John D. Scanlon
John D. Scanlon
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Verified email at phoenixenv.com.au
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Snake phylogeny based on osteology, soft anatomy and ecology
MSY Lee, JD Scanlon
Biological Reviews 77 (3), 333-401, 2002
1982002
The Pleistocene serpent Wonambi and the early evolution of snakes
JD Scanlon, MSY Lee
Nature 403 (6768), 416-420, 2000
1202000
Current status of species-level representation in faunas from selected fossil localities in the Riversleigh World Heritage Area, northwestern Queensland
M Archer, A DERRICK, M Bassarova, RMD BECK, K BLACK, EB WALTER, ...
Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology 30 (S1), 1-17, 2006
902006
Phylogeny of snakes (Serpentes): combining morphological and molecular data in likelihood, Bayesian and parsimony analyses
MSY Lee, AF Hugall, R Lawson, JD Scanlon
Systematics and Biodiversity 5 (4), 371-389, 2007
802007
Skull of the large non-macrostomatan snake Yurlunggur from the Australian Oligo-Miocene
JD Scanlon
Nature 439 (7078), 839-842, 2006
672006
Phylogeny of Australasian venomous snakes (Colubroidea, Elapidae, Hydrophiinae) based on phenotypic and molecular evidence
JD Scanlon, MSY Lee
Zoologica Scripta 33 (4), 335-366, 2004
662004
A Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) snake assemblage from the Maevarano Formation, Mahajanga Basin, Madagascar
TC Laduke, DW Krause, JD Scanlon, NJ Kley
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30 (1), 109-138, 2010
562010
A second primitive marine snake: Pachyophis woodwardi from the Cretaceous of Bosnia‐Herzegovina
MSY Lee, MW Caldwell, JD Scanlon
Journal of Zoology 248 (4), 509-520, 1999
551999
Mid-Tertiary elapid snakes (Squamata, Colubroidea) from Riversleigh, northern Australia: early steps in a continent-wide adaptive radiation
JD Scanlon, MSY Lee, M Archer
Geobios 36 (5), 573-601, 2003
482003
Nanowana gen. nov., small madtsoiid snakes from the Miocene of Riversleigh: sympatric species with divergently specialised dentition
JD Scanlon
MEMOIRS-QUEENSLAND MUSEUM 41, 393-412, 1997
441997
Molecular phylogeny of viviparous Australian elapid snakes: affinities of Echiopsis atriceps (Storr, 1980) and Drysdalia coronata (Schlegel, 1837), with description …
JS Keogh, IAW Scott, JD Scanlon
Journal of Zoology 252 (3), 317-326, 2000
432000
A new large madtsoiid snake from the Miocene of the Northern Territory
JD Scanlon
Beagle: Records of the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory …, 1992
411992
Madtsoiid snakes from the Eocene Tingamarra Fauna of eastern Queensland
JD Scanlon
Kaupia 3, 3-8, 1993
381993
Australia’s oldest known snakes: Patagoniophis, Alamitophis, and cf. Madtsoia (Squamata: Madtsoiidae) from the Eocene of Queensland
JD Scanlon
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 51 (1), 215-235, 2005
372005
Dentition and diet in snakes: adaptations to oophagy in the Australian elapid genus Simoselaps
JD Scanlon, R Shine
Journal of Zoology 216 (3), 519-528, 1988
371988
An early Eocene crocodilian from Murgon, southeastern Queensland
PMA Willis, RE Molnar, JD Scanlon
Kaupia 3, 27-33, 1993
351993
Cranial morphology of the Plio-Pleistocene giant madtsoiid snake Wonambi naracoortensis
JD Scanlon
Institute of Paleobiology PAS, 2005
332005
The palaeoecology of the primitive snake Pachyrhachis
JD Scanlon, MSY Lee, MW Caldwell, R Shine
Historical Biology 13 (2-3), 127-152, 1999
321999
Varanoid-like dentition in primitive snakes (Madtsoiidae)
JD Scanlon, MSY Lee
Journal of Herpetology, 100-106, 2002
312002
The major clades of living snakes: morphological evolution, molecular phylogeny, and divergence dates
JD Scanlon, MSY Lee
Reproductive biology and phylogeny of snakes, 2011
262011
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