Sebastian Stumpf
Sebastian Stumpf
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Micro-computed tomography imaging reveals the development of a unique tooth mineralization pattern in mackerel sharks (Chondrichthyes; Lamniformes) in deep time
PL Jambura, R Kindlimann, F López-Romero, G Marramà, C Pfaff, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
Gravisaurian sauropod remains from the marine late Early Jurassic (Lower Toarcian) of North-Eastern Germany
S Stumpf, J Ansorge, W Krempien
Geobios 48 (3), 271-279, 2015
Revision of Saurorhynchus (Actinopterygii: Saurichthyidae) from the Early Jurassic of England and Germany
EE Maxwell, S Stumpf
European Journal of Taxonomy, 2017
Evolutionary trajectories of tooth histology patterns in modern sharks (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii)
PL Jambura, J Türtscher, R Kindlimann, B Metscher, C Pfaff, S Stumpf, ...
Journal of anatomy 236 (5), 753-771, 2020
Early Jurassic diversification of pycnodontiform fishes (Actinopterygii, Neopterygii) after the end-Triassic extinction event: evidence from a new genus and species …
S Stumpf, J Ansorge, C Pfaff, J Kriwet
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 37 (4), e1344679, 2017
Exceptionally preserved Leptolepidae (Actinopterygii, Teleostei) from the late Early Jurassic Fossil-Lagerstätten of Grimmen and Dobbertin (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany).
M Konwert, S Stumpf
Zootaxa 4243 (2), 249-296, 2017
New information on the marine reptile fauna from the lower Toarcian (Early Jurassic)
S Stumpf
Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie-Abhandlungen, 87-105, 2016
A new Pliensbachian elasmobranch (Vertebrata, Chondrichthyes) assemblage from Europe, and its contribution to the understanding of late Early Jurassic elasmobranch diversity …
S Stumpf, J Kriwet
PalZ 93 (4), 637-658, 2019
Stomach contents of the Early Jurassic fish †Lepidotes Agassiz, 1832 (Actinopterygii, Lepisosteiformes) and their palaeoecological implications
D Thies, K Stevens, S Stumpf
Historical Biology 33 (6), 868-879, 2021
A new genus and species of extinct ground shark, †Diprosopovenator hilperti, gen. et sp. nov. (Carcharhiniformes, †Pseudoscyliorhinidae, fam. nov.), from the …
S Stumpf, U Scheer, J Kriwet
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 39 (2), e1593185, 2019
Evolutionary trends of the conserved neurocranium shape in angel sharks (Squatiniformes, Elasmobranchii)
FA López-Romero, S Stumpf, C Pfaff, G Marramà, Z Johanson, J Kriwet
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-13, 2020
A unique hybodontiform skeleton provides novel insights into Mesozoic chondrichthyan life
S Stumpf, FA López‐Romero, R Kindlimann, F Lacombat, B Pohl, J Kriwet
Papers in Palaeontology, 2021
Skeletal remains of the oldest known pseudocoracid shark Pseudocorax kindlimanni sp. nov.(Chondrichthyes, Lamniformes) from the Late Cretaceous of Lebanon
PL Jambura, S Stumpf, J Kriwet
Cretaceous Research 125, 104842, 2021
Scarce ctenacanthiform sharks from the Mississippian of Austria with an analysis of Carboniferous elasmobranch diversity in response to climatic and environmental changes
I Feichtinger, AO Ivanov, V Winkler, C Dojen, R Kindlimann, J Kriwet, ...
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, e1925902, 2021
Durnonovariaodus maiseyi gen. et sp. nov., a new hybodontiform shark-like chondrichthyan from the Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge Clay Formation of England
S Stumpf, S Etches, CJ Underwood, J Kriwet
PeerJ 9, e11362, 2021
The skeletal remains of the euryhaline sclerorhynchoid† Onchopristis (Elasmobranchii) from the ‘Mid’-Cretaceous and their palaeontological implications
E Villalobos-Segura, J Kriwet, R Vullo, S Stumpf, DJ Ward, CJ Underwood
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2021
The skeletal remains of the euryhaline sclerorhynchid batoid† Onchopristis (Elasmobranchii, Batoidea) from the ‘mid’Cretaceous and its palaeontological implications
E Villalobos-segura, J Kriwet, C Underwood, R Vullo, S Stumpf, DJ Ward
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2020
On the diversity of Early Jurassic cartilaginous fishes across the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event
S Stumpf, FA López-Romero, J Kriwet
PeerJ PrePrints, 2019
Evolutionary Trends and the Phylogenetic Relevance of Tooth Mineralization Patterns in Sharks (Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii)
PL Jambura, J Tuertscher, R Kindlimann, G Marrama, B Metscher, C Pfaff, ...
JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY 280, S145-S145, 2019
Never Change a Winning Team: The Jurassic Skeletal Fossil Record of dagger Hybodontiformes Reveals New Insights into Taxonomic Diversity and Ecomorphological Disparity of …
S Stumpf, FA Lopez-Romero, R Kindlimann, J Kriwet
JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY 280, S226-S226, 2019
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