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Tempo and pattern of avian brain size evolution
DT Ksepka, AM Balanoff, NA Smith, GS Bever, BAS Bhullar, E Bourdon, ...
Current Biology 30 (11), 2026-2036. e3, 2020
912020
The unexpected survival of an ancient lineage of anseriform birds into the Neogene of Australia: the youngest record of Presbyornithidae
VL De Pietri, RP Scofield, N Zelenkov, WE Boles, TH Worthy
Royal Society Open Science 3 (2), 150635, 2016
422016
On the taxonomic composition and phylogenetic affinities of the recently proposed clade Vegaviidae Agnolín et al., 2017‒neornithine birds from the Upper Cretaceous of the …
G Mayr, VL De Pietri, RP Scofield, TH Worthy
Cretaceous Research 86, 178-185, 2018
402018
Recent advances in avian palaeobiology in New Zealand with implications for understanding New Zealand’s geological, climatic and evolutionary histories
TH Worthy, VL De Pietri, RP Scofield
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 44 (3), 177-211, 2017
352017
A revision of the Lari (Aves, Charadriiformes) from the early Miocene of Saint-Gérand-le-Puy (Allier, France)
VL De Pietri, L Costeur, M Güntert, G Mayr
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31 (4), 812-828, 2011
352011
A new, large-bodied omnivorous bat (Noctilionoidea: Mystacinidae) reveals lost morphological and ecological diversity since the Miocene in New Zealand
SJ Hand, RMD Beck, M Archer, NB Simmons, GF Gunnell, RP Scofield, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 235, 2018
322018
A Paleocene penguin from New Zealand substantiates multiple origins of gigantism in fossil Sphenisciformes
G Mayr, RP Scofield, VL De Pietri, AJD Tennyson
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1927, 2017
292017
A new fossil from the mid-Paleocene of New Zealand reveals an unexpected diversity of world’s oldest penguins
G Mayr, VL De Pietri, R Paul Scofield
The Science of Nature 104, 1-6, 2017
292017
Phylogenetic relationships and terrestrial adaptations of the extinct laughing owl, Sceloglaux albifacies (Aves: Strigidae)
JR Wood, KJ Mitchell, RP Scofield, VL De Pietri, NJ Rawlence, A Cooper
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 179 (4), 907-918, 2017
272017
Earliest and first Northern Hemispheric hoatzin fossils substantiate Old World origin of a “Neotropic endemic”
G Mayr, VL De Pietri
Naturwissenschaften 101 (2), 143-148, 2014
262014
A well-preserved new mid-Paleocene penguin (Aves, Sphenisciformes) from the Waipara Greensand in New Zealand
G Mayr, VL De Pietri, L Love, AA Mannering, RP Scofield
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 37 (6), e1398169, 2017
252017
Reappraisal of early M iocene rails (A ves, R allidae) from central F rance: diversity and character evolution
VL De Pietri, G Mayr
Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 52 (4), 312-322, 2014
252014
Oldest, smallest and phylogenetically most basal pelagornithid, from the early Paleocene of New Zealand, sheds light on the evolutionary history of the largest flying birds
G Mayr, VL De Pietri, L Love, A Mannering, RP Scofield
Papers in Palaeontology 7 (1), 217-233, 2021
222021
A new species of woodpecker (Aves; Picidae) from the early Miocene of Saulcet (Allier, France)
VL De Pietri, A Manegold, L Costeur, G Mayr
Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 130, 307-314, 2011
222011
An assessment of the diversity of early Miocene Scolopaci (Aves, Charadriiformes) from Saint‐Gérand‐le‐Puy (Allier, France)
VL De Pietri, G Mayr
Palaeontology 55 (6), 1177-1197, 2012
212012
New skeleton from the early Oligocene of Germany indicates a stem-group position of diomedeoidid birds
VL De Pietri, JP Berger, C Pirkenseer, L Scherler, G Mayr
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 55 (1), 23-34, 2010
202010
The origin and phylogenetic relationships of the New Zealand ravens
RP Scofield, KJ Mitchell, JR Wood, VL De Pietri, S Jarvie, B Llamas, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 106, 136-143, 2017
192017
Next-generation paleornithology: Technological and methodological advances allow new insights into the evolutionary and ecological histories of living birds
JR Wood, VL De Pietri
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 132 (2), 486-506, 2015
192015
Evidence for a giant parrot from the Early Miocene of New Zealand
TH Worthy, SJ Hand, M Archer, RP Scofield, VL De Pietri
Biology letters 15 (8), 20190467, 2019
142019
A goose-sized anseriform bird from the late Oligocene of France: the youngest record and largest species of Romainvilliinae
G Mayr, VL De Pietri
Paläontologische Zeitschrift 87 (3), 423-430, 2013
142013
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