer (eds.). Proceedings International Archaeopteryx Conference, Eichstatt. Freunde des Jura Museums, Eichstatt.

Gauthier, J., 1986. Saurischian monophyly and the origin of birds. Pp. 1-55 In: K. Padian (ed.), The Origin of Birds and the Evolution of Flight. Memoirs California Academy of Sciences, No. 8.

Pregill, G., J. Gauthier and H. Greene, 1986. The evolution of helodermatid squamates, with descriptions of new taxa and an overview of Varanoidea. Transactions San Diego Natural History Society, 21(11):167-202.

Gauthier, J., R. Estes and K. de Queiroz, 1988. A phylogenetic analysis of Lepidosauromorpha. Pp. 15-98 In: R. Estes and G. Pregill (eds.), The Phylogenetic Relationships of the Lizard Families. Stanford University Press, Palo Alto.

Estes, R., K. de Queiroz and J. Gauthier, 1988. Phylogenetic relationships within Squamata. Pp. 119-281 In: R. Estes and G. Pregill (eds.), The Phylogenetic Relationships of the Lizard Families. Stanford University Press, Palo Alto.

Gauthier, J., 1988. Evolution of archosaur ankle joints: A reply to Cruickshank and Benton. Nature, 331:218.

Gauthier, J., A. Kluge and T. Rowe, 1988. Amniote phylogeny and the importance of fossils. Cladistics, 4(2):105-209.

Gauthier, J., A. Kluge and T. Rowe, 1988. The early evolution of the Amniota. Pp. 103-155 In: M.J. Benton (ed.), The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods, Volume I: Amphibians, Reptiles and Birds. Systematics Association Special Volume #35A. Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Gauthier, J., D. Cannatella, K. de Queiroz, A. Kluge and T. Rowe, 1989. Tetrapod phylogeny. Pp. 337-353 In: B. Fernholm, K. Bremer and H. Jornvall (eds.), The Hierarchy of Life: Proceedings of the 70th Nobel Symposium. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam.

Gauthier, J. and K. Padian, 1989. The origin of birds and the evolution of flight. Pp. 121-133 In: K. Padian (ed.), The Age of Dinosaurs: Short Courses in Paleontology #2. Paleontological Society.

Donoghue, M., J. Doyle, J. Gauthier, A. Kluge and T. Rowe, 1989. The importance of fossils in phylogeny reconstruction. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 20:431-460.

Houck, M., J. Gauthier, R. Strauss, 1990. Allometric scaling in the earliest fossil bird, Archaeopteryx lithographica. Science, 247:195-198.

Rowe, T. and J. Gauthier, 1990. Ceratosauria. Pp. 151-168 In: D. Weishample, P. Dodson and H. Osmolska (eds.), The Dinosauria. University of California Press, Berkeley.

de Queiroz, K. and J. Gauthier, 1990. Phylogeny as a central principle in taxonomy: Phylogenetic definitions of taxon names. Systematic Zoology, 39(4):307-322.

de Queiroz, K. and J. Gauthier, 1992. Phylogenetic taxonomy. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 23:449-480.

Rowe, T. and J. Gauthier, 1992. Ancestry, paleontology, and the definition of the name Mammalia. Systematic Biology, 41(3): 372-378.

Clark, J., J. Welman, J. Gauthier and M. Parish, 1993. The laterosphenoid bone of early archosauriforms. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 13(1):48-57.

de Queiroz, K. and J. Gauthier, 1994. Toward a phylogenetic system of biological nomenclature. Trends in Research in Ecology and Evolution, 9(1):27-31.

Gauthier, J.A., 1994. The diversification of the amniotes. Pp. 129-159 In: D. Prothero (ed.), Major Features of Vertebrate Evolution: Short Courses in Paleontology. Paleontological Society.

Britt, B., P. Makovicky, J Gauthier and N. Bonde, 1998. Postcranial pneumaticity in Archaeopteryx. Nature, 395:374-376.

Wagner, G.P. and J. A. Gauthier, 1999. 1,2,3 = 2,3,4: A solution to the problem of the homology of the digits in the avian hand. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 96:5111-5116.

Nydam, R.L., J.A. Gauthier, and J.J. Chiment, 2000. The mammal-like teeth of the late Cretaceous lizard Peneteius aquilonius Estes 1969 (Squamata, Teiidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20(3):628-631.

Laurin, M., and J.A. Gauthier, 2000. Diapsida. In Maddison, D. and Maddison, W. (eds) The Tree of Life. http://phylogeny.arizona.edu/tree/eukaryotes/animals/chordata/ diapsida.html

Laurin, M., and J.A. Gauthier, 2000. Diapsid phylogeny. In Maddison, D. and Maddison, W. (eds) The Tree of Life. http://phylogeny.arizona.edu/tree/eukaryotes/animals/chordata/ diapsid_lichen/diapsid_phylogeny.html

Laurin, M., and J.A. Gauthier, 2000. Autapomorphies of diapsid clades. In Maddison, D. and Maddison, W. (eds) The Tree of Life. http://phylogeny.arizona.edu/tree/eukaryotes/animals/chordata/diapsid_lichen/diapsid_ autapomorphies.html

Gauthier, J. and L.F. Gaul, (eds.) 2001. New perspectives on the origin and early evolution of birds: proceeding of the international symposium in honor of John H. Ostrom. Special Publication of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, New Haven, CT. 613pp.

Gauthier, J. and K. de Queiroz, 2001. Feathered dinosaurs, flying dinosaurs, crown Dinosaurs, and the name “Aves.” Pp. 7-41 In: J. Gauthier and L.F. Gall (eds.), “New Perspectives on the Origin and early Evolution of Birds: Proceeding of the International Symposium in Honor of John H. Ostrom.” Spec. Pub. Peabody Mus. Nat. Hist., New Haven, CT. 613pp.

Gauthier, J. 2001. Introduction. Pp. 3-4 In: J. Gauthier and L.F. Gall (eds.), “New Perspectives on the Origin and early Evolution of Birds: Proceeding of the International Symposium in Honor of John H. Ostrom.” Spec. Pub. Peabody Mus. Nat. Hist., New Haven, CT. 613pp.

Gauthier, J. 2001. Acknowledgments. P. xi In: J. Gauthier and L.F. Gall (eds.), “New Perspectives on the Origin and early Evolution of Birds: Proceeding of the International Symposium in Honor of John H. Ostrom.” Spec. Pub. Peabody Mus. Nat. Hist., New Haven, CT. 613pp.

Maisano, J.A., C.J. Bell, J. Gauthier and T. Rowe. 2002. The osteoderms and palpebral in Lanthanotus borneensis (Squamata: Anguimorpha). Journal of Herpetology. 36(4):678-682.

Vicario, S., A. Caccone, and J. Gauthier, 2003. Xantusiid “Night” lizards: a puzzling phylogenetic problem revisited using Likelihood-based Bayesian methods on mtDNA sequences. Journal of Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 26: 243-261.

Joyce, W. and J. Gauthier, 2004. Paleoecology of Triassic stem turtles sheds new light on turtle origins. Transactions of Royal Society of London B. 271:1-5.

Donoghue, M.J. and J.A. Gauthier, 2004. Implementing the PhyloCode. Trends in Ecology & Evolution19(6):281-282.

Joyce, W.G., J.F. Parham, J.A. Gauthier, 2004. Developing a protocol for the conversion of rank-based taxon names to phylogenetically defined clade names, as exemplified by turtles. Journal of Paleontology vol 78(5):989-1013.

Parker, W.G., D.L. Brinkman, M. Fox, J.A. Gauthier, W.G., Joyce, L.K. Murray, 2006. New additions to the fauna of the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation of Utah. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 62:166-167.

Gishlick, A. and JA Gauthier. 2007. On the manual morphology of Compsognathus

longipes. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 149:569-581.

Rieppel, O., J. Gauthier, and J. Maisano. 2008. Comparative morphology of the dermal palate in squamate reptiles, with comments on phylogenetic implications. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 152:131-152

Gauthier, J., M. Kearney, and R. L. Bezy. 2008. Homology of cephalic scales in xantusiid

lizards, with comments on Night Lizard phylogeny and morphological evolution. Journal

of Herpetology 42:708-722.

Raselimanana, A. P., B. Noonan, K. Praveen Karanth, J. Gauthier and A. Yoder, 2009.

Phylogeny and evolution of Malagasy plated lizards. Molecular Phylogenetics and

Evolution 50:336-344.

Vargas, A.O., G.P. Wagner and J. A. Gauthier. 2009. Limusaurus and bird digit identity.

Nature Precedings http://hdl.handle.net/10101/npre.2009.3828.1

Bell, C.J., J.A. Gauthier and G.S. Bever. 2010. Covert biases, circularity, and

apomorphies: A critical look at the North American Quaternary Herpetofaunal Stability

Hypothesis. Quaternary International 217:30-36.

Lyson, T.R., G.S. Bever, B.-A. Bhullar, W.G. Joyce, and J.A. Gauthier. 2010. Transitional

fossils and the origin of turtles. Biology Letters 6:830-833.

Lyson. T.R., E.A. Sperling, A.M. Heimberg, J.A. Gauthier, B.L. King and K.J. Peterson. 2011.

MicroRNAs support a turtle + lizard clade. Biology Letters. doi: 1098/rsbl.2011.0477

Gauthier, J.A., S.J. Nesbitt, E.R. Schachner, G.S. Bever, W.G. Joyce. 2011. The bipedal

stem crocodilian Poposaurus gracilis: inferring function in fossils and innovation in

archosaur locomotion. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 52(1):107-



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