|Oldest pathology in a tetrapod bone illuminates the origin of terrestrial vertebrates|
PJ Bishop, CW Walmsley, MJ Phillips, MR Quayle, CA Boisvert, ...
PloS one 10 (5), e0125723, 2015
|The influence of speed and size on avian terrestrial locomotor biomechanics: Predicting locomotion in extinct theropod dinosaurs|
PJ Bishop, DF Graham, LP Lamas, JR Hutchinson, J Rubenson, ...
PLOS ONE 13 (2), e0192172, 2018
|The humerus of Ossinodus pueri, a stem tetrapod from the Carboniferous of Gondwana, and the early evolution of the tetrapod forelimb|
Alcheringa 38 (2), 209-238, 2014
|Cancellous bone and theropod dinosaur locomotion. Part I—an examination of cancellous bone architecture in the hindlimb bones of theropods|
PJ Bishop, SA Hocknull, CJ Clemente, JR Hutchinson, AA Farke, BR Beck, ...
PeerJ 6, e5778, 2018
|Cancellous bone and theropod dinosaur locomotion. Part III—Inferring posture and locomotor biomechanics in extinct theropods, and its evolution on the line to birds|
PJ Bishop, SA Hocknull, CJ Clemente, JR Hutchinson, AA Farke, ...
PeerJ 6, e5777, 2018
|Using step width to compare locomotor biomechanics between extinct, non-avian theropod dinosaurs and modern obligate bipeds|
PJ Bishop, CJ Clemente, RE Weems, DF Graham, LP Lamas, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 14, 20170276, 2017
|Steady bipedal locomotion with a forward situated whole‐body centre of mass: the potential importance of temporally asymmetric ground reaction forces|
CJ Clemente, PJ Bishop, N Newman, SA Hocknull
Journal of Zoology 304 (3), 193-201, 2018
|Cancellous bone and theropod dinosaur locomotion. Part II—a new approach to inferring posture and locomotor biomechanics in extinct tetrapod vertebrates|
PJ Bishop, SA Hocknull, CJ Clemente, JR Hutchinson, RS Barrett, ...
PeerJ 6, e5779, 2018
|The effects of cracks on the quantification of the cancellous bone fabric tensor in fossil and archaeological specimens: a simulation study|
PJ Bishop, CJ Clemente, SA Hocknull, RS Barrett, DG Lloyd
Journal of anatomy 230 (3), 461-470, 2017
|Fang histology of the Late Devonian tristichopterid Hyneria lindae Thomson, 1968|
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 56, 311-312, 2013
|A second species of Tristichopterus (Sarcopterygii: Tristichopteridae), from the Upper Devonian of the Baltic Region|
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 56, 305-309, 2013
|Tibiofemoral joint contact forces increase with load magnitude and walking speed but remain almost unchanged with different types of carried load|
GK Lenton, PJ Bishop, DJ Saxby, TLA Doyle, C Pizzolato, D Billing, ...
PloS one 13 (11), e0206859, 2018
|A critical re-evaluation of the hindlimb myology of moa (Aves: Dinornithiformes)|
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 59, 187-246, 2016
|The architecture of cancellous bone in the hindlimb of moa (Aves: Dinornithiformes), with implications for stance and gait|
PJ Bishop, RP Scofield, SA Hocknull
Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology, 1-17, 2019
|Testing the function of dromaeosaurid (Dinosauria, Theropoda) ‘sickle claws’ through musculoskeletal modelling and optimization|
PeerJ 7, e7577, 2019
|Animal locomotion: Sticking to the speed limits|
CJ Clemente, PJ Bishop
Nature Ecology and Evolution 1, doi: 0.1038/s41559-017-0264-x, 2017
|A conchostracan from the Carboniferous Ducabrook Formation|
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 55, 86-87, 2010
|A Triassic conchostracan from near Murgon, SEQ|
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 55, 8-9, 2010