Simon J. Braddy, Ph.D.

2005-2014 Earth Sciences University of Bristol, Bristol, England, United Kingdom 
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Marshall DJ, Lamsdell JC, Shpinev E, et al. (2014) A diverse chasmataspidid (Arthropoda: Chelicerata) fauna from the Early Devonian (Lochkovian) of siberia Palaeontology. 57: 631-655
Bell MA, Braddy SJ. (2012) Cope's rule in the Ordovician trilobite family Asaphidae (order Asaphida): Patterns across multiple most parsimonious trees Historical Biology. 24: 223-230
Morrissey LB, Braddy S, Dodd C, et al. (2012) Trace fossils and palaeoenvironments of the Middle Devonian Caherbla Group, Dingle Peninsula, southwest Ireland Geological Journal. 47: 1-29
Lamsdell JC, Braddy SJ. (2010) Cope's Rule and Romer's theory: patterns of diversity and gigantism in eurypterids and Palaeozoic vertebrates. Biology Letters. 6: 265-9
Lamsdell JC, Braddy SJ, Loeffler EJ, et al. (2010) Early Devonian stylonurine eurypterids from arctic Canada Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 47: 1405-1415
Allington-Jones L, Braddy SJ, Trueman CN. (2010) Palaeoenvironmental implications of the ichnology and geochemistry of the Westbury Formation (Rhaetian), Westbury-on-Severn, south-west England Palaeontology. 53: 491-506
Cuthill JFH, Braddy SJ, Donoghue PCJ. (2010) A formula for maximum possible steps in multistate characters: Isolating matrix parameter effects on measures of evolutionary convergence Cladistics. 26: 98-102
Lamsdell JC, Braddy SJ, Tetlie OE. (2010) The systematics and phylogeny of the Stylonurina (Arthropoda: Chelicerata: Eurypterida) Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. 8: 49-61
Lamsdell JC, Braddy SJ, Tetlie OE. (2009) Redescription of drepanopterus abonensis (Chelicerata: Eurypterida: Stylonurina) from the late devonian of Portishead, UK Palaeontology. 52: 1113-1139
Braddy SJ, Poschmann M, Tetlie OE. (2008) Giant claw reveals the largest ever arthropod. Biology Letters. 4: 106-9
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