Michael Archer

The University of New South Wales, Australia 
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King TR, Myers TJ, Armstrong KN, et al. (2021) Sheath-tailed bats (Chiroptera: Emballonuridae) from the early Pleistocene Rackham's Roost Site, Riversleigh World Heritage Area, and the distribution of northern Australian emballonurid species. Peerj. 9: e10857
Weisbecker V, Rowe T, Wroe S, et al. (2021) Global elongation and high shape flexibility as an evolutionary hypothesis of accommodating mammalian brains into skulls. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
da Costa J, Cohen DR, Magalhães MCF, et al. (2020) Siderophore-Assisted Dissolution of Iron(III) Hydroxide Oxides from Iron-Rich Fossil Matrices. Chempluschem. 85: 1747-1753
Stein MD, Hand SJ, Archer M, et al. (2020) Quantitatively assessing mekosuchine crocodile locomotion by geometric morphometric and finite element analysis of the forelimb. Peerj. 8: e9349
Butler K, Travouillon KJ, Evans AR, et al. (2020) 3D morphometric analysis reveals similar ecomorphs for early kangaroos (Macropodidae) and fanged kangaroos (Balbaridae) from the Riversleigh World Heritage Area, Australia Journal of Mammalian Evolution. 1-21
Archer M, Bates H, Hand SJ, et al. (2019) The Burramys Project: a conservationist's reach should exceed history's grasp, or what is the fossil record for? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 374: 20190221
Worthy TH, Hand SJ, Archer M, et al. (2019) Evidence for a giant parrot from the Early Miocene of New Zealand. Biology Letters. 15: 20190467
Hand SJ, Beck RMD, Archer M, et al. (2018) A new, large-bodied omnivorous bat (Noctilionoidea: Mystacinidae) reveals lost morphological and ecological diversity since the Miocene in New Zealand. Scientific Reports. 8: 235
Butler K, Travouillon KJ, Price GJ, et al. (2018) Revision of Oligo-Miocene kangaroos, Ganawamaya and Nambaroo (Marsupialia: Macropodiformes, Balbaridae) Palaeontologia Electronica. 21: 1-58
Myers TJ, Black KH, Archer M, et al. (2017) The identification of Oligo-Miocene mammalian palaeocommunities from the Riversleigh World Heritage Area, Australia and an appraisal of palaeoecological techniques. Peerj. 5: e3511
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