Richard H. Tedford, PhD

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American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, United States 
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Beck RMD, Louys J, Brewer P, et al. (2020) A new family of diprotodontian marsupials from the latest Oligocene of Australia and the evolution of wombats, koalas, and their relatives (Vombatiformes). Scientific Reports. 10: 9741
Wang X, Rybczynski N, Harington CR, et al. (2017) A basal ursine bear (Protarctos abstrusus) from the Pliocene High Arctic reveals Eurasian affinities and a diet rich in fermentable sugars. Scientific Reports. 7: 17722
Prideaux GJ, Tedford RH. (2012) Tjukuru wellsi, gen. et sp. nov., a lagostrophine kangaroo (Diprotodontia, Macropodidae) from the Pliocene (Tirarian) of northern South Australia Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 32: 717-721
Rybczynski N, Dawson MR, Tedford RH. (2009) A semi-aquatic Arctic mammalian carnivore from the Miocene epoch and origin of Pinnipedia. Nature. 458: 1021-4
Wang X, Hunt RM, Tedford RH, et al. (2009) First record of immigrant Phoberogale (Mammalia, Ursidae, Carnivora) from Southern California Geodiversitas. 31: 753-773
Tedford RH, Xiaoming W, Taylor BE. (2009) Phylogenetic systematics of the North American fossil caninae (Carnivora: Canidae) Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 1-218
Tedford RH, Wells RT, Prideaux GJ. (2006) Pliocene and earlier Pleistocene marsupial evolution in Southeastern Australia Alcheringa. 30: 313-322
Shapiro B, Drummond AJ, Rambaut A, et al. (2004) Rise and fall of the Beringian steppe bison. Science (New York, N.Y.). 306: 1561-5
Tedford RH. (2004) Miocene Mammalian Faunas, Ogallala Group, Pawnee Buttes Area, Weld County, Colorado Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. 2004: 277-290
Tedford RH, Harington CR. (2003) An Arctic mammal fauna from the Early Pliocene of North America. Nature. 425: 388-90
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