Gregg Gunnell

Duke University, Durham, NC 
"Gregg Gunnell"
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Gunnell GF, Boyer DM, Friscia AR, et al. (2018) Fossil lemurs from Egypt and Kenya suggest an African origin for Madagascar's aye-aye. Nature Communications. 9: 3193
Boyer DM, Kirk EC, Silcox MT, et al. (2016) Internal carotid arterial canal size and scaling in Euarchonta: Re-assessing implications for arterial patency and phylogenetic relationships in early fossil primates. Journal of Human Evolution. 97: 123-44
Gunnell GF, Winkler AJ, Miller ER, et al. (2016) Small vertebrates from Khasm El-Raqaba, late Middle Miocene, Eastern Desert, Egypt Historical Biology. 28: 159-171
Rosenberger AL, Godfrey LR, Muldoon KM, et al. (2015) Giant subfossil lemur graveyard discovered, submerged, in Madagascar. Journal of Human Evolution. 81: 83-7
Gunnell GF, Butler PM, Greenwood M, et al. (2015) Bats (Chiroptera) from Olduvai Gorge, Early Pleistocene, Bed I (Tanzania) American Museum Novitates. 2015
Murray AM, Zaim Y, Rizal Y, et al. (2015) A fossil gourami (Teleostei, Anabantoidei) from probable Eocene deposits of the Ombilin Basin, Sumatra, Indonesia Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 35
Hand SJ, Sigé B, Archer M, et al. (2015) A New Early Eocene (Ypresian) Bat from Pourcy, Paris Basin, France, with Comments on Patterns of Diversity in the Earliest Chiropterans Journal of Mammalian Evolution
Roberts P, Delson E, Miracle P, et al. (2014) Continuity of mammalian fauna over the last 200,000 y in the Indian subcontinent. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 5848-53
Gunnell GF, Simmons NB, Seiffert ER. (2014) New Myzopodidae (Chiroptera) from the late Paleogene of Egypt: emended family diagnosis and biogeographic origins of Noctilionoidea. Plos One. 9: e86712
O'shea N, Arthur Bettis E, Zaim Y, et al. (2014) Paleoenvironmental conditions in the late Paleogene, Sumatra, Indonesia Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 111: 384-394
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