D. Rex Mitchell
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The biomechanics of foraging determines face length among kangaroos and their relatives
JALSW D. Rex Mitchell, Emma Sherratt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1881), 2018
82018
Sharing the load: a survey of parasitism in the invasive freshwater pulmonate, Physa acuta (Hygrophila: Physidae) and sympatric native snail populations
DR Mitchell, TLF Leung
Hydrobiologia 766 (1), 165-172, 2016
62016
Biting mechanics determines craniofacial morphology among extant diprotodont herbivores: dietary predictions for the giant extinct short-faced kangaroo, Simosthenurus occidentalis
DR Mitchell, S Wroe
Paleobiology 45 (1), 167-181, 2019
12019
Feeding Biomechanics Influences Craniofacial Morphology at the Subspecies Scale among Australian Pademelons (Macropodidae: Thylogale)
DR Mitchell, E Sherratt, G Sansalone, JA Ledogar, RJ Flavel, S Wroe
Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 1-11, 2018
12018
A NEW RECORD OF THE SWAMP WALLABY, WALLABIA BICOLOR (DESMAREST, 1804), (MARSUPIALIA: MACROPODINAE), IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
L Allen, DR Mitchell
The South Australian Naturalist 90 (1), 17-23, 2016
12016
The anatomy of a crushing bite: The specialised cranial mechanics of a giant extinct kangaroo
DR Mitchell
PloS one 14 (9), 2019
2019
Octopus kapalae, sp. nov.: A New Species of Octopus from South-eastern Australia
DR Mitchell, A Reid
Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 139, 2017
2017
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