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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS THAT HAVE USED THE VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY COLLECTIONS OF THE FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

 

1908

Sellards, E. H.  1908.  Fossils contained in the Florida formations.  Florida Geological Survey Annual Report 1:23–25.

1910

Sellards, E. H.  1910.  A preliminary paper on the Florida phosphate deposits.  Florida Geological Survey Annual Report 3:21–41.

1914

Sellards, E. H.  1914.  The relationship between the Dunnellon Formation and the Alachua Clays of Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Annual Report 6:161–162.

1915

Sellards, E. H.  1915.  The pebble phosphates of Florida.  Florida Geological Survey, Annual Report 7:25–116.

Sellards, E. H.  1915.  A new gavial from the late Tertiary of Florida.  American Journal of Science 40:135–138.

Sellards, E. H.  1915.  Chlamytherium septentrionalis, an edentate from the Pleistocene of Florida.  American Journal of Science 40:139–145.

1916

Hay, O. P.  1916.  Descriptions of some Floridian fossil vertebrates, belonging mostly to the Pleistocene.  Florida Geological Survey Annual Report, 8:39–76.

Sellards, E.H.  1916.  Fossil vertebrates from Florida: a new Miocene fauna; new Pliocene species; the Pleistocene fauna.  Florida Geological Survey, Annual Report 8:77–119.

Sellards, E. H.  1916.  On the discovery of fossil human remains in Florida in association with extinct vertebrates.  American Journal of Science 42:1–18.

Sellards, E. H.  1916. A new tortoise and a supplementary note on the gavial, Tomistoma americana.  American Journal of Science 42:235–240.

1917

Hay, O. P.  1917.  Vertebrata mostly from stratum no. 3, at Vero, Florida, together with descriptions of new species. Florida Geological Survey, Annual Report 9:43–68.

Shufeldt, R. W.  1917.  Fossil birds found at Vero, Florida. Florida Geological Survey, Annual Report 9:35–42.

Sellards, E. H.  1917.  On the association of human remains and extinct vertebrates at Vero, Florida.  American Journal of Science 42:1–18.

1918

Sellards, E.H.  1918.  The skull of a Pleistocene tapir including description of a new species and a note on the associated fauna and flora.  Florida Geological Survey, Annual Report 10:57–70.

1929

Simpson, G. G.  1929.  The extinct land mammals of Florida.  Florida State Geological Survey Annual Report, 20:229–279.

1930

Gregory, W. K.  1930.  A fossil teleost fish of the snapper family (Lutianidae) from the lower Oligocene of Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Bulletin, 5:7–17.

Simpson, G. G.  1930.  Additions to the Pleistocene of Florida. American Museum Novitates, 406:1–14.

Simpson, G. G.  1930.  Tertiary land mammals of Florida.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 59:149–211.

1931

Wetmore, A.  1931.  The avifauna of the Pleistocene of Florida.  Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 85(2):1–41.

1932

Colbert, E. H. 1932.  Aphelops from the Hawthorn Formation.  Bulletin of the Florida Geological Survey 10:55–58.

Simpson, G.G. 1932.  Miocene land mammals from Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Geological Survey 10:11–41.

Simpson, G. G.  1932.  Fossil Sirenia of Florida and the evolution of the Sirenia.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 59:419–503.

1941

Conrad, G. M.  1941.  A fossil squirrelfish from the upper Eocene of Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Bulletin 22:9–25.

Gregory, J. T.  1941.  The rostrum of Felsinotherium ossivalense.  Florida Geological Survey Bulletin 22:27–47.

1945

Simpson, G. G.  1945.  Notes on Pleistocene and Recent tapirs.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 86:33–82.

1952

Brodkorb, P.  1952.  A new rail from the Pleistocene of Florida.  Wilson Bulletin 64(2):80–82.

Tihen, J. A.  1952.  Rana grylio from the Pleistocene of Florida.  Herpetologica 8(3):107.

1953

Brodkorb, P.  1953.  Pleistocene birds from Haile, Florida.  Wilson Bulletin 65(1):49–50.

Brodkorb, P.  1953.  A Pliocene flamingo from Florida.  Natural History Miscellanea (The Chicago Academy of Sciences) 124:1–4.

Brodkorb, P.  1953.  A Pliocene gull from Florida.  Wilson Bulletin 65(2):94–98.

Brodkorb, P.  1953.  A Pliocene grebe from Florida.  Annals and Magazine Natural History 12(6):953–954.

1954

Auffenberg, W.  1954.  Additional specimens of Gavialosuchus americanus (Sellards) from a new locality in Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 17:185–209.

Brodkorb, P.  1954.  A chachalaca from the Miocene of Florida.  Wilson Bulletin 66(3):180–183.

Brodkorb, P.  1954.  Another new rail from the Pleistocene of Florida.  Condor 56(2):103–104.

1955

Brodkorb, P.  1955.  The avifauna of the Bone Valley Formation.  Florida Geological Survey Report of Investigations 14:1–57.

Brodkorb, P.  1955.  Pleistocene birds from Eichelberger Cave, Florida.  Auk 73(1):136–137.

Goin, C. J., and W. Auffenberg.  1955.  The fossil salamanders of the family Sirenidae.  Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 113:495–514.

1956

Auffenberg, W.  1956.  Additional records of Pleistocene lizards from Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 19(2-3):157–167.

Bader, R. S.  1956.  A quantitative study of the Equidae of the Thomas Farm Miocene.  Bulletin Museum of Comparative Zoology, 115(2):49–78.

Brodkorb, P.  1956.  Pleistocene birds from Crystal Springs, Florida.  Wilson Bulletin, 68(2):158.

Brodkorb, P.  1956.  Two new birds from the Miocene of Florida.  Condor, 58(5):367–370.

Olsen, S. J.  1956.  A small mustelid from the Thomas Farm Miocene.  Breviora, 51:1–5.

Olsen, S. J.  1956.  The Caninae of the Thomas Farm Miocene.  Breviora, 66:1–12.

Olsen, S. J.  1956.  A new species of Osteoborus from the Bone Valley Formation of Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 2(1):1–5.

1957

Auffenberg, W.  1957.  Notes on fossil crocodilians from southeastern United States.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 20:107–113.

Auffenberg, W.  1957.  The status of the turtle Macroclemys floridana Hay.  Herpetologica, l3(2):123–126.

Auffenberg, W.  1957.  A new species of Bufo from the Pliocene of Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 20:14–20.

Auffenberg, W.  1957.  A note on an unusually complete specimen of Dasypus bellus (Simpson) from Florida.  Quarterly Journal Florida Academy of Sciences, 20(4):233–237.

Bader, R. S.  1957.  Two Pleistocene mammalian faunas from Alachua County, Florida.  Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 2(5):53–75.

Brodkorb, P.  1957.  New passerine birds from the Pleistocene of Reddick, Florida.  Journal of Paleontology, 31(1):129–138.

Olsen, S. J.  1957.  Leptarctines from the Florida Miocene (Carnivora, Mustelidae).  American Museum Novitates, 1861:1–7.

Olsen, S. J.  1957.  The lower dentition of Mephititaxus ancipidens from the Florida Miocene.  Journal of Mammalogy 38:452.

Olsen, S. J.  1957.  A new beak-jaw mastodont from Florida.  Journal of the Paleontological Society of India, 2:131–135.

1958

Auffenberg, W.  1958.  Fossil turtles of the genus Terrepene in Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, 3:53–92.

Auffenberg, W.  1958.  A small fossil herpetofauna from Barbuda, Leeward Islands, with the description of a new species of Hyla.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 21(3):248–254.

Caldwell, D. K.  1958.  Fossil fish teeth of the family Sparidae from Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 21:113–116.

Holman, J. Alan.  1958.  The Pleistocene herpetofauna of Saber-tooth Cave, Citrus County, Florida.  Copeia 1958(4):276–280.

Olsen, S. J.  1958.  The fossil carnivore Amphicyon intermedius from the Thomas Farm Miocene.  Part I—skull and dentition.  Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 118(4):157–172.

Olsen, S. J.  1958.  Some problematic carnivores from the Florida Miocene.  Journal of Paleontology 32(3):595–602.

Olsen, S. J.  1959.  The skull of Leptarctus ancipidens from the Florida Miocene.  Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 2(2):1–11.

Olsen, S. J.  1958.  The bog lemming from the Pleistocene of Florida.  Journal of Mammalogy 39:537–540.

1959

Arata, A. A.  1959.  Revaluation of the Pleistocene Urocyon seminolensis from Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 22(2):

Auffenberg, W.  1959.  A Pleistocene Terrapene hibernaculum, with remarks on a second complete box turtle skull from Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 22:49–53.

Bader, R. S.  1959. The reported occurrence of Reithrodontomys in the Pleistocene of Florida.  Journal of Paleontology 33(5):968.

Brodkorb, P.  1959.  The Pleistocene avifauna of Arredondo, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 4:269–291.

Brodkorb, P.  1959.  Pleistocene birds from New Providence Island, Bahamas.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences 4(11):349–371.

Dunkle, D. H., and S. J. Olsen.  1959.  Description of a beryciform fish from the Oligocene of Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 5:1–20.

Holman, J. A.  1959.  Amphibians and reptiles from the Pleistocene (Illinoian) of Williston, Florida.  Copeia 1959(2):96–102.

Holman, J. A.  1959.  A Pleistocene herpetofauna near Orange Lake, Florida.  Herpetologica 15(1):121–125.

Holman, J. A.  1959.  Birds and mammals from the Pleistocene of Williston, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences 5(1):1–24.

Olsen, S. J.  1959. The baculum of the Miocene carnivore Amphicyon.  Journal of Paleontology 33(3):449–450.

Olsen, S. J.  1959. The middle ear of the Miocene mustelid Leptarctus.  Journal of Paleontology 33(3):451–452.

Olsen, S. J.  1959.  Fossil mammals of Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 6:1–75.

1960

Olsen, S. J.  1960.  The fossil carnivore Amphicyon longiramus from the Thomas Farm Miocene.  Part II--postcranial skeleton.  Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 123(1):1–44.

Olsen, S. J.  1960.  Age and faunal relationships of Tapiravus remains from Florida.  Journal of Paleontology 34:164–167.

Ray, C. E.  1960.  Trichecodon huxleyi (Mammalia: Odobenidae) in the Pleistocene of southeastern United States.  Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 122:129–142.

1961

Arata, A. A.  1961.  Meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus) from the Quaternary of Florida.  Florida Scientist 24(2):117–121.

Holman, J. A.  1961.  Osteology of living and fossil New Word quails (Aves, Galliformes).  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, 6:131–233.

Holman, J. A.  1961.  A new hylid genus from the lower Miocene of Florida.  Copeia 1961:354–355.

1962

Olsen, S. J.  1962.  The Thomas Farm fossil quarry.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 25(2):142–146.

Weigel, R. D.  1962.  Fossil vertebrates of Vero, Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 10:1–59.

1963

Auffenberg, W.  1963.  Fossil testudine turtles of Florida.  Genera Geochelone and Floridemys.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 7:53–97.

Auffenberg, W.  1963.  The fossil snakes of Florida.  Tulane Studies in Zoology and Botany 10:131–216.

Black, C. C.  1963.  Miocene rodents from the Thomas Farm local fauna, Florida.  Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 128:483–501.

Brodkorb, P.  1963.  Fossil birds of the Alachua Clay of Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 2:1–17.

Brodkorb, P.  1963.  A giant flightless bird from the Pleistocene of Florida.  The Auk 80:111–115.

Brodkorb, P.  1963.  An extinct grebe from the Pleistocene of Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 26(1):53–55.

Brodkorb, P.  1963.  Miocene birds from the Hawthorne Formation of Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 26(2):159–167.

Estes, R.  1963.  Early Miocene salamanders and lizards from Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 26:234–256.

Ray, C. E., S. J. Olsen, and H. J. Gut.  1963.  Three mammals new to the Pleistocene fauna of Florida, and a reconsideration of five earlier records.  Journal of Mammalogy 44(3):373–395.

Slaughter, B. H.  1963.  Some observations concerning the genus Smilodon, with special reference to Smilodon fatalis.  Texas Journal of Science 15:68–81.

1964

Arata, A. A., and J. H. Huthison.  1964.  The raccoon (Procyon) in the Pleistocene of North America.  Tulane Studies in Geology 2(2):21–27.

Brodkorb, P.  1964.  Notes on fossil turkeys.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 27(3):223–229.

Gut, J. H., and C. E. Ray.  1964.  The Pleistocene vertebrate fauna of Reddick, Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 26(4):315–328.

Hooijer, D. A., and C. E. Ray.  1964.  A metapodial of Acratocnus (Edentata: Megalonychidae) from a cave in Hispanola.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 77:253–258.

Olsen, S.  J.  1964.  An upper Miocene fossil locality in north Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26:307–314.

Olsen, S. J.  1964.  The stratigraphic importance of a lower Miocene vertebrate fauna from north Florida.  Journal of Paleontology 38(3):477–482.

Olsen, S. J.  1964.  Vertebrate correlations and Miocene stratigraphy of north Florida fossil localities.  Journal of Paleontology 38(3):600–604.

Ray, C. E.  1964.  Tapirus copei in the Pleistocene of Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 27:59–66.

Ray, C. E.  1964.  The jaguarundi in the Quaternary of Florida.  Journal of Mammalogy, 45(2):330–332.

Wood, H. E.  1964.  Rhinoceroses from the Thomas Farm Miocene of Florida.  Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 130:361–386.

1965

Brodkorb, P.  1965.  Fossil birds from Barbados, West Indies.  Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 31(1):10–31.

Brodkorb, P.  1965.  New taxa of fossil birds.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 28(2):197–198.

Holman, J. A.  1965. Early Miocene anurans from Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 28(1):76–77.

Kurtιn, B.  1965.  The Pleistocene Felidae of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, 9:215–273.

Ligon, J. D.  1965.  A Pleistocene avifauna from Haile, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, 10:127–158.

Lynch, J. D.  1965.  The Pleistocene amphibians of Pit II, Arredondo, Florida.  Copeia 1965(1):75–76.

Olsen, S. J.  1965.  Vertebrate fossil localities in Florida.  Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 12, 28 p.

Yon, J. W.  1965. The stratigraphic significance of an upper Miocene fossil discovery in Jefferson County, Florida. Southeastern Geology 6(3):167–176.

1966

Auffenberg, W.  1966.  A new species of Pliocene tortoise, genus Geochelone, from Florida.  Journal of Paleontology, 40:877–882.

Kurtιn, B.  1966.  Pleistocene bears of North America.  1. Genus Tremarctos, spectacled bears.  Acta Zoologica Fennica, 115:1–120.

Rose, F. L., and Weaver, W. G.  1966.  Two new species of Chrysemys (= Pseudemys) from the Florida Pliocene.  Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, 5:41–48.

Webb, S. D.  1966.  A relict species of the burrowing rodent Mylagaulus, from the Pliocene of Florida.  Journal of Mammalogy, 47:401–412.

1967

Auffenberg, W.  1967.  Further notes on fossil box turtles in Florida.  Copeia, 1967(2):319–325.

Brodkorb, P.  1967.  Catalogue of fossil birds, Part 3 (Ralliformes, Icthyornithiformes, Charadriformes).  Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 11(3):99–220.

Kurtιn, B.  1967.  Pleistocene bears of North America.  2. Genus Arctodus, short-faced bears.  Acta Zoologica Fennica, 117:1–60.

Martin, R. A.  1967.  A comparison of two mandibular dimensions in Peromyscus, with regard to identification of Pleistocene Peromyscus from Florida.  Tulane Studies in Zoology, 14(2):75–79.

Patton, T. H.  1967.  Revision of the selonodont artiodactyls from Thomas Farm.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 29:179–190.

Patton, T. H.  1967.  Preliminary report on fossil vertebrates from Navassa Island, West Indies.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 30(1):59–60.

Patton, T. H.  1967.  Occurrence of fossil vertebrates on Cayman Brac, B.W.I.  Journal of Caribbean Science, 6(3-4):181.

Pirkle, E. C., W. H. Yoho, and S. D. Webb.  1967.  Sediments of the Bone Valley Phosphate District of Florida.  Economic Geology, 62(2):237–261.

Weaver, W. G., and J. S. Robertson.  1967.  A re-evaluation of fossil turtles of the Chrysemys scripta group.  Tulane Studies in Geology, 5(2):53–66.

Webb, S.D. and N. Tessman. 1967.  Vertebrate evidence of a low sea level in the middle Pliocene.  Science, 156:379.

1968

Dobie, J. L.  1968.  A new turtle species of the genus Macroclemys (Chelydridae) from the Florida Pliocene.  Tulane Studies in Zoology, 15:59–63.

Hirschfield, S. E.  1968.  Vertebrate fauna of Nichol's Hammock, a natural trap.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 31(3):177–189.

Hirschfeld, S. E., and S. D. Webb.  1968.  Plio-Pleistocene megalonychid sloths of North America.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, 12:213–296.

Holman, J. A.  1968.  Additional Miocene anurans from Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 30:121–140.

Martin, R. A.  1968.  Late Pleistocene distributions of Microtus pennsylvanicus.  Journal of Mammalogy, 49:265–271.

Olsen, S. J.  1968.  Miocene vertebrates and north Florida shorelines.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 5:127–134.

Webb, S. D., and N. Tessman.  1968.  A Pliocene vertebrate fauna from low elevation in Manatee County, Florida.  American Journal of Science, 266:777–811.

1969

Martin, R. A.  1969.  Taxonomy of the giant Pleistocene beaver Castoroides from Florida.  Journal of Paleontology, 43(4):1033–1041.

Patton, T. H.  1969.  An Oligocene land vertebrate fauna from Florida.  Journal of Paleontology, 43:543–546.

Patton, T. H.  1969.  Miocene and Pliocene artiodactyls, Texas Gulf Coastal Plain.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 14(2):115–227.

Webb, S. D.  1969.  The Pliocene Canidae of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, 14:273–308.

1970

Bullen, R. P., S. D. Webb, and B. I. Waller.  1970.  A worked mammoth bone from Florida.  American Antiquity, 35(2):203–205.

Cavender, T. M., J. G. Lundberg, and R. L. Wilson.  1970.  Two new fossil records of the genus Esox (Teleostei, Salmoniformes) in North America.  Northwest Science, 44:176–183.

1971

Patton, T. H., and B. E. Taylor.  1971.  The Synthetoceratinea (Mammalia, Tylopoda, Protoceratidae).  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 145:119–218.

1972

Frailey, C. D.  Additions to the Pleistocene avifauna of Arredondo, Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 35(1):53–54.

Webb, S. D.  1972.  Locomotor evolution in camels.  Forma et Functio, 5:99–112.

1973

Webb, S. D.  1973.  Pliocene pronghorns of Florida.  Journal of Mammalogy, 54:203–221.

1974

Kinsey, P. E.  1974.  A new species of Mylohyus peccary from the Florida early Pleistocene.  Pp. 15–32, in S. D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Kurtιn, B.  1974.  A history of coyote-like dogs (Canidae, Mammalia).  Acta Zoologica Fennica, 140:1–38.

Martin, R. A.  1974.  Fossil mammals from the Coleman IIA Fauna, Sumter County.  Pp. 35-99, in S. D. Webb (ed), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Martin, R. A.  1974.  Fossil Vertebrates from the Haile XIVA Fauna, Alachua County.  Pp. 100–113, in S. D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Martin, R. A., and S. D. Webb.  1974.  Late Pleistocene mammals from the Devil’s Den Fauna, Levy County, Florida.  Pp. 114–145, in S. D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Olson, S. L.  1974.  The Pleistocene rails of North America.  The Condor, 76:169–175

Robertson, J. S.  1974.  Fossil Bison of Florida.  Pp. 214–246 in S. D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University Presses of Florida, Gainesville.

Waldrop, J. S.  1974.  The scimitarcat, Homotherium serum, from the Florida late Pleistocene.  Pp. 154–158, in S. D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Webb, S. D.  1974.  Chronology of Florida Pleistocene mammals.  Pp. 5–31, in S. D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University of Florida Press, Gainesville.

Webb, S. D.  1974.  The status of Smilodon in the Florida Pleistocene.  Pp. 149–153, in S. D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University of Florida Press, Gainesville.

Webb, S. D.  1974.  Pleistocene llamas of Florida, with a brief review of the Lamini.  Pp. 170–213 in S. D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida.  University Presses of Florida, Gainesville.

1975

Jackson, D. E.  1975.  A Pleistocene Graptemys from the Santa Fe River of Florida.  Herpetologica 31(2):213–219.

Martin, R. A.  1975.  Giant Pleistocene beavers and the Waccasassa River, Levy County, Florida.  Bulletin of the New Jersey Academy of Sciences 20(1):29–30.

Rich, T. H. V., and T. H. Patton.  1975.  First record of a fossil hedgehog from Florida (Erinaceidae, Mammalia).  Journal of Mammalogy 56:692–696.

Schultz, C. B., L. D. Martin, and R. G. Corner.  1975.  Middle and late Cenozoic tapirs from Nebraska.  Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum 10:1–21.

1976

Campbell, K. E.  1976.  An early Pleistocene avifauna from Haile XVA, Florida.  The Wilson Bulletin 88(2):345–347.

Gillette, D. D.  1976.  A new species of small cat from the late Quaternary of Florida.  Journal of Mammalogy 57(4):664–676.

Gillette, D. D.  1976.  Late Quaternary mammals from the St. Marks River, Wakulla County, Florida.  Florida Scientist 39:120–122.

Jackson, D. R.  1976.  The status of the Pliocene turtles Pseudemys caelata Hay and Chrysemys carri Rose and Weaver.  Copeia 1976:655–659.

Kurtιn, B.  1976.  Fossil puma (Mammalia: Felidae) in North America.  Netherlands Journal of Zoology 26(4):502–534.

Lundelius, E. L., and B. H. Slaughter.  1976.  Notes on American Pleistocene tapirs.  Pp. 226–243 in C. S. Churcher (ed.), Athlon: Essays in Paleobiology in Honour of Loris Shano Russell.  Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.

Olsen, S. L.  1976.  A new species of Milvago from Hispaniola, with notes on other fossil caracaras from the West Indies (Aves: Falconidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 88(3):355–366.

Olson, S. L.  1976.  A jacana from the Pliocene of Florida.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 89:259–264.

Reinhart, R. H.  1976.  Fossil sirenians and desmostylians from Florida and elsewhere.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 20:187–300.

Robertson, J. S.  1976.  Latest Pliocene mammals from Haile XVA, Alachua County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 20:111–186.

Tedford, R. H., and D. Frailey.  1976.  Review of some Carnivora (Mammalia) from the Thomas Farm local fauna (Hemingfordian: Gilchrist County, Florida).  American Museum Novitates 2610:1–9.

1977

Christman, S. P.  1977.  The status of the extinct rattlesnake, Crotalus giganteus.  Copeia 1977:43–47.

Frazier, M. K.  1977.  New records of Neofiber leonardi (Rodentia: Cricetidae) and the paleoecology of the genus.  Journal of Mammalogy 58:368–373.

Martin, R. A.  1977.  Late Pleistocene Eumops from Florida.  Bulletin - New Jersey Academy of Science 22(1):18–19.

Webb, S. D.  1977.  A history of savanna vertebrates in the New World.  Part 1. North America.  Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 8:355–380.

Wolff, R. G.  1977.  Function and phylogenetic significance of cranial anatomy of an early bear (Indarctos) from Pliocene sediments of Florida.  Carnivore 1(3):1–12.

1978

Frailey, C. D.  1978.  An early Miocene (Arikareean) fauna from northcentral Florida (the SB-1A local fauna).  Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas 75:1–20.

Holman, J. A.  1978.  The late Pleistocene herpetofauna of Devil’s Den sinkhole, Levy County, Florida.  Herpetologica 34:228–237.

Jackson, D. R.  1978.  Evolution and fossil record of the chicken turtle Deirochelys, with a re–evaluation of the genus.  Tulane Studies in Zoology and Botany 20:35–55.

Martin, R. A.  1978.  A new late Pleistocene Conepatus and associated vertebrate fauna from Florida.  Journal of Paleontology 52:1079–1085.

Whetstone, K. N.  1978.  Additional record of the fossil snapping turtle Macroclemys schmidti from the Marsland Formation (Miocene) of Nebraska with notes on interspecific skull variation within the genus Macroclemys. Copeia, 1978(1):159–162.

1979

Clausen, C. J., A. D. Cohen, C. Emiliani, J. A. Holman, and J. J. Stipp.  1979.  Little Salt Spring, Florida: a unique underwater site.  Science 203:609–614.

Frailey, C. D.  1979.  The large mammals of the Buda local fauna (Arikareean: Alachua County, Florida).  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 24:123–173.

Gillette, D. D.  1979.  The largest dire wolf:  late Pleistocene of northern Florida.  Florida Scientist 42:17–21.

Marshall, L. G., R. F. Butler, R. E. Drake, G. H. Curtis, and R. H. Tedford.  1979.  Calibration of the Great American Interchange.  Science 204:272–279.

Martin, R. A.  1979.  Fossil history of the rodent genus Sigmodon.  Evolutionary Monographs 2:1–36.

Morgan, G. S. and T. H. Patton.  1979.  On the occurrence of Crocodylus (Reptilia, Crocodilidae) in the Cayman Islands, British West Indies.  Journal of Herpetology 13(3):289–292.

1980

Ahearn, M. E., and J. F. Lance.  1980.  A new species of Neochoerus (Rodentia: Hydrochoeridae) from the Blancan (late Pliocene) of North America.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 93:435–442.

Baskin, J. A.  1980.  The generic status of Aelurodon and Epicyon (Carnivora, Canidae).  Journal of Paleontology 54:1349–1351.

Baskin, J. A.  1980.  Evolutionary reversal in Mylagaulus (Mammalia, Rodentia) from the late Miocene of Florida.  The American Midlands Naturalist 104:155–162.

Campbell, K. E.  1980.  A review of the Rancholabrean avifauna of the Itchtucknee River, Florida.  Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Contributions in Science 330:119–129.

MacFadden, B. J.  1980.  An early Miocene land mammal (Oreodonta) from a marine limestone in northern Florida.  Journal of Paleontology 54:93–101.

MacFadden, B. J., and J. S. Waldrop.  1980.  Nannippus phlegon (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Pliocene (Blancan) of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 25:1–37.

Ritchie, T. L.  1980.  Two mid-Pleistocene avifaunas from Coleman, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 26:1–36.

Steadman, D. W.  1980.  A review of the osteology and paleontology of turkys (Aves: Meleagrinae).  Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Contributions in Science 330:131–207.

1981

Baskin, J. A.  1981.  Barbourofelis (Nimravidae) and Nimravides (Felidae), with a description of two new species from the late Miocene of Florida.  Journal of Mammalogy 62:122–139.

Berta, A.  1981.  The Plio-Pleistocene hyaena Chasmoporthetes ossifragus from Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 1:341–356.

Berta, A.  1981.  Evolution of large canids in South America.  Pp. 835–845, in Y. Sanguinetti  (ed.), Anais do II Congresso Latin-Americano de Paleontologia, Porto Alegre (Brasil).

Gillette, D. D., and C. E. Ray.  1981.  Glyptodonts of North America.  Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 40:1–255.

Harrison, J. A.  1981.  A review of the extinct wolverine, Plesiogulo (Carnivora: Mustelidae), from North America.  Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 46:1–27.

MacFadden, B. J., and H. Galiano.  1981.  Late Hemphillian cat (Mammalia, Felidae) from the Bone Valley Formation of central Florida.  Journal of Paleontology 55:218–226.

MacFadden, B. J. and R. G. Wolff.  1981.  Geological investigations of late Cenozoic vertebrate-bearing deposits in southern Bolivia.  Pp. 765–778, in Y. Sanguinett (ed.), Anais do II Congresso Latin-Americano de Paleontologia, Porto Alegre (Brasil) vol. II.

McDonald, J. N.  North American Bison.  University of California Press, Berkeley, 316 pp.

Ray, C. E., E. Anderson, and S. D. Webb.  1981.  The Blancan carnivore Trigonictis (Mammalia: Mustelidae) in the eastern United States.  Brimleyana 5:1–36.

Steadman, D. W.  1981.  A re-examination of Palaeostruthus hatcheri (Shufeldt), a late Miocene sparrow from Kansas.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 1:171–173.

Webb, S. D.  1981.  Kyptoceras amatorum, new genus and species from the Pliocene of Florida, the last protoceratid artiodactyl.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 1:357–365.

Webb, S. D., B. J. MacFadden, and J. A. Baskin.  1981.  Geology and paleontology of the Love Bone Bed from the late Miocene of Florida.  American Journal of Science 281:513–544.

1982

Baskin, J. A.  1982.  Tertiary Procyoninae (Mammalia: Carnivora) of North America.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 2:71–93.

Domning, D. P.  1982.  Evolution of the manatees:  a speculative history.  Journal of Paleontology 56:599–619.

Domning, D. P., G. S. Morgan, and C. E. Ray.  1982.  North American Eocene sea cows (Mammalia: Sirenia).  Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 52:1–69.

Frazier, M. K.  1982.  A revision of the fossil Erethizontidae of North America.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 27:1–76.

Hulbert, R. C.  1982.  Population dynamics of the three-toed horse Neohipparion from the late Miocene of Florida.  Paleobiology 8:159–167.

MacFadden, B. J.  1982.  New species of primitive three-toed browsing horse from the Miocene phosphate mining district of central Florida.  Florida Scientist 45:117–125.

MacPhee, R. D. E. and C. A. Woods.  1982.  A new fossil cebine from Hispaniola.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 58(4):419–436.

Marshall, L. G., S. D. Webb, J. J. Sepkoski, and D. M. Raup.  1982.  Mammalian evolution and the Great American Interchange.  Science 215:1351–1357.

Meylan, P. A.  1982.  The squamate reptiles of the Inglis 1A fauna (Irvingtonian:  Citrus County, Florida).  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 27:1–85.

1983

Berta, A., and H. Galiano.  1983.  Megantereon hesperus from the late Hemphillian of Florida with remarks on the phylogenetic relationships of machairodonts (Mammalia, Felidae, Machairodontinae).  Journal of Paleontology 57:892–899.

Franz, R. and C. A. Woods.  1983.  A fossil tortoise from Hispaniola.  Journal of Herpetology 17(1):79–81.

MacFadden, B. J., O. Siles, P. Zeitler, N. M. Johnson, and K. E. Campbell.  1983.  Magnetic polarity stratigraphy of the Pleistocene (Ensenadan) Tarija Formation of southern Bolivia.  Quaternary Research 19(2):172–187.

McPhee, R. D. E., C. A. Woods, and G. S. Morgan.  1983.  The Pleistocene rodent Alterodon major and the mammalian biogeography of Jamaica.  Paleontology 26(4):831–837.

Webb, S. D.  1983.  A new species of Pediomeryx from the late Miocene of Florida, and its relationships with the subfamily Cranioceratinae (Ruminantia: Dromomerycidae).  Journal of Mammalogy 64:261–276.

Webb, S. D.  1983.  Rise and fall of the late Miocene ungulate fauna in North America.  Pp. 267–306, in M. H. Nitecki (ed.), Coevolution.  University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Wilkins, K. T.  1983.  Pleistocene mammals from the Rock Springs local fauna, Florida.  Brimleyana 9:69–82.

Woodburne, M. O., and B. J. MacFadden.  1983.  A reappraisal of the systematics, biogeography, and evolution of fossil horses.  Paleobiology 8:315–327.

1984

Berta, A., and H. Galiano.  1984.  A Miocene amphicyonid (Mammalia: Carnivora) from the Bone Valley Formation of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 4:122–125.

Hulbert, R.C.  1984.  Paleoecology and population dynamics of the early Miocene (Hemingfordian) horse Parahippus leonensis from the Thomas Farm site, Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 4:547–558.

Jones, C. A., J. R. Choate, and H. H. Genoways.  1984.  Phylogeny and paleobiogeography of short-tailed shrews (genus Blarina).  Pp. 56–148 in H. H. Genoways and M. R. Dawson, eds., Contributions in Quaternary Vertebrate Paleontology: a Volume in Memorial to John E. Guilday.  Carnegie Museum of  Natural History, Pittsburgh, Special Publication 8.

Kurtιn, B..  1984.  Geographic differentiation in the Rancholabrean dire wolf (Canis dirus Leidy) in North America.  Pp. 218–227 in H. H. Genoways and M. R. Dawson, eds., Contributions in Quaternary Vertebrate Paleontology: a Volume in Memorial to John E. Guilday.  Carnegie Museum of  Natural History, Pittsburgh, Special Publication 8.

MacFadden, B. J.  1984.  Systematics and phylogeny of Hipparion, Neohipparion, Nannippus, and Cormohipparion (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Miocene and Pliocene of the New World.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 179:1–196.

MacFadden, B.J. and C.D. Frailey.  1984.  Pyrotherium, a large enigmatic ungulate (Mammalia, Incertae Sedis) from the Deseadan (Oligocene) of Salla, Bolivia.  Paleontology 27(4):867–874.

MacPhee, R. D. E.  1984.  Quaternary mammal localities and heptaxodontid rodents of Jamaica.  American Museum Novitates 2803:1–34.

Ray, C., and A. E. Sanders.  1984.  Pleistocene tapirs in the eastern United States.  Pp. 283–315 in H. H. Genoways and M. R. Dawson, eds., Contributions in Quaternary Vertebrate Paleontology: a Volume in Memorial to John E. Guilday.  Carnegie Museum of  Natural History, Pittsburgh, Special Publication 8.

Tedford, R. H., and M. E. Hunter.  1984.  Miocene marine‑nonmarine correlations, Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains, North America.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 47:129‑151.

Webb, S. D., and S. C. Perrigo.  1984.  Late Cenozoic vertebrates from Honduras and El Salvador.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 4:237‑254.

Webb, S. D., and K. T. Wilkins.  1984.  Historical biogeography of Florida Pleistocene mammals.  Pp. 370–383 in H. H. Genoways and M. R. Dawson, eds., Contributions in Quaternary Vertebrate Paleontology: a Volume in Memorial to John E. Guilday.  Carnegie Museum of  Natural History, Pittsburgh, Special Publication 8.

Wilkins, K. T.  1984.  Evolutionary trends in Florida Pleistocene pocket gophers (genus Geomys), with description of a new species.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 3:166–181.

Wolff, R. G.  1984.  A new early Oligocene argyrolagid (Mammalia: Marsupialia) from Salla, Bolivia.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 4(1):108–113.

Wolff, R. G.  1984.  New specimens of the primate Branisella boliviana from the early Oligocene of Salla, Bolivia.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 4(4):570–574.

Wright, D. B., and S. D. Webb.  1984.  Primitive Mylohyus (Artiodactyla: Tayassuidae) from the late Hemphillian Bone Valley Formation of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 3:152–159.

1985

Becker, J. J.  1985.  Fossil herons (Aves: Ardeidae) of the late Miocene and early Pliocene of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 5:24–31.

Becker, J. J. 1985.  Pandion lovensis, a new species of osprey from the late Miocene of Florida.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 98:314–320.

Berta, A., and G. S. Morgan.  1985.  A new sea otter (Carnivora: Mustelidae) from the late Miocene and early Pliocene (Hemphillian) of North America.  Journal of Paleontology 59:809–819.

Edmund, G.  1985.  The fossil giant armadillos of North America (Pampatheriinae, Xenarthra = Edentata).  Pp. 83–93 in G. G. Montgomery (ed.), The Evolution and Ecology of Armadillos, Sloths, and Vermilinguas.  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 451 p.

Edmund, G.  1985.  The armor of fossil giant armadillos (Pampatheriidae, Xenarthra, Mammalia).  Texas Memorial Museum Pierce–Sellards Series 40:1–20.

Hutchison, J. H.  1985.  Pterosphenus cf. P. schucherti Lucas (Squamata, Palaeophidae) from the late Eocene of peninsular Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 5:20–23.

MacFadden, B. J.  1985.  Patterns of phylogeny and rates of evolution in fossil horses:  hipparions from the Miocene and Pliocene of North America.  Paleobiology 11:245–257.

MacFadden, B. J., K. E. Campbell, Jr., R. L. Cifelli, N. M. Johnson, P. K. Zeilfler, and D. Siles.  1985.  Magnetic polarity stratigraphy and mammalian biostratigraphy of the Deseadan (late Oligocene–early Miocene) Salla Beds of northern Bolivia.  The Journal of Geology 93(3):223–250.

McDonald, H. G.  1985.  The Shasta ground sloth Nothrotheriops shastensis (Xenarthra, Megatheriidae) in the middle Pleistocene of Florida.  Pp. 95–104 in G. G. Montgomery (ed.), The Evolution and Ecology of Armadillos, Sloths, and Vermilinguas.  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 451 p.

Morgan, G. S.  1985.  Fossil bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from the late Pleistocene and Holocene Vero Fauna, Indian River County, Florida.  Brimleyana 11:97–117.

Steadman, D. W., and G. S. Morgan.  1985.  A new species of bullfinch (Aves: Emberizinae) from a late Quaternary cave deposit on Cayman Brac, West Indies.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 98:544–553.

Webb, S. D.  1985.  The interrelationships of tree sloths and ground sloths.  Pp. 105–112 in G. G. Montgomery (ed.), The Evolution and Ecology of Armadillos, Sloths, and Vermilinguas.  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 451 p.

Webb, S. D.  1985.  Late Cenozoic dispersals between the Americas. Pp. 357–386, in F. G. Stehli and S. D. Webb (eds.), The Great American Biotic Interchange.  Plenum Publishing Corp, New York.

Werdelin, L.  1985.  Small Pleistocene felines of North America.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 5:194–210.

Wilkins, K. T.  1985.  Pocket gophers of the genus Thomomys (Rodentia: Geomyidae) from the Pleistocene of Florida.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 98:761–767.

1986

Baskin, J. A.  1986.  The late Miocene radiation of Neotropical sigmodontine rodents in North America.  Pp. 287–303 in K. M. Flanagan and J. A. Lillegraven (eds.), Vertebrates, Phylogeny, and Philosophy.  University of Wyoming Contributions to Geology, Special Paper 3.

Becker, J. J. 1986.  A new vulture (Vulturidae: Pliogyps) from the late Miocene of Florida.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 99:502–508.

Becker, J. J.  1986.  Reidentification of “Phalacrocorax” subvolans Brodkorb as the earliest record of the Anhingidae.  The Auk 103:804–808.

Dalquest, W. W.  1986.  Lower jaw and dentition of the Hemphillian bear, Agriotherium (Ursidae), with the description of a new species.  Journal of Mammalogy 67(4):623–631.

Ford, S. M., and G. S. Morgan.  1986.  A new ceboid femur from the late Pleistocene of Jamaica.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 6(3):281–289.

Gillette, D. D., and P. M. Whisler.  1986.  Notes and comments of the late Pleistocene glyptodont, Glyptotherium floridanum from Florida.   Florida Scientist 49(1):55-62.

MacFadden, B. J. 1986.  Late Hemphillian monodactyl horses (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Bone Valley Formation of central Florida.  Journal of Paleontology 60:466–475.

Martin, R. A.  1986.  Energy, ecology, and cotton rat evolution.  Paleobiology 12:370–382.

Morgan, G. S.  1986.  The so-called giant Miocene dolphin Megalodelphis magnidens Kellogg (Mammalia: Cetacea) is actually a crocodile (Reptilia: Crocodilia).  Journal of Paleontology 60:411–417.

Morgan, G. S., and C. A. Woods.  1986.  Extinction and the zoogeography of West Indian land mammals.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 28(1-2):167–203.

Webb, S. D., and R. C. Hulbert.  1986.  Systematics and evolution of Pseudhipparion (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Late Neogene of the Gulf Coastal Plain and the Great Plains.  Pp. 237–272 in K. M. Flanagan and J. A. Lillegraven (eds.), Vertebrates, Phylogeny, and Philosophy.  University of Wyoming Contributions to Geology, Special Paper 3.

1987

Becker, J. J.  1987.  Neogene Avian Localities of North America.  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 171 p.

Berta, A.  1987.  The sabercat Smilodon gracilis from Florida and a discussion of its relationships (Mammalia, Felidae, Smilodontini).  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 31:1–63.

Edmund, G.  1987.  Evolution of the genus Holmesina (Pampatheriidae, Mammalia) in Florida, with remarks on taxonomy and distribution.  Texas Memorial Museum Pierce-Sellards Series 45:1–20.

Frailey, C. D.  1987.  The Miocene vertebrates of Quebrada Honda, Bolivia. Part I. Astrapotheria.  Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History, the University of Kansas 122:1–15.

Hulbert, R. C.  1987.  Late Neogene Neohipparion (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Gulf Coastal Plain of Florida and Texas.  Journal of Paleontology 61:809–830.

Hulbert, R. C.  1987.  A new Cormohipparion (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Pliocene (latest Hemphillian and Blancan) of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 7(4):451–468. [actually published in 1988]

MacFadden, B. J., and A. Azzaroli.  1987.  Cranium of Equus insulatus (Mammalia, Equidae) from the middle Pleistocene of Tarija, Bolivia.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 7(3):325–334.

Martin, R. A.  1987.  Notes on the classification and evolution of some North American fossil Microtus (Mammalia; Rodentia).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 7:270–283.

Morgan, G. S. and R. B. Ridgway.  1987.  Late Pliocene (late Blancan) vertebrates from the St. Petersburg Times Site, Pinellas County, Florida, and a brief review of Florida Blancan faunas.  Papers in Florida Paleontology 1:1–22.

Naeser, C. W., E. H. McKee, N. M. Johnson, and B. J. MacFadden.  1987.  Additional isotopic confirmation for a Miocene age from the Deseadan Salla Beds of Bolivia.  Journal of Geology 95(6):825–828.

White, J. A.  1987.  The Archaeolaginae (Mammalia, Lagomorpha) of North America.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 7:425–450.

1988

Auffenberg, W.  1988.  A new species of Geochelone (Testudinata: Testudinidae) from the Pleistocene of Florida (U.S.A.).  Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 31:591–604.

Bryant, H. N.  1988.  Delayed eruption of the deciduous upper canine in the sabertoothed carnivore Barbourofelis lovei (Carnivora, Nimravidae).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8:295–306.

Domning, D. P.  1988.  Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean Region.  I. Metaxytherium floridanum Hay, 1922.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8:395–426.

Emslie, S. D.  1988.  The fossil history and phylogenetic relationships of condors.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8:212–228.

Frailey, C. D.  1988.  The Miocene vertebrates of Quebrada Honda, Bolivia. Part II. Edentata.  Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History, the University of Kansas 123:1–13.

Hulbert, R. C.  1988.  Calippus and Protohippus (Mammalia, Perissodactyla, Equidae) from the Miocene (Barstovian-early Hemphillian) of the Gulf Coastal Plain.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 32:221–340.

Hulbert, R. C.  1988.  Cormohipparion and Hipparion (Mammalia, Perissodactyla, Equidae) from the Late Neogene of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 33:229–338.

Jackson, D. R.  1988.  A re-examination of fossil turtles of the genus Trachemys (Testudines: Emydidae).  Herpetologica 44(3):317–325.

Kluge, A. G.  1988.  Relationships of the Cenozoic boine snakes Paraepicrates and Pseudoepicrates.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8:229–230.

Kurtιn, B., and L. Werdelin, 1988.  A review of the genus Chasmaporthetes Hay, 1921 (Carnivora, Hyaenidae).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8:46–66.

MacFadden, B. J., and R. C. Hulbert.  1988.   Explosive speciation at the base of the adaptive radiation of Miocene grazing horses.  Nature 336:466–468.

Morgan, G. S., and A. E. Pratt  1988.  An early Miocene (late Hemingfordian) vertebrate fauna from Brooks Sink, Bradford County, Florida.  Pp. 53–69 in Southeastern Geological Society Field Trip Guide Book, No. 29.

Morgan, G. S., O. J. Linares, and C. E. Ray.  1988.  New species of fossil vampire bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Desmodontidae) from Florida and Venezuela.  Proceeding of the Biological Society of Washington 101:912–928.

Repenning, C. A., and F. Grady.  1988.  The microtine rodents of the Cheetah Room Fauna, Hamilton Cave, West Virginia, and the spontaneous origin of Synaptomys.  U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1853:1–32.

1989

Baskin, J. A.  1989.  Comments on New World Procyonidae (Mammalia: Carnivora).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 9:110–117.

Domning, D. P.  1989.  Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean Region.  II. Dioplotherium manigaulti Cope, 1883.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 9:415–428.

Domning, D. P.  1989.  Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean Region.  III. Xenosiren yucateca, gen. et sp. nov.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 9:429–437.

Hulbert, R. C.  1989.  Phylogenetic interrelationships and evolution of North American late Neogene Equinae.  Pp. 176–196 in D. R. Prothero and R. M. Schoch (eds),  The Evolution of Perissodactyls.  Oxford University Press, New York

Hulbert, R. C., and G. S. Morgan.  1989.  Stratigraphy, paleoecology, and vertebrate fauna of Leisey Shell Pit, early Pleistocene (Irvingtonian) of southwestern Florida.  Papers in Florida Paleontology 2:1–19.

Pratt, A. E.  1989.  Taphonomy of the microvertebrate fauna from the early Miocene Thomas Farm locality, Florida (U.S.A.).  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 76(1/2):125–151.

Pratt, A. E., and G. S. Morgan.  1989.  New Sciuridae (Mammalia: Rodentia) from the early Miocene Thomas Farm local fauna, Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 9:89–100.

Manning, E. M. and B. J. MacFadden.  1989.  Pliocene three-toed horses from Louisiana, with comments on the Citronelle Formation.  Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology 22(2):35–46.

Morgan, G. S.  1989.  Miocene vertebrate faunas from the Suwannee River Basin of north Florida and south Georgia.  Pp. 26–53 in G. S. Morgan (ed.), Miocene Paleontology and Stratigraphy of the Suwannee River Basin in North Florida and South Georgia.  Southeastern Geological Society Field Trip Guide Book, No. 30.

Morgan, G. S.  1989.  Fossil Chiroptera and Rodentia from the Bahamas, and the historical biogeography of the Bahamian mammal fauna.  Pp. 685–740, in C. A. Woods, (ed.), Biogeography in the West Indies: Past, Present, and Future.  Sandhill Crane Press, Inc., Gainesville, Florida.

Webb, S. D.  1989.  Osteology and relationships of Thinobadistes segnis, the first mylodont sloth in North America. Pp. 469–532 in J. F. Eisenberg and K. Redford (eds.), Advances in Neotropical Mammalogy.  Sandhill Crane Press, Gainesville, Florida.

Webb, S. D. and A. Barnosky.  1989.  Faunal dynamics of Pleistocene mammals.  Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 17:413–438.

Webb, S. D., G. S. Morgan, R. C. Hulbert, D. S. Jones, B. J. MacFadden, and P. A. Mueller.  1989.  Geochronology of a rich early Pleistocene vertebrate fauna, Leisey Shell Pit, Tampa Bay, Florida.  Quaternary Research 32(1):96–110.

Woods, C. A.  1989.  The biogeography of West Indian rodents.  Pp. 741–797, in C. A. Woods, (ed.), Biogeography in the West Indies: Past, Present, and Future.  Sandhill Crane Press, Inc., Gainesville, Florida.

Woods, C. A.  1989.  A new capromyid rodent from Haiti.  The origin, evolution, and extinction of West Indian rodents and the bearing on the origin of New World hystricognaths.  Pp. 59–89 in C. C. Black and M. R. Dawson (eds.), Papers on Fossil Rodents in Honor of Albert Elmer Wood.  Science Series, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, No. 33.

1990

Bryant, H. N.  1990.  Implications of the dental eruption sequence in Barbourofelis (Carnivora, Nimravidae) for the function of upper canines and the duration of parental care in sabretoothed carnivores.  Journal of Zoology, London 222:585–590.

Domning, D. P.  1990.  Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean Region.  IV. Corystosiren varguezi, gen. et sp. nov.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 10:361–371.

Hulbert, R. C.  1990.  The taxonomic status of Hipparion minus Sellards, 1916 (Mammalia, Equidae).  Journal of Paleontology 64(5):855–856.

Lambert, W. D.  1990.  Rediagnosis of the genus Amebelodon (Mammalia, Proboscidea, Gomphotheriidae), with a new subgenus and species, Amebelodon (Konobelodon) britti.  Journal of Paleontology 64(6):1032–1040.

MacFadden, B. J., and R. C. Hulbert.  1990.  Body size estimates and size distribution of ungulate mammals from the late Miocene Love Bone Bed of Florida.  Pp. 337–363, in J. Damuth and B. J. MacFadden (eds.), Body Size in Mammalian Paleobiology.  Cambridge University Press, New York.

Pratt, A. E.  1990.  Taphonomy of the large vertebrate fauna from the Thomas Farm locality (Miocene, Hemingfordian), Gilchrist County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 35(2):35–130.

Van Valkenburgh, B., F. Grady, and B. Kurtιn.  1990.  The Plio-Pleistocene cheetah-like cat Miracinonyx inexpectatus of North America.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 10:434–454.

Winkler, A. J., and F. Grady.  1990.  The middle Pleistocene rodent Atopomys (Cricetidae: Arvicolinae) from the eastern and south-central United States.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 10:484–490.

Wright, D. B.  1990.  Phylogenetic relationships of Catagonus wagneri:  sister taxa from the Tertiary of North America.  Pp. 281–308 in J. F. Eisenberg and K. Redford (eds.), Advances in Neotropical Mammalogy.  Sandhill Crane Press, Gainesville, Florida.

1991

Bryant, J. D.  1991.  New early Barstovian (middle Miocene) vertebrates from the upper Torreya Formation, eastern Florida panhandle.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 11:472–489.

Bryant, J. D.  1991.  Age-frequency profiles of micromammals and population dynamics of Proheteromys floridanus (Rodentia) from the early Miocene Thomas Farm site, Florida.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 85(1–2):1–14.

Domning, D. P.  1991.  A new genus for Halitherium olseni Reinhart, 1976 (Mammalia: Sirenia).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 11:398.

Hulbert, R. C., and B. J. MacFadden.  1991.  Morphologic transformation and cladogenesis at the base of the radiation of hypsodont horses.  American Museum Novitates.  Number 3000:1–61.

Jones, D. S., B. J. MacFadden, S. D. Webb, P. A. Mueller, D. A. Hodell, and T. M. Cronin.  1991.  Integrated geochronology of a classic Pliocene fossil site in Florida: Linking marine and terrestrial biochronologies.  The Journal of Geology 99(5):637–648.

MacFadden, B. J., J. D. Bryant, and P. A. Mueller.  1991.  Sr-isotopic, paleomagnetic, and biostratigraphic calibration of horse evolution: Evidence from the Miocene of Florida.  Geology 19(3):242–245.

MacPhee, R. D. E., and J. G. Fleagle.  1991.  Postcranial remains of Xenothrix mcgregori (Primates, Xenotrichidae) and other late Quaternary mammals from Long Mile Cave, Jamaica.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 206:287–321.

Morgan, G. S.  1991.  Neotropical Chiroptera from the Pliocene and Pleistocene of Florida.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 206:176–213.

Rensberger, A. L., W. C. Hartwig, and R. G. Wolff.  1991.  Szalatavus attricuspis, an early platyrrhine primate.  Folia Primatologica 56:225–233.

Webb, S.D.  1991.  Ecogeography and the Great American Interchange.  Paleobiology 17(3):266–280.

White, J. A.  1991.  North American Leporinae (Mamalia: Lagomorpha) from late Miocene (Claredonian) to latest Pliocene (Blancan).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 11:67–89.

White, J. A.  1991.  A new Sylvilagus (Mammalia: Lagomorpha) from the Blancan (Pliocene) and Irvingtonian (Pleistocene) of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 11:243–246.

1992

Becker, J. J., and P. Brodkorb.  1992.  An early Miocene ground-dove (Aves: Columbidae) from Florida.  Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Science Series 36:189–193.

Bryant, J. D., B. J. MacFadden, and P. A. Mueller.  1992.  Improved chronologic resolution of the Hawthorn and Alum Bluff groups in northern Florida: Implications for Miocene chronostratigraphy.  Geological Society of America Bulletin 104(2):208–218.

Dodd, C. K., and G. S. Morgan.  1992.  Fossil sea turtles from the early Pliocene Bone Valley Formation, central Florida.  Journal of Herpetology 26:1–8.

Dunbar, J. S., S. D. Webb, and M. K. Faught.  1992.  Archaeological sites in the drowned Tertiary karst region of the eastern Gulf of Mexico.  Pp. 117–146 in L. L. Johnson and M. J. Stright (eds.), Paleoshorelines and Prehistory: An Investigation of Method.  CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Emslie, S. D.  1992.  Two new late Blancan avifaunas from Florida and extinctions of wetland birds in the Plio-Pleistocene.  Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Science Series 36:249–269.

Hermanson, J. W. and B. J. MacFadden.  1992.  Evolutionary and functional morphology of the shoulder region and stay apparatus in fossil and extant horses (Equidae).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 12(3):377–386.

Hulbert, R. C.  1992.  A checklist of the fossil vertebrates of Florida.  Papers in Florida Paleontology 6:1–35.

Lambert, W. D.  1992.  The feeding habits of the shovel-tusked gomphotheres:  evidence from tusk wear patterns.  Paleobiology 18:132–147.

Laub, Richard S.  1992.  Positional and ordinal identification of the teeth of Mammut americanum.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 9:105–108.

MacFadden, B. J.  1992.  Fossil horses:  Systematics, Paleobiology, and Evolution of the Family Equidae.  Cambridge University Press, New York, 369 p.

Webb, S. D.  1992.  A brief history of New World Proboscidea with emphasis on their interactions with man.  Pp. 17–34, in J. Fox et al. (eds.), Mammoths, Mastodons, and Human Interactions, Clovis Hunters Volume.  Baylor University Press, Waco, Texas.

Webb, S. D., J. Dunbar, and L. Newsom.  1992.  Mastodon digesta from North Florida.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 9:114–116.

1993

Hulbert, R. C.  1993.  Late Miocene Nannippus (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Florida, with a description of the smallest hipparionine horse.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 13:350–366.

Hulbert, R. C.  1993.  Taxonomic evolution in North American Neogene horses (subfamily Equinae):  the rise and fall of an adaptive radiation.  Paleobiology 19:216–234.

Hulbert, R. C., and G. S. Morgan.  1993.  Quantitative and qualitative evolution in the giant armadillo Holmesina (Edentata: Pampatheriidae) in Florida.  Pp. 134–177 in R. A. Martin and A. D. Barnosky (eds.), Morphologic Change in Quaternary Mammals of North America.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

MacFadden, B. J., Anaya, F. and J. Argollo.  1993.  Magnetic polarity stratigraphy of Inchasi: A Pliocene mammal-bearing locality from the Bolivian Andes deposited just before the Great American Interchange.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters 114(2/3):229–421.

Martin, R. A.. 1993.  Patterns of variation and speciation in Quaternary rodents.  Pp. 227–280 in R. A. Martin and A. D. Barnosky (eds.), Morphological Change in Quaternary Mammals of North America.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Morgan, G. S.  1993.  Quaternary land vertebrates of Jamaica.  Pp. 417–442, in R. M. Wright and E. Robinson (eds.), Biostratigraphy of Jamaica.  Geological Society of America Memoir 182.

Morgan, G. S.  1993.  Mammalian biochronology and marine-nonmarine correlations in the Neogene of Florida.  Pp. 55–66 in V. A. Zullo, W. B. Harris, T. M. Scott, and R. W. Portell (eds.), The Neogene of Florida and Adjacent Regions.  Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 37.

Morgan, G. S., R. Franz, and R. I. Crombie.  1993.  The Cuban crocodile, Crocodylus rhombifer, from late Quaternary fossil deposits on Grand Cayman, West Indies.  Caribbean Journal of Science 29(3-4):153–164.

Seymour, K. L. 1993.  Size change in North American Quaternary jaguars.  Pp. 343–372 in R. A. Martin and A. D. Barnosky (eds.), Morphological Change in Quaternary Mammals of North America.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Wright, D. B.  1993.  Evolution of sexually dimorphic characters in peccaries (Mammalia, Tayassuidae).  Paleobiology 19:52–70.

Young, T. S., and J. Laerm.  1993.  A late Pleistocene vertebrate assemblage from the St. Marks River, Wakulla County, Florida.  Brimleyana 18:15–57.

1994

Bentley, C. C., J. L. Knight, and M. A. Knoll.  1994.  The mammals of the Ardis local fauna (late Pleistocene), Harleyville, South Carolina.  Brimleyana 21:1–35.

Bentley, C. C., and J. L. Knight.  1994.  Comments on the body mass trend of Ondatra zibethicus (Rodentia: Muridae) during the latest Pleistocene.  Brimleyana 21:37–43.

Chandler, R. M.  1994.  The wing of Titanis walleri (Aves: Phorusrhacidae) from the late Blancan of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 36:175–180.

Emslie, S. D., and G. S. Morgan.  1994.  A catastrophic death assemblage and paleoclimatic implications of Pliocene seabirds of Florida.  Science 264:684–685.

MacFadden, B. J., and T. E. Cerling.  1994.  Fossil horses, carbon isotopes and global change.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9:481–486.

MacFadden, B. J., X. Wang, T. E. Cerling, and F. Anaya.  1994.  South American fossil mammals and carbon isotopes: A 25 million-year sequence from the Bolivian Andes.  Palaeogeology, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 107(3-4):257–268.

Morgan, G. S.  1994.  Miocene and Pliocene marine mammal faunas from the Bone Valley Formation of Central Florida.  Pp. 239–268 in A. Berta and T. A. Demιrι (eds.), Contributions in Marine Mammal Paleontology Honoring Frank C. Whitmore, Jr.  San Diego Natural History Society, San Diego.

Morgan, G. S.  1994.  Late Quaternary fossil vertebrates from the Cayman Islands.  Pp. 465–508, in M. A. Brunt and J .E. Davies (eds.), The Cayman Islands: Natural History and Biogeography.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrect, Netherlands.

R. J. G. Savage, D. P. Domning, and J. G. M. Thewissen.  1994.  Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean Region.  V. The most primitive known sirenian, Prorastomus sirenoides Owen, 1855.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 14:427–449.

Wang, X.  1994.  Phylogenetic systematics of the Hesperocyoninae (Carnivora: Canidae).  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 221:1–65.

Wang, Y., T. E. Cerling, and B. J. MacFadden.  1994.  Fossil horses and carbon isotopes: New evidence for Cenozoic dietary, habitat, and ecosystem changes in North America.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, and Palaeoecology 107:269–280.

1995

Anaya, F. and B. J. MacFadden.  1995.  Pliocene mammals from Inchasi, Bolivia: the endemic fauna just before the Great American Interchange.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 39:87–140.

Berta, A.  1995.  Fossil carnivores from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:463–499.

Cartelle, C., and G. De Iuliis.  1995.  Eremotherium laurillardi:  the panamerican late Pleistocene megatheriid sloth.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 15:830–841.

Downing, K. F., and R. White.  1995.  The cingulates (Xenarthra) of Leisey Shell Pit 1A (Irvingtonian), Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:375–396.

Emslie, S. D.  1995.  Age and taphonomy of abandoned penguin rookeries in the Antarctic Peninsula region.  Polar Record 31:409–418.

Emslie, S. D.  1995.  A catastrophic death assemblage of a new species of cormorant and other seabirds from the late Pliocene of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 15:313–330.

Emslie, S. D.  1995.  An early Irvingtonian avifauna from Leisey Shell Pit, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:299–344.

Emslie, S. D.  1995.  The fossil record of Arctodus pristinus (Ursidae: Tremarctinae) in Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:501–514.

Emslie, S. D., and G. S. Morgan.  1995.  Taphonomy of a late Pleistocene carnivore den, Dade County, Florida.  Pp. 65–83 in D. W. Steadman and J. I. Mead (eds.), Late Quaternary Environments and Deep History.  The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, Scientific Papers, Volume 3, Hot Springs, South Dakota.

Holman, J. A.  1995.  Pleistocene Amphibians and Reptiles of North America.  Oxford University Press, New York.

Hulbert, R. C.  1995.  The giant tapir, Tapirus haysii, from Leisey Shell Pit 1A and other Florida Irvingtonian localities.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:515–551.

Hulbert, R. C.  1995.  Equus from Leisey Shell Pit 1A and other Irvingtonian localities from Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:553–602.

MacFadden, B. J.  1995.  Magnetic polarity stratigraphy and correlation of the Shell Pit, Tampa Bay, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:107–116

MacPhee, R. D. E., I. Horovitz, O. Arredondo, and O. J. Vasquez.  1995.  A new genus for the extinct Hispaniolan monkey Saimri bernensis Rνmoli, 1977, with notes on its systematic position.  American Museum Novitates 3134:1–21.

Martin, R. A.  1995.  A new middle Pleistocene species of Microtus (Pedomys) from the southern United States, with comments on the taxonomy and early evolution of Pedomys and Pitymys in North America.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 15:171–186.

McDonald, H. G.  1995.  Gravigrade xenarthrans from the early Pleistocene Leisey Shell Pit 1A, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:345–373.

Meylan, P. A.  1995.  Pleistocene amphibians and reptiles from the Leisey Shell Pit, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:273–297.

Morgan, G. S., and R. C. Hulbert.  1995.  Overview of the geology and vertebrate biochronology of the Leisey Shell Pit local fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:1–92.

Morgan, G. S., and J. A. White.  1995.  Small mammals (Insectivora, Lagomorpha, and Rodentia) from the early Pleistocene (early Irvingtonian) Leisey Shell Pit local fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:397–462.

Pratt, A. E., and R. C. Hulbert.  1995.  Taphonomy of the terrestrial mammals of Leisey Shell Pit 1A, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:177–250.

Scudder, S. J., E. H. Simons, and G. S. Morgan.  1995.  Osteichthyes and Chondrichthyes from the Leisey Shell Pit local fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History,37:251–272.

Webb, S. D., and J. Dudley.  1995.  Proboscidea from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:645–660.

Webb, S. D., and F. G. Stehli.  1995.  Selenodont artiodactyls (Camelidae and Cervidae) from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:621–643.

Webb, S. D., R. C. Hulbert, and W. D. Lambert.  1995.  Climatic implications of large-herbivore distributions in the Miocene of North America.  Pp. 91–108 in E. S. Vrba, G. H. Denton, T. C. Partridge, and L. H. Burckle (eds.), Paleoclimate and Evolution, with Emphasis on Human Origins.  Yale University Press, New Haven.

Wright, D. B.  1995.  Tayassuidae of the Irvingtonian Leisey Shell Pit local fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 37:603–619.

1996

Dunbar, J. S. and S. D. Webb.  1996.  Bone and ivory tools from submerged Paleoindian sites in Florida.  Pp.331–353, in D. Anderson and K. E. Sassaman (eds.), Paleoindians in South Eastern United States.  University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Emslie, S. D.  1996.  A fossil scrub-jay supports a recent systematic decision.  Condor 98(4):675–680.

Emslie, S. D., W. D. Allmon, F. J. Rich, J. H. Wrenn, and S. D. de France.  1996.  Integrated taphonomy of an avian death assemblage in marine sediments from the late Pliocene of Florida.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 124:107–136.

Harington, C. R., A. Plouffe, and H. Jette.  1996.  A partial bison (Bison cf. B. latifrons) skeleton from Chuchi Lake, and its implications for the middle Wisconsinan environment of central British Columbia.  Gιographie physique et Quaternaire 50(1):73–80.

Hermanson, J. W. and B. J. MacFadden.  1996.  Evolutionary and functional morphology of the knee in fossil and extant horses (Equidae).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 16(2):349–357.

Karrow, P. F., G. S. Morgan, R. W. Portell, E. Simons, and K. Auffenberg.  1996.  Middle Pleistocene (early Rancholabrean) vertebrates and associated marine and non-marine invertebrates from Oldsmar, Pinellas County, Florida.  Pp. 97–133 in K. M. Stewart and K. L. Seymour (eds.), Palaeoecology and Palaeoenvironmnets of Late Cenozoic Mammals.  University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

MacFadden, B. J., and T. E. Cerling.  1996.  Mammalian herbivore communities, ancient feeding ecology, and carbon isotopes: a 10 million-year sequence from the Neogene of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 16:103–115.

MacPhee, R. D. E.  1996.  The Greater Antillean monkeys.  Revista de Ciθncia, Institut d’Estudis Balearics 18:13–32.

Morgan, G. S. and R. W. Portell.  1996.  The Tucker Borrow Pit: Paleontology and stratigraphy of a Plio-Pleistocene fossil site in Brevard County, Florida.  Papers in Florida Paleontology 7:1–25.

Webb, S. D. and A. Rancy.  1996.  Evolution of the Neotropical mammal fauna.  Pp. 335–358 in J. B. C. Jackson, A. F. Budd and A. G. Coates (eds.), Evolution and Environment in Tropical America.  The University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

1997

Chandler, R. M.  1997.  A preliminary report on the fossil birds of Padcaya in the Tarija basin, Bolivia.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 13:97–98.

Domning, D. P.  1997.  Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean Region.  VI. Crenatosiren olseni, (Reinhart, 1976).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17:397–412.

Hulbert, R. C.  1997.  A new late Pliocene porcupine (Rodentia: Erethizontidae) from Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17:623–626.

Lambert, W. D.  1997.  The osteology and paleoecology of the giant otter Enhydritherium terraenovae.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17:738–749.

MacFadden, B. J.  1997.  Fossil mammals of Florida.  Pp. 119–138, in A. F. Randazzo and D. S. Jones (eds.), The Geology of Florida.  University Presses of Florida, Gainesville.

MacFadden, B. J. 1997.  Origin and evolution of the grazing guild in New World terrestrial mammals.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12:182–187

MacFadden, B. J.  1997.  Pleistocene horses from Tarija, Bolivia, and validity of the genus Onohippidium (Mammalia, Equidae).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17(1):199–218.

MacFadden, B. J. and B. J. Shockey.  1997.  Ancient feeding ecology, niche differentiation, and extinct mammalian herbivore guilds from Tarija, Bolivia: Morphological and isotopic evidence.  Paleobiology 23(1):77–100.

Morgan, G. S., and K. L. Seymour.  1997.  Fossil history of the panther (Puma concolor) and the cheetah-like cat (Miracinonyx inexpectatus) in Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 40:177–219.

Shockey, B. J.  1997.  Two new species of notoungulates (family Notohippidae) from the Salla Beds of Bolivia (Deseadan: Late Oligocene): Systematics and functional morphology.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 17(3):584–599.

1998

Albright, L. B. III.  1998.  The Arikareean land mammal age in Texas and Florida: Southern extension of Great Plains faunas and Gulf Coastal Plain endemism.  Pp. 167–183, in D. O. Terry, H. E. LaGarry, and R. M. Hunt (eds.), Depositional Environments, Lithostratigraphy, and Biostratigraphy of the White River and Arikaree groups (Late Eocene to Early Miocene, North America).  Geological Society of America Special Paper 325, Boulder, Colorado.

Baskin, J. A.  1998.  Evolutionary trends in the late Miocene hyena-like dog Epicyon (Carnivora, Canidae).  Pp. 191–214 in Y. Tomida, L. J. Flynn, and L. L. Jacobs (eds.), Advances in Vertebrate Paleontology and Chronology.  Tokyo National Science Museum Monograph 14.

Bentley, C. C., and J. L. Knight.  1998.  Turtles (Reptilia: Testudines) of the Ardis local fauna late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) of South Carolina.  Brimleyana 25:3–33.

Cerling, T. E., J. M. Harris, J. M. MacFadden, and B. J. MacFadden.  1998.  Carbon isotopes, diets of North American equids and the evolution of C4 grasslands.  Pp. 363–377, in H. Griffiths (ed.), Stable Isotopes: Integration of Biological, Ecological, and Geochemical Processes.  BIOS Scientific Publishers, Oxford.

Emslie, S. D.  1998.  Avian community, climate, and sea-level changes in the Plio-Pliestocene of the Florida Peninsula.  Ornithological Monographs, No. 50, 113 p.

Hemmings, C. A.  1998.  Probable association of Paleoindian artifacts and mastodon remains from Sloth Hole, Aucilla River, north Florida.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 15:16–18.

Hulbert, R. C., and A. E. Pratt.  1998  New Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) vertebrate faunas from coastal Georgia.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18(2):412–429.

Koch, P. L., K. A. Hoppe, and S. D. Webb.  1999.  The isotopic ecology of late Pleistocene mammals in North America; Part 1, Florida.  Chemical Geology 152(1-2):119–138.

Lambert, D. W., and C. R. Holling.  1998.  The cause of the terminal Pleistocene extinctions: Evidence from mammal body mass distribution.  Ecosystems, 1:157–175.

MacFadden, B. J.  1998.  Equidae.  Pp. 537–559 in C. M. Janis, et al. (eds.), Tertiary Mammals of North America.  Cambridge University Press, New York.

MacFadden, B. J.  1998.  Tale of two rhinos:  isotopic ecology, paleodiet, and niche differentiation of Aphelops and Teleoceras from the Florida Neogene.  Paleobiology 24:274–286.

MacFadden, B. J., and J. L. Dobie.  1998.  Late Miocene three-toed horse Protohippus (Mammalia, Equidae) from southern Alabama.  Journal of Paleontology 72:148–152.

Mihlbachler, M. C.  1998.  Late-Pleistocene mastodon and digesta from Little River, north Florida.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 15:116–118.

Stringer, G. L.  1998.  Otolith-based fishes from the Bowden shell bed (Pliocene) of Jamaica: systematics and palaeoecology.  Contributions to Tertiary and Quaternary Geology 35:147–160.

Uhen, M. D.  1998.  Middle to late Eocene basilosaurines and durodontines.  Pp. 29–61 in J. G. M. Thewissen (ed.), The Emergence of Whales: Evolutionary Patterns in the Origin of Cetacea.  Plenum Press, New York.

Webb, S. D.  1998.  The great American faunal interchange.  Pp. 97–122 in A. G. Coates (ed.), Central America, a Natural and Cultural History.  Yale University Press, New Haven.

Webb, S. D., C. A. Hemmings, and M. P. Muniz.  1998.  New carbon dates for Vero tapir and stout-legged llama from Florida.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 15:127–128.

1999

Albright, L. B. III.  1999.  Ungulates of the Toledo Bend local fauna (late Arikareean, early Miocene) Texas Coastal Plain.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 42(1):1–80

De Iuliis, G., and C. Cartelle.  1999.  A new giant megatheriine ground sloth (Mammalia: Xenarthra: Megatheriidae) from the late Blancan to early Irvingtonian of Florida.  Zoological Journal of the Linnaen Society 127:495–515.

Dundas, R. G.  1999.  Quaternary records of the dire wolf, Canis dirus, in North and South America.  Boreas 28:375–385.

Emslie, S. D., and N. J. Czaplewski.  1999.  Two new fossil eagles from the late Pliocene (late Blancan) of Florida and Arizona and their biogeographic implications.  Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 89:185–198.

Holman, J. A.  1999.  Earliest Oligocene (Whitneyan) snakes from Florida (USA), the second oldest colubrid snakes in North America.  Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 42(3):447–454.

Hoppe, K. A., P. L. Koch, R. W. Carlson, and S. D. Webb.  1999.  Tracking mammoths and mastodons; reconstruction of migratory behavior using strontium isotope ratios. Geology 27(5):439–442.

MacFadden, B. J., N. Solounias, and T. E. Cerling.  1999.  Ancient diets, ecology, and extinction of 5-million-year-old horses from Florida.  Science 283:824–827.

MacFadden, B.J., T. E. Cerling, J .M. Harris, and J. Prado.  1999.  Ancient latitudinal gradients of C3/C4 grasses interpreted from stable isotopes of New World Pleistocene horse (Equus) teeth.  Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters, 8:137–149.

McDonald, J. N., and G. S. Morgan.  1999.  The appearance of bison in North America.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 16:127–129.

Olsen, S. L.  1999.  A new species of pelican (Aves: Pelecanidae) from the Lower Pliocene of North Carolina and Florida.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 113(1):298–301.

Wang, X., R. H. Tedford, and B. E. Taylor.  1999.  Phylogenetic systematics of the Borophaginae (Carnivora: Canidae).  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 243:1–391.

2000

Czaplewski, N. J., and G. S. Morgan.  2000.  A new vespertilionid bat (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from the early Miocene (Hemingfordian) of Florida, USA.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20(4):736–742.

Fernaec, R. S., and B. J.  MacFadden.  2000.  Evolution of the grazing niche in Pleistocene mammals from Florida: Evidence from stable isotopes.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, and Palaeoecology 162:155–169.

Hayes, F. G.  2000.  The Brooksville 2 local fauna (Arikareean, latest Oligocene): Hernando County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 43(1):1–47.

Holman, J. A., and D. L. Harrison.  2000.  Early Oligocene (Whitneyan) snakes from Florida (USA), a unique booid.  Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 43(1–2):127–134.

Holman, J. A.  2000.  Fossil Snakes of North America.  Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 357 pp.

MacFadden, B. J.  2000.  Cenozoic mammalian herbivores from the Americas: Reconstructing ancient diets and terrestrial communities.  Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 31:33–59.

MacFadden, B. J.  2000.  Middle Pleistocene climate change recorded in fossil mammal teeth from Tarija, Bolivia, and upper limit of the Ensenadan Land-Mammal Age.  Quaternary Research 54:121–131.

MacPhee, R. D. E., J. L. White, and C. A. Woods.  2000.  New megalonychid sloths (Phyllophaga, Xenarthra) from the Quaternary of Hispaniola.  American Museum Novitates 3303:1–32.

Martin, L. D., J. P. Babiarz, V. L. Naples, and J. Hearst.  2000.  Three ways to be a saber-toothed cat.  Naturwissenschaften 87:41–44.

Mihlbachler, M. C., C. A. Hemmings, and S. D. Webb.  2000.  Reevaluation of the Alexson Bison Kill Site, Wacissa River, Jefferson County, Florida.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 17:55–57.

Olson, S. L. and D. B. Wingate.  2000.  Two new species of flightless rails (Aves: Rallidae) from the middle Pleistocene “crane fauna” of Bermuda.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 113(2):356–368.

Ruez, D. R.  2000.  Late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) records of the harvest mouse (Reithrodontomys) in Florida.  Florida Scientist 63(3):182–190.

Webb, S. D.  2000.  Evolutionary history of New World Cervidae.  Pp. 38–64 in E. Vrba and G. Schaller (eds.), Antelopes, Deer, and Relatives: Fossil Record Behavioral Ecology, Systematics and Conservation.  Yale University Press, New Haven.

2001

Coombs, M. C., R. M. Hunt, E. Stepleton, L. B. Albright, and T. J. Fremd.  2001.  Stratigraphy, chronology, biogeography and taxonomy of early Miocene small chalicotheres in North America.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21(3):607–620.

Croft, D. A.  2001.  Cenozoic environmental change in South America as indicated by mammalian body size distributions (cenograms).  Diversities and Distributions 7(6):271–287.

Holman, J. A., and D. L. Harrison.  2001.  Early Oligocene (Whitneyan) snakes from Florida (USA): remaining boids, indeterminate colubroids, summary and discussion of the I-75 Local Fauna snakes.  Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 44(1):25–36.

Hulbert, R. C.  2001.  The Fossil Vertebrates of Florida.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville, 384 pp.

Lim, J.-D., L. D. Martin, and R. W. Wilson.  2001.  A new species of Leptarctus (Carnivora, Mustelidae) from the late Miocene of Texas.  Journal of Paleontology 75(5):1043–1046.

MacFadden, B. J.  2001.  Three-toed browsing horse Anchitherium clarencei from the early Miocene (Hemingfordian) Thomas Farm, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 43(3):79–109.

Morgan, G. S.  2001.  Patterns of extinction in West Indian bats.  Pp. 369–407 in C. A. Woods and F. E. Sergile (eds.), Biogeography of the West Indies: Patterns and Perspectives, Second Edition.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

Olson, S. L. and D. B. Wingate.  2001.  A new species of large flightless rail of the Rallus longirostris/elegans complex (Aves: Rallidae) from the late Pleistocene of Bermuda.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 114(2):509–516.

Ottenwalder, J. A.  2001.  Systematics and biogeography of the West Indian genus Solenodon.  Pp. 253–329 in C. A. Woods and F. E. Sergile (eds.), Biogeography of the West Indies: Patterns and Perspectives, Second Edition.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

Portell, R. W., S. K. Donovan, and D. P. Domning.  2001.  Early Tertiary vertebrate fossils from Seven Rivers, Parish of St. James, Jamaica, and their biogeographic implications.  Pp. 191–200 in C. A. Woods and F. E. Sergile (eds.), Biogeography of the West Indies: Patterns and Perspectives, Second Edition.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

Rothschild, B. M., D. R. Prothero, and C. Rothschild.  2001.  Origins of spondyloarthropathy in Perissodactyla.  Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology 19:628–632.

Ruez, D. R.  2001.  Early Irvingtonian (latest Pliocene) rodents from Inglis 1C, Citrus County, Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21(1):153–171.

White, J. L., and R. D. E. MacPhee.  2001.  The sloths of the West Indies: a systematic and phylogenetic review.  Pp. 201–235 in C. A. Woods and F. E. Sergile (eds.), Biogeography of the West Indies: Patterns and Perspectives, Second Edition.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

2002

Cappetta, H., and G. Stringer.  2002.  A new batoid genus (Neoselachii: Myliobatiformes) from the Yazoo Clay (late Eocene) of Louisiana, U.S.A.  Tertiary Research 21(1–4):51–56.

De Iuliis, G., and A. G. Edmund.  2002.  Vassallia maxima Castellanos, 1946 (Mammalia: Xenarthra: Pampatheriidae), from Puerta del Corral Quemado (late Miocene to early Pliocene), Catamarca Province, Argentina.  Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 93:49–64.

Fleagle, J. G., and M. F. Tejedor.  2002.  Early platyrrhines of southern South America.  Pp. 161–173 in W. C. Hartwig (ed.), The Primate Fossil Record.  Cambridge University Press, New York.

Green, J. L.  2002.  Mammut americanum (Kerr, 1792).  Fossil Species of Florida 1:1–11.

MacFadden, B. J.  2002.  Cranium of Dinohippus mexicanus (Mammalia: Equidae) from the early Pliocene of Central Mexico, and the origin of Equus.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 43(5):163–185.

MacPhee, R. D. E., and I. Horovitz.  2002.  Extinct Quaternary platyrrhines of the Greater Antilles and Brazil.  Pp. 189–200 in W. C. Hartwig (ed.), The Primate Fossil Record.  Cambridge University Press, New York.

Mead, J. I., D. W. Steadman, S. H. Bedford, C. J. Bell, and M. Spriggs.  2002.  New extinct mekosuchine crocodile from Vanuatu, South Pacific.  Copeia 2002(3):632–641.

Mihlbachler, M. C., C. A. Hemmings, and S. D. Webb.  2002.  Morphological chronoclines among late Pleistocene muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus: Muridae, Rodentia) from northern Florida.  Quaternary Research 58:289–295.

Morgan, G. S.  2002.  Late Rancholabrean mammals from southernmost Florida, and the Neotropical influence in Florida Pleistocene faunas.  Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 93:15–38.

Nowak, Ronald M.  2002.  The original status of wolves in eastern North America.  Southeastern Naturalist 1(2):95–130.

Ruez, D. R.  2002.  Mammalian taphonomy of the early Irvingtonian (late Pliocene) Inglis 1C fauna (Citrus County, Florida).  Southeastern Geology 41(3):159–168.

Sanders, A. E.  2002.  Additions to the Pleistocene mammal faunas of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia.  Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 92(5):1–152.

Webb, S. D., and C. A. Hemmings.  2002.  Ivory and bone tools from late Pleistocene deposits in the Aucilla and Wacissa River, north-central Florida.  Pp. 1–8 in B. A. Purdy (ed.), Enduring Records: The Environmental and Cultural Heritage of Wetlands, Oxbow Books, Oxford.

2003

Alvarenga, H. M. F., and E. Hφfling.  2003.  Systematic revision of the Phorusrhacidae (Aves: Ralliformes).  Papιis Avulsos de Zoologia, 43(4):55–91.

Czaplewski, N. J., G. S. Morgan, and T. Naeher.  2003.  Molossid bats from the late Tertiary of Florida with a review of the Tertiary Molossidae of North America.  Acta Chiropterologica 5(1):61–74.

Emslie, S. D., and C. Guerra Correa.  2003.  A new species of penguin (Spheniscidae: Spheniscus) and other birds from the late Pliocene of Chile.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 116(2):308–316.

Feranec, R. S.  2003.  Stable isotopes, hypsodonty, and the paleodiet of Hemiauchenia (Mammalia: Camelidae): a morphological specialization creating ecological generalization.  Paleobiology 29(2):230–242.

Hulbert, R. C.  2003.  Tapirus veroensis Sellards, 1918.  Fossil Species of Florida 2:1–14.

MacFadden, B. J., and G. S. Morgan.  2003.  New oreodont (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from the late Oligocene (early Arikareean) of Florida.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 279:368–396.

Martin, R. A., L. Duobinis-Gray, and C. P. Crockett.  2003.  A new species of early Pleistocene Synaptomys (Mammalia, Rodentia) from Florida and its relevance to southern bog lemming origins.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23(4):917–936.

McDonald, H. Gregory.  2003.  Xenarthran skeletal anatomy: primitive or derived?  Senckenbergiana Biologica 83:5–17.

Mihlbachler, M. C.  2003.  Demography of late Miocene rhinoceroses (Teleoceras proterum and Aphelops malacorhinus) from Florida: linking mortality and sociality in fossil assemblages.  Paleobiology 29(3):412–428

Morgan, G. S., and N. J. Czaplewski.  2003.  A new bat (Chiroptera: Natalidae) from the early Miocene of Florida, with comments on natalid phylogeny.  Journal of Mammalogy 84(2):729–752.

Morgan, G. S., and L. Wilkens.  2003.  The extinct rodent Clidomys (Heptaxodontidae) from a late Quaternary cave deposit in Jamaica.  Caribbean Journal of Science 39(1):34–41.

O’Sullivan, J. A.  2003.  A new species of Archaeohippus (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Arikareean of central Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23(4):877–885.

Webb, S. D., B. L. Beatty, and G. Poinar, Jr.  2003.  New evidence of Miocene Protoceratidae including a new species from Chiapas, Mexico.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 279:348–367.

2004

Baez, A. M., and L. Nicoli.  2004.  Bufonid toads from the late Oligocene Beds of Salla, Bolivia.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24(1):73-79.

Feranec, R. S.  2004.  Geographic variation in the diet of hypsodont herbivores from the Rancholabrean of Florida.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 207(3–4):359–369.

Jimιnez-Hildalgo, E, O. Carranza-Casteρeda, and M. Montellano-Ballesteros.  2004.  A Pliocene record of Capromeryx (Mammalia, Antilocapridae) in Mexico.  Journal of Paleontology 78(6):1179–1186.

MacFadden, B. J., P. L. Higgins, M. T. Clementz, and D. S. Jones.  2004.  Diets, habitat preferences, and niche differentiation of Cenozoic sirenians from Florida: evidence from stable isotopes.  Paleobiology 30(2):297–324.

MacFadden, B. J., J. Labs–Hochstein, I. Quitmyer, and D. S. Jones.  2004.  Incremental growth and diagenesis of skeletal parts of the lamnoid shark Otodus obliquus from the early Eocene (Ypresian) of Morocco. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 206(3–4):179–192.

Missimer, T. M., and A. E. Tobias.  2004.  Geology and paleontology of a Caloosahatchee Formation deposit near Lehigh, Florida.  Florida Scientist 67(1):48–62.

Morlo, M., S. Peigne, and D. Nagel.  2004.  A new species of Prosansanosmilus: implications for the systematic relationships of the family Barbourofelidae new rank (Carnivora, Mammalia).  Zoological Journal of the Linnaen Society 140:43–61.

Pregill, G. K., and D. W. Steadman.  2004.  A systematic reassessment and paleogeographic review of fossil Xenarthra from Peru.   Bulletin de l’Institut Franηais d’Etudes Andines 33(2):331-377.

Pujos, F., and R. Salas.  2004.  South Pacific iguanas: human impacts and a new species.  Journal of Herpetology 38(1):15-21.

Semprebon, G., C. Janis, and N. Solounias.  2004.  The diets of the Dromomerycidae (Mammalia: Artiodactyla) and their response to Miocene vegetational change.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24(2):427–444.

Shockey, B. J., and F. Anaya Daza.  2004.  Pyrotherium macfaddeni, sp. nov. (late Oligocene, Bolivia) and the pedal morphology of pyrotheres.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24(2):481–488.

Underwood, C. J., and S. F. Mitchell.  2004.  Sharks, bony fish, and endodental borings from the Miocene Montpelier Formation (White Limestone Group) of Jamaica.  Cainozoic Research 3(1-2):157-165.

Webb, S. D., R. W. Graham, A. D. Barnosky, C. J. Bell, R. Franz, E. A. Hadly, E. L. Lundelius, H. G. McDonald, R. A. Martin, H. A. Semken, and D. W. Steadman.  2004.  Vertebrate paleontology.  Pp. 519–538 in A. R. Gillespie, S. C. Porter, and B. F. Atwater (eds.), Developments in Quaternary Science 1, The Quaternary Period in the United States.  Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Webb, S. D. & J. Meachen.  2004.  On the origin of lamine Camelidae including a new genus from the late Miocene of the High Plains.  Bulletin of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 36:349–362.

2005

Baskin, J. A.  2005.  Carnivora from the late Miocene Love Bone Bed of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):413–434.

Christiansen, P., and J. M. Harris.  2005.  Body size of Smilodon (Mammalia: Felidae).  Journal of Morphology 266:369–384.

Domning, D. P.  2005.  Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean region. VII. Pleistocene Trichechus manatus Linnaeus, 1758.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3):675–701.

Feranec, R. S.  2005.  Growth rate and duration of growth in the adult canine of Smilodon gracilis, and inferences on diet through stable isotope analysis.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):369–377.

Franz, R., and I. R. Quitmyer  2005.  A fossil and zooarchaeological history of the gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) in the southeastern United States.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):179–199.

Gould, G. C., and I. R. Quitmyer  2005.  Titanis walleri: bones of contention.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):201–229.

Green, J. L.  2005.  Functional morphology and wear patterns of American mastodon (Mammut americanum) mandibular tusks: an aid in feeding?  Current Research in the Pleistocene 22:71–73.

Green, J. L., and R. C. Hulbert.  2005.  The deciduous premolars of Mammut americanum (Mammalia, Proboscidea).  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3):702–715.

Green, J. L., G. M. Semprebon, and N. Solounias.  2005.  Reconstructing the paleodiet of Florida Mammut americanum via low–magnification stereomicroscopy.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 223(2005):34–48.

Hayes, F. G.  2005.  Arikareean (Oligocene-Miocene) Herpetotherium (Marsupialia, Didelphidae) from Nebraska and Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):335–353.

Hulbert, R. C.  2005.  Late Miocene Tapirus (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Florida, with description of a new species, Tapirus webbi.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):465–494.

Hulbert, R. C., N. J. Czaplewski, and S. D. Webb.  2005.  New records of Pseudhipparion simpsoni (Mammalia, Equidae) from the late Hemphillian of Oklahoma and Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3):737–740.

Kirby, M. X., and B. J. MacFadden.  2005.  Was southern Central America an archipelago or a peninsula in the middle Miocene?  A test using land-mammal body size. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 228:193–202.

Lambert, W. D.  2005.  The microstructure of proboscidean ivory and its applications to the subordinal identification of isolated ivory specimens.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):521–530.

MacFadden, B. J.  2005.  Diet and habitat of toxodont megaherbivores (Mammalia, Notoungulata) from the late Quaternary of South and Central America.  Quaternary Research 64:113–124.

McDonald, H. G.  2005.  Paleoecology of extinct xenarthrans and the Great American Biotic Interchange.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):313–333.

Meachen, J. A.  2005.  A new species of Hemiauchenia (Artiodactyla, Camelidae) from the late Blancan of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):435–447.

Meylan, P. A.  2005.  Late Pliocene anurans from Inglis 1A, Citrus County, Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):171–178.

Mihlbachler, M. C.  2005.  Linking sexual dimorphism and sociality in rhinoceroses: insights from Teleoceras proterum and Aphelops malacorhinus from the late Miocene of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):495–520.

Morgan, G. S.  2005.  The Great American Biotic Interchange in Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):271–311.

O’Sullivan, J. A.  2005.  Population dynamics of Archaeohippus blackbergi (Mammalia; Equidae) from the Miocene Thomas Farm fossil site of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):449–463.

Prothero, D. R.  2005.  The Evolution of North American Rhinoceroses.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 218 p.

Ray, C. E.  2005.  An idiosyncratic history of Floridian vertebrate paleontology.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):143–170.

Reguero, M. A., and E. Cerdeρo.  2005.  New late Oligocene Hegetotheriidae (Mammalia, Notoungulata) from Salla, Bolivia.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3):674–684.

Ruez, D. R.  2005.  Earliest record of Palaeolama (Mammalia, Camelidae) with comments on “Palaeolama” guanajuatensis.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3):741–744.

Salas, R., F. Pujos, and C. de Muizon.  2005.  Ossified meniscus and cyamo-fabella in some fossil sloths: a morpho-functional interpretation.  Geobios 38(3):389–394.

Shockey, B. J.  2005.  New leontinidids (Class Mammalia, Order Notoungulata, Family Leontiniidae) from the Salla Beds of Bolivia (Deseadan, late Oligocene).  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):249–260.

Soibelzon, L. H., E. P. Tonni, and M. Bond.  2005.  The fossil record of South American short-faced bears (Ursidae, Tremarctinae).  Journal of South American Earth Sciences 20:105–113.

Steadman, D. W., P. S. Martin, R. D. E. MacPhee, A. J. T. Jull, H. G. McDonald, C. A. Woods, M. Iturralde-Vinett, and G. W. L. Hodgins.  2005.  Asynchronous extinction of late Quaternary sloths on continents and islands.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 102(33):11763–11768.

Wing, S. L., G. J. Harrington, F. A. Smith, J. I. Bloch, D. M. Boyer, and K. H. Freeman.  2005.  Transient floral change and rapid global warming at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary.  Science 310:993–996.

2006

Bargo, M. S., G. De Iuliis, and S. F. Vizcano.  2006.  Hypsodonty in Pleistocene ground sloths.  Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 51(1):53–61.

Feranec, R. S., and B. J. MacFadden.  2006.  Isotopic discrimination of resource partitioning among ungulates in C3-dominated communities from the Miocene of Florida and California.  Paleobiology 32(2):191–205.

Fisher, D. C., and D. L. Fox.  2006.  Five years in the life of an Aucilla River mastodon.  Pp. 343-377 in S. D. Webb (ed.), First Floridians and Last Mastodons: the Page-Ladson Site in the Aucilla River.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

Fox-Dobbs, K., T. A. Stidham, G. J. Bowen, S. D. Emslie, and P. L. Koch.  2006.  Dietary controls on extinction versus survival among avian megafauna in the late Pleistocene.  Geology 34(8):685–688.

Hill, R. V.  2006.  Comparative anatomy and histology of xenarthran osteoderms.  Journal of Morphology 267:1441–1460.

Hoppe, K. A., and P. L. Koch.  2006.  The biogeochemistry of the Aucilla River fauna.  Pp. 379–401 in S. D. Webb (ed.), First Floridians and Last Mastodons: the Page-Ladson Site in the Aucilla River.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

Hulbert, R. C., and F. C. Whitmore.  2006.  Late Miocene mammals from the Mauvilla local fauna, Alabama.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 46(1):1–28.

Green, J. L.  2006.  Chronoclinal variation and sexual dimorphism in Mammut americanum (American mastodon) from the Pleistocene of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 46(2):29–59.

Labs-Hochstein, J., and B. J. MacFadden.  2006.  Quantification of diagenesis in Cenozoic sharks: elemental and mineralogical changes.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70:4921–4932.

Lambert, W. D. 2006. Functional convergence of ecosystems: evidence from body mass distributions of North American late Miocene mammal faunas. Ecosystems 9:97–118

MacPhee, R. D. E., and J. Meldrum.  2006.  Postcranial remains of the extinct monkeys of the Greater Antilles, with evidence for semiterrestriality in Paralouatta.  American Museum Novitates 3516:1–65.

MacFadden, B. J.  2006.  North American Miocene land mammals from Panama.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(3):720–734.

Newsom, L. A., and M. C. Mihlbachler.  2006.  Mastodons (Mammut americanum) diet foraging patterns based on analysis of dung deposits.  Pp. 263–331 in S. D. Webb (ed.), First Floridians and Last Mastodons: the Page-Ladson Site in the Aucilla River.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

Peres, T., and E. K. Simons.  2006.  Early Holocene vertebrate paleontology.  Pp. 461–470 in S. D. Webb (ed.), First Floridians and Last Mastodons: the Page-Ladson Site in the Aucilla River.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

Webb, S. D.  2006.  Mastodon tusk recovery.  Pp. 333–341 in S. D. Webb (ed.), First Floridians and Last Mastodons: the Page-Ladson Site in the Aucilla River.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

Webb, S. D.  2006.  Conclusions.  Pp. 545–551 in S. D. Webb (ed.), First Floridians and Last Mastodons: the Page-Ladson Site in the Aucilla River.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

Webb, S. D., and E. K. Simons.  2006.  Vertebrate paleontology.  Pp. 215–246 in S. D. Webb (ed.), First Floridians and Last Mastodons: the Page-Ladson Site in the Aucilla River.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

2007

Christiansen, P., and J. S. Adolfsson.  2007.  Osteology and ecology of Megantereon cultridens SE311 (Mammalia, Felidae; Machairodontinae), a sabrecat from the late Pliocene – early Pleistocene of Senιze, France.  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 151(3):833–884.

Croft, D. A.  2007.  The middle Miocene (Laventan) Quebrada Honda Fauna, southern Bolivia and a description of its notoungulates.  Palaeontology 50(1):277–303.

Domning, D. P., and B. P. Beatty.  2007.  Use of tusks in feeding by dugongid sirenians: observations and tests of hypotheses.  The Anatomical Record 290:523–538.

Ehret, D. J.  2007.  Skeletochronology: a method for determining the individual age and growth of modern and fossil tortoises (Reptilia: Testudines).  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 47(2):49–72.

Feranec, R. S.  2007.  Ecological generalization during adaptive radiation:  evidence from Neogene mammals.  Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:555–577

Grawe DeSantis, L., and B. J. MacFadden.  2007.  Identifying forested environments in Deep Time using fossil tapirs: evidence from evolutionary morphology and stable isotopes.  Courier Forschung-Institut Senkenberg 258:147–157.

Labs Hochstein, J.  2007.  A new species of Zodiolestes (Mammalia, Mustelidae) from the early Miocene of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27(2):532–534.

MacFadden, B. J., J. Labs-Hochstein, R. C. Hulbert, and J. A. Baskin.  2007.  Revised age of the late Neogene terror bird (Titanis) in North America during the Great American Interchange.  Geology 35(2):123–126.

Pujos, F., G. de Iuliis, C. Argot, and L. Werdelin.  2007.  A peculiar climbing Megalonychidae from the Pleistocene of Peru and its implication for sloth history.  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 149:179–235.

Shockey, B. J., D. A. Croft, and F. Anaya.  2007.  Analysis of function in the absence of extant functional homologues: a case study using mesotheriid notoungulates (Mammalia).  Paleobiology 33(2):227–247.

Schutz, H., and R. P. Guralnick.  2007.  Postcranial element shape and function:  assessing locomotor mode in extant and extinct mustelid carnivorans.  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 150:895–914.

Snyder, D.  2007.  Morphology and systematics of two Miocene alligators from Florida, with a discussion of Alligator biogeography.  Journal of Paleontology 81(5):917–928.

Steadman, D. W., R. Franz, G. S. Morgan, N. A. Aubury, B. Kakuk, K. Broad, S. E. Franz, K. Tinker, M. P. Pateman, T. A. Lott, D. M. Jarzen, and D. L. Dilcher.  2007.  Exceptionally well preserved late Quaternary plant and vertebrate fossils from a blue hole on Abaco, The Bahamas.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(50):19897–19902.

Uhen, M. D., and N. D. Pyenson.  2007.  Diversity estimates, biases, and historiographic effects: resolving cetacean diversity in the Tertiary.  Palaeontologia Electronica 10(2); 11A:22p, 754 KB <http://palaeontologia-electronica.org/paleo/2007_2/00123/index.html>.

Zanazzo, A., M. J. Kohn, B. J. MacFadden, and D. O. Terry.  2007.  Large temperature drop across the Eocene-Oligocene transition in central North America.  Nature 445:639–642.

2008

Bhullar, B.-A. S., and K. T. Smith.  2008.  Helodermatid lizard from the Miocene of Florida, the evolution of the dentary in Helodermatidae, and comments on dentary morphology in Varanoidea.  Journal of Herpetology 42(2):286–302.

Billet, G., C. de Muizon, and B. Mamani Quispe.  2008.  Late Oligocene mesotheriids (Mammalia, Notoungulata) from Salla and Lacayani (Bolivia): implications for basal mesotheriid phylogeny and distribution.  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 152(1):153–200.

De Iuliis, G., D. Brandoni, and G. J. Scillato-Yanι.  2008.  New remains of Megathericulus patagonicus Ameghino, 1904 (Xenarthra, Megatheriidae): information on primitive features of megatheres.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28(1):181-196.

DeSantis, L. R.G., and S. C. Wallace.  2008.  Neogene forests from the Appalachians of Tennessee, USA: geochemical evidence from fossil mammal teeth.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 266:59–68.

Domning, D. P., and O. Aguilera.  2008.  Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean Region.  VIII. Nanosiren garciae, gen. et sp. nov. and Nanosiren sanchezi, sp. nov.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28(2):479–500.

Eshelman, R. E., and F. C. Whitmore, Jr.  2008.  Early Pliocene (late Hemphillian) land mammals from the Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina.  Pp. 17–38 in C. E. Ray, D. J. Bohaska, I. A. Koretsky, L. W. Ward, and L. G. Barnes (eds.), Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, IV.  Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication 14, Martinsville.

Hitz, R. B., G. Billet, and D. Derryberry.  2008.  New interatheres (Mammalia, Notoungulata) from the late Oligocene Salla Beds of Bolivia.  Journal of Paleontology 82(3):447–469.

Kirby, M. X., D. S. Jones, and B. J. MacFadden.  2008.  Lower Miocene stratigraphy along the Panama Canal and its bearing on the Central American Peninsula. PLoS ONE 3(7):e2791, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002791.

Kirby, M. X. and B. J. MacFadden. 2008. Was southern Central America an archipelago or a peninsula in the middle Miocene? A test using land-mammal body size.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 228:193–202.

Kohno, N., and C. E. Ray.  2008.  Pliocene walruses from the Yorktown Formation of Virginia and North Carolina, and a systematic revision of the North Atlantic Pliocene walruses.  Pp. 39–80 in C. E. Ray, D. J. Bohaska, I. A. Koretsky, L. W. Ward, and L. G. Barnes (eds.), Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, IV.  Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication 14, Martinsville.

Koretsky, I. A., and C. E. Ray.  2008.  Phocidae of the Pliocene of eastern U.S.A.  Pp. 81–139 in C. E. Ray, D. J. Bohaska, I. A. Koretsky, L. W. Ward, and L. G. Barnes (eds.), Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, IV.  Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication 14, Martinsville.

Lucas, S. G.  2008.  Cuvieronius (Mammalia, Proboscidea) from the Neogene of Florida.  Pp. 31–38 in S. G. Lucas, G. S. Morgan, J. A. Spielmann, and D. R. Prothero (eds.), Neogene Mammals.  New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, Bulletin 44.

Lucas, S. G., and G. S. Morgan.  2008.  Taxonomy of Rhynchotherium (Mammalia, Proboscidea) from the Miocene-Pliocene of North America.  Pp. 71–87 in S. G. Lucas, G. S. Morgan, J. A. Spielmann, and D. R. Prothero (eds.), Neogene Mammals.  New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, Bulletin 44.

MacFadden, B. J.  2008.  Geographic variation in diets of ancient populations of 5-million-year-old (early Pliocene) horses from southern North America.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 266:83–94.

Morgan, G. S.  2008.  Vertebrate fauna and geochronology of the Great American Biotic Interchange in North America.  Pp. 93–140 in S. G. Lucas, G. S. Morgan, J. A. Spielmann, and D. R. Prothero (eds.), Neogene Mammals.  New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, Bulletin 44.

Morgan, G. S., P. L. Sealey, and S. G. Lucas.  2008.  Late Pliocene (late Blancan) vertebrate faunas from Pearson Mesa, Duncan Basin, southwestern New Mexico and southeastern Arizona.  Pp. 141–140 in S. G. Lucas, G. S. Morgan, J. A. Spielmann, and D. R. Prothero (eds.), Neogene Mammals.  New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, Bulletin 44.

Morgan, G. S., and R. C. Hulbert.  2008.  Cenozoic vertebrate fossils from paleokarst deposits in Florida.  Pp. 248–271 in L. J. Florea (ed.), Caves and Karst of Florida; A Guidebook for the 2008 NSS National Convention.  National Speleological Society, Huntsville, Alabama.

O’Sullivan, J. A.  2008.  Evolution of the proximal third phalanx in Oligocene-Miocene equids, and the utility of phalangeal indices in phylogeny reconstruction.  Pp. 159–165 in E. J. Sargis and M. Dagosto (eds.), Mammalian Evolutionary Morphology: A Tribute to Frederick S. Szalay.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

Portell, R. W., G. Hubbell, S. K. Donovan, J. L. Green, D. A. T. Harper, and R. Pickerill.  2008.  Miocene sharks in the Kendeace and Grand Bay formations of Carriacou, The Grenadines, Lesser Antilles.  Caribbean Journal of Science 44(3):279–286.

Prevosti, F. J., and B. S. Ferrero.  2008.  A Pleistocene giant river otter from Argentina: remarks on the fossil record and phylogenetic analysis.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28(4):1171–1181.

Prothero, D. R.  2008.  Systematics of the musk deer (Artiodactyla: Moschidae: Blastomerycinae) from the Miocene of North America.  Pp. 207–223 in S. G. Lucas, G. S. Morgan, J. A. Spielmann, and D. R. Prothero (eds.), Neogene Mammals.  New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, Bulletin 44.

Rincσn, A. D., R. S. White, and H. G. McDonald.  2008.  Late Pleistocene cingulates (Mammalia: Xenarthra) from Mene de Inciarte tar pits, Sierra de Perijα, western Venezuela.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28(1):197–207.

Shockey, B. J., and F. Anaya.  2008.  Postcranial osteology of mammals from Salla, Bolivia (late Oligocene): form, function, and phylogenetic implications.  Pp. 135–157 in E. J. Sargis and M. Dagosto (eds.), Mammalian Evolutionary Morphology: A Tribute to Frederick S. Szalay.  Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

Steadman, D. W.  2008.  Doves (Columbidae) and cuckoos (Cuculidae) from the early Miocene of Florida.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 47(2):49–72.

Wang, X.-M., and Σ. Carranza-Castaρeda.  2008.  Earliest hog-nosed skunk, Conepatus (Mephitidae, Carnivora), from the early Pliocene of Guanajuato, Mexico and origin of South American skunks.  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 154:386–407.

Webb, S. D.  2008.  Revision of the extinct Pseudoceratinae (Artiodactyla: Ruminantia: Gelocidae).  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 48(2):17–58.

Webb, S. D., R. C. Hulbert, G. S. Morgan, and H. F. Evans.  2008.  Terrestrial mammals of the Palmetto Fauna (early Pliocene, latest Hemphillian) from the Central Florida Phosphate District.  Pp. 293–312 in X. Wang and L. G. Barnes (eds.), Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Western and Southern North America.  Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Science Series, Number 41.

2009

Billet, G., B. Patterson, and C. de Muizon.  2009.  Craniodental anatomy of late Oligocene archaeohyracids (Notoungulata, Mammalia) from Bolivia and Argentina and new phylogenetic hypotheses.  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 155:458–509.

Croft, D. A., F. Anaya, D. Auerbach, C. Garzione, and B. J. MacFadden.  2009.  New data on Miocene Neotropical Provinciality from Cerdas, Bolivia.  Journal of Mammalian Evolution 16:175–198.

DeSantis, L. R. G., R. S. Feranec, and B. J. MacFadden.  2009.  Effects of global warming on ancient mammalian communities and their environments.  PLoS ONE 4(6):e5750. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005750.

Ehret, D. J., G. Hubbell, and B. J. MacFadden.  2009.  Exceptional preservation of the white shark Carcharodon (Lamniformes, Lamnidae) from the early Pliocene of Peru.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29(1):1–13.

Fields, S. E.  2009.  Hypsodonty in the Pleistocene ground sloth Megalonyx:  closing the “diastema” of data.  Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 54(1):155–158.

Franz, R., and S. E. Franz.  2009.  A new fossil land tortoise in the genus Chelonoidis (Testudines: Testudinidae) from the northern Bahamas, with an osteological assessment of other Neotropical tortoises.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 49(1):1–44.

Head, J., J. Bloch, A. Hastings, J. Bourque, E. Cadena, F. Herrera, P. Polly, and C. Jaramillo.  2009.  Giant boid snake from the Paleocene neotropics reveals hotter past equatorial temperatures.  Nature 457:715–718.

Hulbert, R. C., G. S. Morgan, and A. Kerner.  2009.  Collared peccary (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Tayassuidae, Pecari) from the Late Pleistocene of Florida; pp. 531–544 in L. B. Albright III (ed.), Papers on Geology, Vertebrate Paleontology, and Biostratigraphy in Honor of Michael O. Woodburne.  Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 65.  Flagstaff, Arizona.

Hulbert, R. C., S. C. Wallace, W. E. Klippel, and P. W. Parmalee.  2009.  Cranial morphology and systematics of an extraordinary sample of the late Neogene dwarf tapir, Tapirus polkensis (Olsen).  Journal of Paleontology 83(2):238–262.

MacFadden, B. J.  2009.  Three-toed browsing horse Anchitherium (Equidae) from the Miocene of Panama.  Journal of Paleontology 83(3):489–492.

MacFadden, B. J.  2009.  Did Bison occur in the late Pliocene (late Blancan) of Florida? Evidence from rare earth element analysis; pp. 371-381 in L. B. Albright III (ed.), Papers on Geology, Vertebrate Paleontology, and Biostratigraphy in Honor of Michael O. Woodburne.  Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 65.  Flagstaff, Arizona.

MacFadden, B. J., and R. C. Hulbert.  2009.  Calibration of mammoth (Mammuthus) dispersal into North America using rare earth elements of Plio-Pleistocene mammals from Florida.  Quaternary Research 71(1):41–48.

Martin, R. A., F. Marcolini, and F. Grady.  2009.  The early Pleistocene Hamilton Cave muskrats and a review of muskrat size change through the late Neogene.  Paludicola 7(2):61–66.

McDonald, H. G., and E. L. Lundelius  2009.  The giant ground sloth Eremotherium laurillardi (Xenarthra, Megatheriidae) in Texas; pp. 407-555 in L. B. Albright III (ed.), Papers on Geology, Vertebrate Paleontology, and Biostratigraphy in Honor of Michael O. Woodburne.  Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 65.  Flagstaff, Arizona.

Porpino, K. O., J. C. Fernicola, and L. P. Bergqvist.  2009.  A new cingulate (Mammalia: Xenarthra), Pachyarmatherium brasiliense sp. nov., from the late Pleistocene of northeastern Brazil.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29(3):881–893.

Rincσn, A. D., and R. S. White.  2009.  Los Xenarthra Cingulata del Pleistoceno tardio (Lujanense) de Cerro Misiσn, estado Falcσn, Venezuela.  Boletνn de la Sociedad Venezolana de Espeleologνa  41:2–12.

Russell, D. A., F. J. Rich, V. Schneider, and J. Lynch-Stieglitz.  2009.  A warm thermal enclave in the Late Pleistocene of the South-eastern United States.  Biological Reviews 84:173–202.

Tedford, R. H., X.-M. Wang, and B. E. Taylor. 2009. Phylogenetic systematics of the North American fossil Caninae (Carnivora: Canidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 325:1–218.

2010

Beatty, B. L.  2010.  A new aletomerycine (Artiodactyla, Palaeomerycidae) from the early Miocene of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 84(2):613-617.

Cadena, E. A., J. I. Bloch, and C. A. Jaramillo.  2010.  New podocnemidid turtle (Testudines: Pleurodira) from the middle-upper Paleocene of South America.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 84(2):367-382.

Chester, S. G. B., J. I. Bloch, R. Secord, and D. M. Boyer.  2010.  A new small-bodied species of Palaeonictis (Creodonta, Oxyaenidae) from the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum.  Journal of Mammalian Evolution 17:227-243.

Eagle, R. A., E. A. Schauble, A. K. Tripati, T. Tόtken, R. C. Hulbert, and J. M. Eiler.  2010.  Body temperatures of modern and extinct vertebrates from 13C-18O bond abundances in bioapatite.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(23):10377–10382.

Hastings, A. K, J. I. Bloch, E. Cadena, and C. A. Jaramillo.  2010.  A new small short-snouted dyrosaurid (Crocodylomorpha, Mesoeucrocodylia) from the Paleocene of northeastern Colombia.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 84(1):51-65.

Hodnett, J.-P.  2010.  A machairodont felid (Mammalia: Carnivora; Felidae) from the latest Hemphillian (late Miocene/early Pliocene) Bidahochi Formation, northeastern Arizona.  PaleoBios 29(3):76–91.

Hulbert Jr., R. C.  2010.  A new early Pleistocene tapir (Mammalia: Perissodactyla) from Florida, with a review of Blancan tapirs from the state.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 49(3):67–126.

Jimιnez-Hidalgo, E., and O. Carranza-Castaρeda.  2010.  Blancan camelids from San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Central Mιxico.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 84(1):79–87.

MacFadden, B. J., L. R. G. DeSantis, J. Labs Hochstein, and G. D. Kamenov.  2010.  Physical properties, geochemistry, and diagenesis of xenarthran teeth: prospects for interpreting the paleoecology of extinct species.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 291(3–4):180–189.

MacFadden, B. J., M. X. Kirby, A. Rincon, C. Montes, S. Moron, N. Strong, and C. A. Jaramillo.  2010.  Extinct peccary ‘‘Cynorca’’ occidentale (Tayassuidae, Tayassuinae) from the Miocene of Panama and correlations to North America.  Journal of Paleontology 84(2):288–298.

Mathis, J. E., and B. J. MacFadden.  2010.  Quantifying Leptomeryx (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) enamel surface area across the Eocene-Oligocene transition in Nebraska.  Palaios 25(10):682–687.

Morgan, G. S., and S. D. Emslie.  2010.  Tropical and western influences in vertebrate faunas from the Pliocene and Pleistocene of Florida.  Quaternary International 217:143–158.

Mφrs, T., and R. C. Hulbert Jr.  2010.  Anchitheriomys Roger, 1898 or Amblycastor Matthew, 1918 (Rodentia, Castoridae)? Taxonomic implications of a mandible from the Miocene of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30(6):1899–1902.

Pimiento, C., D. J. Ehret, B. J. MacFadden, and G. Hubbell.  2010.  Ancient nursery area for the extinct giant shark megalodon from the Miocene of Panama.  PLoS ONE 5(5):e10552. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010552 .

Schubert, B. W., R. C. Hulbert, Jr., B. J. MacFadden, M. Searle, and S. Searle.  2010.  Giant short-faced bears (Arctodus simus) in Pleistocene Florida USA, a substantial range extension.  Journal of Paleontology 84(1):79–87.

Sinibaldi, R. W.  2010.  What Your Fossils Can Tell You: Vertebrate Morphology, Pathology, and Cultural Modification.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville, 369 p.

Townsend, B., and D. A. Croft.  2010.  Middle Miocene mesotheriine diversity at Cerdas, Bolivia and a reconsideration of Plesiotypotherium minus.  Palaeontologia Electronica 13(1); 1A: 36 p.

Tseng, Z. J., Takeuchi, G. T. and Wang, X.  2010.  Discovery of the upper dentition of Barbourofelis whitfordi (Nimravidae, Carnivora) and an evaluation of the genus in California.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30(1):244–254.

Tyrberg, T.  2010.  Avifaunal responses to warm climate: the message from last interglacial faunas.  Pp. 193–205 in W.E. Boles and T.H. Worthy, eds., Proceedings of the VII International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution. Records of the Australian Museum 62(1).

Uhen, M. D., A. G. Coates, C. A. Jaramillo, C. Montes, C. Pimiento, A. Rincon, N. Strong, and J. Velez-Juarbe.  2010.  Marine mammals from the Miocene of Panama.  Journal of South American Earth Sciences 30(3–4):167–175.

2011

Billet, G., and T. Martin.  2011.  No evidence for an afrotherian-like delayed dental eruption in South American notoungulates.  Naturwissenschaften 98:509–517.

Bourque, J. R.  2011.  Reassessment of a putative fossil stinkpot (Kinosternidae: Sternotherus) from the late Miocene (Clarendonian) of Kansas.  Journal of Herpetology 45(2):234–237.

Croft, D. A., J. M. H. Chick, and F. Anaya.  2011.  New middle Miocene caviomorph rodents from Quebrada Honda, Bolivia.  Journal of Mammalian Evolution 18:245–268.

Ehret, D. J. and J. R. Bourque.  2011.  An extinct map turtle Graptemys (Testudines, Emydidae) from the late Pleistocene of Florida.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31(3):575–587.

Hastings, A. K, J. I. Bloch, and C. A. Jaramillo  2011.  A new longirostrine dyrosaurid (Crocodylomorpha, Mesoeucrocodylia) from the Paleocene of north-eastern Colombia: biogeographic and behavioural implications for New-World Dyrosauridae.  Palaeontology 54(5):1095–1116.

Holanda, E. C., J, Ferigolo, and A. M. Ribeiro.  2011.  New Tapirus species (Mammalia: Perissodactyla: Tapiridae) from the upper Pleistocene of Amazonia, Brazil.  Journal of Mammalogy 92(1):111–120.

Hunt, R. M.  2011.  Evolution of large carnivores during the mid-Cenozoic of North America: the Temnocyonine radiation (Mammalia, Amphicyonidae).  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 358:1–153.

Martin, L. D., J. P. Babiarz, and V. L. Naples.  2011.  The osteology of a cookie-cutter cat, Xenosmilus hodsonae.  Pp. 43–97 in V. L. Naples, L. D. Martin, and J. P. Babiarz, eds., The Other Saber-Tooths. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland..

Oswald, J. A., and D. W. Steadman.  2011.  Late Pleistocene passerine birds from Sonora, Mexico.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 301:56–63.

Pujos, F., G. De Iuliis, and B. Mamani Quispe.  2011.  Hiskatherium saintandrei, gen. et sp. nov.: an unusual sloth from the Santacrucian of Quebrada Honda (Bolivia) and an overview of middle Miocene, small megatherioids.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31(5):1131–1149.

Purdy, B. A. K. S. Jones, J. J. Mecholsky, G. Bourne, R. C. Hulbert, Jr., B. J. MacFadden, K. L. Church, M. W. Warren, T. F. Jorstad, D. J. Stanford, M. J. Wachowiak, and R. J. Speakman.  2011.  Earliest art in the Americas: incised image of a proboscidean on a mineralized extinct animal bone from Vero Beach, Florida.  Journal of Archaeological Science 38:2908–2913.

Rincσn, A. D.  2011.  New remains of Mixotoxodon larensis Van Frank 1957 (Mammalia: Notoungulata) from Mene de Inciarte tar pit, northwestern Venezuela.  Interciencia 36(12):894–899.

Rincσn, A. D., F. J. Prevosti, and G. E. Parra.  2011.  New saber-toothed cat records (Felidae: Machairodontinae) for the Pleistocene of Venezuela, and the Great American Biotic Interchange.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31(2): 468–478.

Ruez Jr., D. R.  2011.  Variation in the lower dentition of a late Blancan (late Pliocene) cotton rat (Sigmodon curtisi).  Palaeontologia Electronica 14(3):34A:9p; palaeo-electronica.org/2011_3/13_ruez/index.html

Shockey, B. J. and F. Anaya.  2011.  Grazing in a new late Oligocene mylodontid sloth and a mylodontid radiation as a component of the Eocene-Oligocene Faunal Turnover and the early spread of grasslands/savannas in South America.  Journal of Mammalian Evolution 18:101–115.

2012

Bourque, J. R.  2012.  An extinct mud turtle of the Kinosternon flavescens group (Testudines, Kinosternidae) from the middle Miocene of New Mexico.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32(1):68–81.

Bourque, J. R.  2012.  A fossil mud turtle (Testudines, Kinosternidae) from the early middle Miocene (early Barstovian) of New Mexico.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32(4):836–853.

Bourque, J. R.  2012.  Fossil Kinosternidae from the Oligocene and Miocene of Florida, USA.  Pp. 459–475 in D. B. Brinkman, P. A. Holroyd, and J. D. Gardner (eds.), Morphology and Evolution of Turtles. Springer Science+Business Media, Dordrecht.

Cadena, E., J. R. Bourque, A. F. Rincσn, J. I. Bloch, C. A. Jaramillo and B. J. MacFadden.  2012.  New turtles (Chelonia) from the late Eocene through late Miocene of the Panama Canal Basin.  Journal of Paleontology 86(3):539–557.

Cadena, E. A., D. T. Ksepka, C. A. Jaramillo, and J. I. Bloch.  2012.  New pelomedusoid turtles from the late Palaeocene Cerrejσn Formation of Colombia and their implications for phylogeny and body size evolution.  Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 10(2):313–331.

Czaplewski, N. J.  2012.  A Mylagaulus (Mammalia, Rodentia) with nasal horns from the Miocene (Clarendonian) of western Oklahoma.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32(1):139–150.

Czaplewski, N. J., and G. S. Morgan.  2012.  New basal noctilionoid bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from the Oligocene of subtropical North America.  Pp. 162–209 in G. F. Gunnell and N. B. Simons (eds.), Evolutionary History of Bats: Fossils, Molecules, and Morphology. Cambridge University Press, New York.

Dooley Jr., A. C., and N. D. Moncrief.  2012.  A Fluorescence provides evidence of congenital erythropoietic porphyria in 7000-year-old specimens of the eastern fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) from the Devil’s Den.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32(2):495–497.

MacFadden, B. J., B. A. Purdy, K. Church, and T. W. Stafford Jr.  2012.  Humans were contemporaneous with late Pleistocene mammals in Florida: evidence from rare earth elemental analyses.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32(3):708–716.

Meachen-Samuels, J. A.  2012.  Morphological convergence of the prey-killing arsenal of sabertooth predators.  Paleobiology 38(1):1–14.

Mead, J. I., B. W. Schubert, S. C. Wallace, and S. L. Swift.  2012.  Helodermatid lizard from the Mio-Pliocene oak-hickory forest of Tennessee, eastern USA, and a review of monstersaurian osteoderms.  Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 57(1):111–121.

Morgan, G. S. , and N. J. Czaplewski.  2012.  Evolutionary history of the Neotropical Chiroptera: the fossil record.  Pp. 105–161 in G. F. Gunnell and N. B. Simons (eds.), Evolutionary History of Bats: Fossils, Molecules, and Morphology. Cambridge University Press, New York.

Rincσn, A. F., J. I. Bloch, C. Suarez, B. J. MacFadden, and C. A. Jaramillo.  2012.  New floridatragulines (Mammalia, Camelidae) from the early Miocene Las Cascadas Formation, Panama.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32(2):456–475.

Shockey, B. J., J. J. Flynn, D. A. Croft, P. Gans, and A. R. Wyss.  2012.  New leontiniid Notoungulata (Mammalia) from Chile and Argentina: comparative anatomy, character analysis, and phylogenetic hypotheses.  American Museum Novitates, No. 3737, 64 p.

Secord, R., J. I. Bloch, S. G. B. Chester, D. M. Boyer, A. R. Wood, S. L. Wing, M. J. Kraus, F. A. McInerney, and J. Krigbaum.  2012.  Evolution of the earliest horses driven by climate change in the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum.  Science 335:959–962.

Velez-Juarbe J., D. P. Domning, and N. D. Pyenson.  2012.  Iterative evolution of sympatric seacow (Dugongidae, Sirenia) assemblages during the past ~26 million years.  PLoS ONE 7(2): e31294. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031294

Vera, B.  2012.  Postcranial morphology of Notopithecus Ameghino, 1897 (Notoungulata, Interatheriidae) from the middle Eocene of Patagonia, Argentina.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32(5):1135–1148.

Wolf, D., D. C. Kalthoff, and P. M. Sander.  2012.  Osteoderm histology of the Pampatheriidae (Cingulata, Xenarthra, Mammalia): Implications for systematics, osteoderm growth, and biomechanical adaptation.  Journal of Morphology 273(4):388–404.