Darin A. Croft, Ph.D.

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2000 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
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Paleontology, Paleobiology
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James Hopson grad student 2000 Chicago
 (Archaeohyracidae (Mammalia: Notoungulata) from the Tinguiririca Fauna, central Chile, and the evolution and paleoecology of South American mammalian herbivores.)
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Croft DA, López GM. (2020) Gondwanan Perspectives: Evolution, Biogeography, and Paleoecology of the Native Ungulates of South America Ameghiniana. 57: 71-79
Croft DA, Anaya F. (2020) A New Typothere Notoungulate (Mammalia: Interatheriidae), From The Miocene Nazareno Formation Of Southern Bolivia Ameghiniana. 57: 189-208
McGrath AJ, Anaya F, Croft DA. (2020) New Proterotheriids (Litopterna, Mammalia) From The Middle Miocene Of Quebrada Honda, Bolivia, And Trends In Diversity And Body Size Of Proterotheriid And Macraucheniid Litopterns Ameghiniana. 57: 159-188
Catena AM, Croft DA. (2020) What are the best modern analogs for ancient South American mammal communities? Evidence from ecological diversity analysis (EDA) Palaeontologia Electronica. 23: 1-36
Engelman RK, Flynn JJ, Wyss AR, et al. (2020) Eomakhaira molossus, A New Saber-Toothed Sparassodont (Metatheria: Thylacosmilinae) from the Early Oligocene (?Tinguirirican) Cachapoal Locality, Andean Main Range, Chile American Museum Novitates. 2020: 1-75
Croft DA, Gelfo JN, López GM. (2020) Splendid Innovation: The Extinct South American Native Ungulates Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. 48: 259-290
Gibert L, Deino A, Valero L, et al. (2020) Chronology of Miocene terrestrial deposits and fossil vertebrates from Quebrada Honda (Bolivia) Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 110013
Eldridge MDB, Beck RMD, Croft DA, et al. (2019) An emerging consensus in the evolution, phylogeny, and systematics of marsupials and their fossil relatives (Metatheria) Journal of Mammalogy. 100: 802-837
Croft DA. (2018) Evolution of teeth in South America. Science (New York, N.Y.). 362: 533
Croft DA, Engelman RK, Dolgushina T, et al. (2018) Diversity and disparity of sparassodonts (Metatheria) reveal non-analogue nature of ancient South American mammalian carnivore guilds. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
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