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Multilocus phylogeny and statistical biogeography clarify the evolutionary history of major lineages of turtles
AG Pereira, J Sterli, FRR Moreira, CG Schrago
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 113, 59-66, 2017
1462017
Incorporating phylogenetic uncertainty on phylogeny‐based palaeontological dating and the timing of turtle diversification
J Sterli, D Pol, M Laurin
Cladistics 29 (3), 233-246, 2013
1032013
A new, nearly complete stem turtle from the Jurassic of South America with implications for turtle evolution
J Sterli
Biology Letters 4 (3), 286-289, 2008
1012008
A nomenclature for fossil and living turtles using phylogenetically defined clade names
WG Joyce, J Anquetin, EA Cadena, J Claude, IG Danilov, SW Evers, ...
Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 140, 1-45, 2021
942021
New evidence from the Palaeocene of Patagonia (Argentina) on the evolution and palaeo-biogeography of Meiolaniformes (Testudinata, new taxon name)
J Sterli, MS de la Fuente
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 11 (7), 835-852, 2013
862013
Anatomy and Relationships of Palaeochersis talampayensis, a Late Triassic Turtle from Argentina; Anatomy and Relationships of Palaeochersis talampayensis, a Late Triassic …
J Sterli, M de la Fuente, GW Rougier
Palaeontographica Abteilung A 281 (1-3), 1-61, 2007
862007
Phylogenetic relationships among extinct and extant turtles: the position of Pleurodira and the effects of the fossils on rooting crown-group turtles
J Sterli
Contributions to Zoology 79 (3), 93-106, 2010
842010
The cranial anatomy of the Early Jurassic turtle Kayentachelys aprix
J Sterli, WG Joyce
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 52 (4), 2007
772007
A new turtle from the La Colonia Formation (Campanian–Maastrichtian), Patagonia, Argentina, with remarks on the evolution of the vertebral column in turtles
J Sterli, MS De La Fuente
Palaeontology 54 (1), 63-78, 2011
712011
Origin, evolution and biogeographic history of South American turtles
MS de la Fuente, J Sterli, I Maniel
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
702013
Phylogeny, biogeography and diversification patterns of side-necked turtles (Testudines: Pleurodira)
GS Ferreira, M Bronzati, MC Langer, J Sterli
Royal Society Open Science 5 (3), 171773, 2018
682018
The parabasisphenoid complex in Mesozoic turtles and the evolution of the testudinate basicranium
J Sterli, J Müller, J Anquetin, A Hilger
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47 (10), 1337-1346, 2010
592010
Anatomy of Condorchelys antiqua Sterli, 2008, and the origin of the modern jaw closure mechanism in turtles
J Sterli, MS De La Fuente
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30 (2), 351-366, 2010
582010
Late Cretaceous reptilian biota of the La Colonia Formation, central Patagonia, Argentina: Occurrences, preservation and paleoenvironments
Z Gasparini, J Sterli, A Parras, JP O'Gorman, L Salgado, J Varela, D Pol
Cretaceous Research 54, 154-168, 2015
572015
The skeletal morphology of the solemydid turtle Naomichelys speciosa from the Early Cretaceous of Texas
WG Joyce, J Sterli, SD Chapman
Journal of Paleontology 88 (6), 1257-1287, 2014
542014
New chelid turtles of the lower section of the Cerro Barcino formation (Aptian-Albian?), Patagonia, Argentina
MS de la Fuente, AM Umazano, J Sterli, JL Carballido
Cretaceous Research 32 (4), 527-537, 2011
532011
A review of the fossil record of Gondwanan turtles of the clade Meiolaniformes
J Sterli
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 56 (1), 21-45, 2015
402015
Neuroanatomy of the marine Jurassic turtle Plesiochelys etalloni (Testudinata, Plesiochelyidae)
AP Carabajal, J Sterli, J Müller, A Hilger
PLoS One 8 (7), e69264, 2013
382013
Jurassic tetrapods and flora of Cañadón Asfalto Formation in Cerro Cóndor area, Chubut province
IH Escapa, J Sterli, D Pol, L Nicoli
Revista de la Asociación Geológica Argentina 63 (4), 613-624, 2008
372008
Congruence, non‐homology, and the phylogeny of basal turtles
WG Joyce, J Sterli
Acta Zoologica 93 (2), 149-159, 2012
342012
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