David W. Krause, Ph.D.

Anatomy Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
Vertebrate Paleontology
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Krause DW, Hoffmann S, Lyson TR, et al. (2021) New Skull Material of (Multituberculata, Taeniolabididae) from the Early Paleocene (Danian) of the Denver Basin, Colorado. Journal of Mammalian Evolution. 28: 1083-1143
Joyce WG, Rollot Y, Evers SW, et al. (2021) A new pelomedusoid turtle, , from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar provides evidence for convergent evolution of specialized suction feeding among pleurodires. Royal Society Open Science. 8: 210098
O'Connor PM, Turner AH, Groenke JR, et al. (2020) Late Cretaceous bird from Madagascar reveals unique development of beaks. Nature
Krause DW, Hoffmann S, Hu Y, et al. (2020) Skeleton of a Cretaceous mammal from Madagascar reflects long-term insularity. Nature. 581: 421-427
OConnor P, Krause D, Stevens N, et al. (2019) A new mammal from the Upper Cretaceous (Turonian–Campanian) Galula Formation, southwestern Tanzania Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. 64
Krause DW, Sertich JJ, O'Connor PM, et al. (2019) The Mesozoic Biogeographic History of Gondwanan Terrestrial Vertebrates: Insights from Madagascar's Fossil Record Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. 47: 519-553
Krause DW, Hoffmann S, Werning S. (2017) First postcranial remains of Multituberculata (Allotheria, Mammalia) from Gondwana Cretaceous Research. 80: 91-100
Krause DW, Hoffmann S, Wible JR, et al. (2014) First cranial remains of a gondwanatherian mammal reveal remarkable mosaicism. Nature. 515: 512-7
Evans SE, Groenke JR, Jones ME, et al. (2014) New material of Beelzebufo, a hyperossified frog (Amphibia: Anura) from the late cretaceous of Madagascar. Plos One. 9: e87236
Schultz JA, Krause DW, Von Koenigswald W, et al. (2014) Dental function and diet of vintana sertichi (Mammalia, Gondwanatheria) from the late cretaceous of Madagascar Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 34: 182-202
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