Thomas Martin
Thomas Martin
Professor für Paläontologie, Universität Bonn
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Middle Eocene rodents from Peruvian Amazonia reveal the pattern and timing of caviomorph origins and biogeography
PO Antoine, L Marivaux, DA Croft, G Billet, M Ganerød, C Jaramillo, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1732), 1319-1326, 2012
A Jurassic mammal from South America
OWM Rauhut, T Martin, E Ortiz-Jaureguizar, P Puerta
Nature 416 (6877), 165-168, 2002
A Jurassic mammaliaform and the earliest mammalian evolutionary adaptations
CF Zhou, S Wu, T Martin, ZX Luo
Nature 500 (7461), 163-167, 2013
A Jurassic mammaliaform and the earliest mammalian evolutionary adaptations
CF Zhou, S Wu, T Martin, ZX Luo
Nature 500 (7461), 163-167, 2013
Early rodent incisor enamel evolution: phylogenetic implications
T Martin
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 1 (4), 227-254, 1993
Fossil evidence on evolution of inner ear cochlea in Jurassic mammals
ZX Luo, I Ruf, JA Schultz, T Martin
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1702), 28-34, 2011
Schmelzstruktur in den Inzisiven alt-und neuweltlicher hystricognather Nagetiere
T Martin
Palaeovertebrata, Mémoire extraordinaire, 1-168, 1992
Cranial anatomy of the earliest marsupials and the origin of opossums
I Horovitz, T Martin, J Bloch, S Ladevèze, C Kurz, MR Sánchez-Villagra
PLoS One 4 (12), e8278, 2009
Dryolestidae (Dryolestoidea, Mammalia) aus dem Oberen Jura-von Portugal
T Martin
Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1999
U-Pb zircon constraints on the age of the Cretaceous Mata Amarilla Formation, Southern Patagonia, Argentina: its relationship with the evolution of the Austral Basin
AN Varela, DG Poiré, T Martin, A Gerdes, FJ Goin, JN Gelfo, S Hoffmann
Andean Geology 39 (3), 359-379, 2012
Exceptionally preserved North American Paleogene metatherians: adaptations and discovery of a major gap in the opossum fossil record
M Sánchez-Villagra, S Ladevèze, I Horovitz, C Argot, JJ Hooker, ...
Biology Letters 3 (3), 318-322, 2007
High morphological variation of vestibular system accompanies slow and infrequent locomotion in three-toed sloths
G Billet, L Hautier, RJ Asher, C Schwarz, N Crumpton, T Martin, I Ruf
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1744), 3932-3939, 2012
Origins, radiations, and distribution of South American mammals: from greenhouse to icehouse worlds
FJ Goin, JN Gelfo, L Chornogubsky, MO Woodburne, T Martin
Bones, clones, and biomes: an, 20-50, 2012
Mandible and dentition of Asfaltomylos patagonicus (Australosphenida, Mammalia) and the evolution of tribosphenic teeth
T Martin, OWM Rauhut
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25 (2), 414-425, 2005
Petrosal anatomy and inner ear structures of the Late Jurassic Henkelotherium (Mammalia, Cladotheria, Dryolestoidea): insight into the early evolution of the ear …
I Ruf, ZX Luo, JR Wible, T Martin
Journal of Anatomy 214 (5), 679-693, 2009
Postcranial anatomy of Haldanodon exspectatus (Mammalia, Docodonta) from the Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) of Portugal and its bearing for mammalian evolution
T Martin
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 145 (2), 219-248, 2005
Incisor enamel microstructure and systematics in rodents
T Martin
Tooth enamel microstructure, 163-175, 1997
New stem-lineage representatives of Zatheria (Mammalia) from the Late Jurassic of Portugal
T Martin
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22 (2), 332-348, 2002
African origin of caviomorph rodents is indicated by incisor enamel microstructure
T Martin
Paleobiology 20 (1), 5-13, 1994
Mammals from the Late Jurassic Qigu Formation in the southern Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China
T Martin, AO Averianov, HU Pfretzschner
Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 90 (3), 295-319, 2010
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