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The following bibliography represents a selection of peer-reviewed contributions by present and former staff of the Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville. Citations are not necessarily in order by date published and do not represent the complete works of the individuals included.

  1. Brodkorb, P. 1952. The types of Lambrecht's fossil bird genera. Condor, 54(3): 174-175.
  2. Brodkorb, P. 1952. A new rail from the Pleistocene of Florida. Wilson Bulletin, 64(2): 80-82.
  3. Brodkorb, P. 1953. Pleistocene birds from Haile, Florida. Wilson Bulletin, 65(1): 49-50.
  4. Brodkorb, P. 1953. A Pliocene flamingo from Florida. Natural History Miscellanea (The Chicago Academy of Sciences), 124: 1-4.
  5. Brodkorb, P. 1953. A Pliocene gull from Florida. Wilson Bulletin, 65(2): 94-98.
  6. Brodkorb, P. 1953. Review of the Pliocene loons. Condor, 55(4): 211-214.
  7. Brodkorb, P. 1953. A Pliocene grebe from Florida. Annals and Magazine Natural History, 12(6): 953-954.
  8. Brodkorb, P. 1954. A chachalaca from the Miocene of Florida. Wilson Bulletin, 66(3): 180-183.
  9. Brodkorb, P. 1954. Another new rail from the Pleistocene of Florida. Condor, 56(2): 103-104.
  10. Auffenberg, W. 1955. The status of the fossil snake, Coluber acuminatus Cope. Copeia, 1955(1): 65-67.
  11. Goin, C.J. and W. Auffenberg. 1955. The fossil salamanders of the family Sirenidae. Bulletin Museum Comparative Zoology, 113(7): 497-514.
  12. Brodkorb, P. 1955. The avifauna of the Bone Valley Formation. Florida Geological Survey, Report of Investigations, 14: 1-57.
  13. Brodkorb, P. 1955. Pleistocene birds from Eichelberger Cave, Florida. Auk, 73(1): 136-137.
  14. Auffenberg, W. 1956. Additional records of Pleistocene lizards from Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 19(2-3): 157-167.
  15. Bader, R.S. 1956. A quantitative study of the Equidae of the Thomas Farm Miocene. Bulletin Museum of Comparative Zoology, 115(2): 49-78.
  16. Neill, W.T., H.J. Gut, and P. Brodkorb. 1956. Animal remains from four preceramic sites in Florida. American Antiquity, 21(4): 383-395.
  17. Brodkorb, P. 1956. Pleistocene birds from Crystal Springs, Florida. Wilson Bulletin, 68(2): 158.
  18. Brodkorb, P. 1956. Two new birds from the Miocene of Florida. Condor, 58(5): 367-370.
  19. Auffenberg, W. 1957. The status of the turtle Macroclemys floridana Hay. Herpetologica, l3(2): 123-126.
  20. Goin, C.J. and W. Auffenberg. 1957. A new fossil salamander of the genus Siren from the Eocene of Wyoming. Copeia, 1957(2): 83-85.
  21. Auffenberg, W. 1957. A new species of Bufo from the Pliocene of Florida. Quarterly Journal Florida Academy of Sciences, 20(1): 14-20.
  22. Auffenberg, W. 1957. Notes on fossil crocodilians from southeastern United States. Quarterly Journal Florida Academy of Sciences, 20(2): 107-113.
  23. 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.
  24. Bader, R.S. 1957. Two Pleistocene mammalian faunas from Alachua County, Florida. Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 2(5): 53-75.
  25. Brodkorb, P. 1957. New passerine birds from the Pleistocene of Reddick, Florida. Journal of Paleontology, 31(1): 129-138.
  26. Brodkorb, P. 1957. Birds (Part 5). Pp. 359-614, in W.F. Blair, A.P. Blair, F.R. Cagle, P. Brodkorb, and G.A. Moore (eds.), Vertebrates of the United States. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York.
  27. Brodkorb, P. 1957. Birds from the middle Pliocene of McKay, Oregon. Condor, 60(4): 252-255.
  28. Brodkorb, P. 1957. Fossil birds from Idaho. Wilson Bulletin, 70(3): 237-242.
  29. Auffenberg, W. 1958. A new genus of colubrid snake from the upper Miocene of North America. American Museum Novitates, 1874: 1-16.
  30. Auffenberg, W. 1958. The trunk musculature of Sanzina and its bearing on certain aspects of the myological evolution of snakes. Breviora, 82: 1-12.
  31. Auffenberg, W. 1958. Fossil turtles of the genus Terrapene in Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 3(2): 53-92.
  32. C.J. Goin and W. Auffenberg. 1958. New salamanders of the family Sirenidae from the Cretaceous of North America. Fieldiana, Geology, 10(33): 449-459.
  33. Auffenberg, W. 1958. A new family of Miocene salamanders from the Texas Coastal Plain. Quarterly Journal Florida Academy of Sciences, 21(2): 169-176.
  34. 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.
  35. Holman, J. Alan. 1958. The Pleistocene herpetofauna of Saber-tooth Cave, Citrus County, Florida. Copeia, 1958(4): 276-280.
  36. Auffenberg, W. and C.J. Goin. 1959. The status of the salamander genera Scapherpeton and Hemitrypus of Cope. American Museum Novitates, 1979: 1-12.
  37. Auffenberg, W. 1959. The epaxial musculature of Siren, Amphiuma, and Necturus (Amphibia). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 4(8): 253-265.
  38. Auffenberg, W. 1959. A Pleistocene Terrapene hiberaculum, with remarks on a second complete box turtle skull from Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 22(1): 49-53.
  39. Auffenberg, W. 1959. Anomalophis bocensis (Massalongo), a new genus of fossil snake from the Italian Eocene. Breviora, 114: 1-16.
  40. Brodkorb, P. 1959. The Pleistocene avifauna of Arredondo, Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 4(9): 269-291.
  41. Brodkorb, P. 1959. Pleistocene birds from New Providence Island, Bahamas. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 4(11): 349-371.
  42. Holman, J.A. 1959. Amphibians and reptiles from the Pleistocene (Illinoian) of Williston, Florida. Copeia, 1959(2): 96-102.
  43. Holman, J.A. 1959. A Pleistocene herpetofauna near Orange Lake, Florida. Herpetologica, 15(1): 121-125.
  44. 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.
  45. Brodkorb, P. 1960. How many species of birds have existed? Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 5(3): 41-53.
  46. Brodkorb, P. 1960. Great auk and common murre from a Florida midden. Auk, 77(3): 342-343.
  47. Brodkorb, P. 1960. Notes on fossil tinamous. Auk, 78(2): 257.
  48. Brodkorb, P. 1960. Recently described birds and mammals from Cuban caves. Journal of Paleontology, 34(3): 633-635.
  49. Auffenberg, W. 1961. Additional remarks on the evolution of trunk musculature in snakes. American Midland Naturalist, 65(1): 1-16.
  50. Auffenberg, W. 1961. A new genus of fossil salamander from North America. American Midland Naturalist, 66(2): 456-465.
  51. Auffenberg, W. 1961. A correction concerning the phalangeal formula of the turtle, Stylemys nebrascensis Leidy. Copeia, 1961(4): 496-498.
  52. Brodkorb, P. 1961. Birds from the Pliocene of Juntura, Oregon. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 24(3): 169-184.
  53. Holman, J.A. 1961. Osteology of living and fossil New World quails (Aves, Galliformes). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 6(2): 131-233.
  54. Waters, J.H. and C. E. Ray. 1961. Former range of the sea mink. Journal of Mammalogy, 42(3): 380-383.
  55. Auffenberg, W. 1962. A new species of Geochelone from the Pleistocene of Texas. Copeia, 1962(2): 627-636.
  56. Auffenberg, W. 1962. A redescription of Testudo hexagonata Cope. Herpetologica, 18(1): 25-34.
  57. Auffenberg, W. 1962. The status of Testudo anyangensis Ping. Herpetologica, 18(1): 58-59.
  58. Auffenberg, W. 1962. Testudo amphithorax Cope referred to Stylemys. American Museum Novitates, 2120: 1-11.
  59. Brodkorb, P. and E.W. Dawson. 1962. Nomenclature of Quaternary coots from oceanic islands. Auk, 79(2): 267-269.
  60. Brodkorb, P. 1962. The systematic position of two Oligocene birds from Belgium. Auk, 79(4): 706-707.
  61. Brodkorb, P. 1962. A teal from the Lower Pliocene of Kansas. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 25(2): 157-160.
  62. Auffenberg, W. 1963. Fossil testudinine turtles of Florida. Genera Geochelone and Floridemys. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 7(2): 53-97.
  63. Auffenberg, W. 1963. The fossil snakes of Florida. Tulane Studies in Zoology, 10(3): 131-216.
  64. Brodkorb, P. 1963. Fossil birds from the Alachua clay of Florida. Florida Geological Survey Special Publication, 2(4): 1-17.
  65. Brodkorb, P. 1963. A giant flightless bird from the Pleistocene of Florida. Auk, 80(2): 111-115.
  66. Brodkorb, P. 1963. Catalogue of fossil birds, Part 1 (Archaeopterygiformes through Ardeiformes). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 7(4): 179-293.
  67. Brodkorb, P. 1963. Two doves in the Pleistocene of Veracruz, Mexico. Condor, 65(4): 334.
  68. Brodkorb, P. 1963. An extinct grebe from the Pleistocene of Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26(1): 53-55.
  69. Brodkorb, P. 1963. Miocene birds from the Hawthorne Formation of Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26(2): 159-167.
  70. Brodkorb, P. 1963. The name of a fossil rail and its date of publication. Auk, 80(4): 542.
  71. Brodkorb, P. 1963. Pleistocene birds from American Falls, Idaho. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26(3): 373-395.
  72. Brodkorb, P. 1963. Birds from the Upper Cretaceous of Wyoming. Pp. 55-70, in C.G. Sibley (ed.), Proceedings XIII International Ornithological Congress, 1. Ithaca, New York.
  73. Gut, J. H. and C. E. Ray. 1963. The Pleistocene vertebrate fauna of Reddick, Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26(4): 315-328.
  74. 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.
  75. Auffenberg, W. 1964. Testudo hypselonota Bourret referred to Geochelone radiata (Shaw). Journal Bombay Society Natural History, 1(3): 1-4.
  76. Auffenberg, W. 1964. A redefinition of the fossil tortoise genus, Stylemys Leidy. Journal of Paleontology, 38(2): 316-324.
  77. Brodkorb, P. 1964. A Pliocene teal from South Dakota. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 27(1): 55-58.
  78. Brodkorb, P. 1964. Catalogue of fossil birds, Part 2 (Anseriformes through Galliformes). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 8(3): 195-335.
  79. Brodkorb, P. 1964. A new name for Fulica minor Shufeldt. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 27(3): 186.
  80. Brodkorb, P. 1964. Notes on fossil turkeys. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 27(3): 223-229.
  81. Patton, T.H. 1964. Physiographic and biotic sketch of North Central Florida. Pp. 3-6, in W. Auffenburg, W. Neil, T. Patton, and S.D. Webb, Guidebook, 1964 Field Trip. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, University of Florida, Gainesville.
  82. Patton, T.H. 1964. The Thomas Farm fossil vertebrate locality. Pp. 12-2, in W. Auffenburg, W. Neil, T. Patton, and S.D. Webb, Guidebook, 1964 Field Trip. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, University of Florida., Gainesville.
  83. Patton, T.H. 1964. A new genus of fossil microtine from Texas. Journal of Mammalology, 46(3): 466-471.
  84. Ray, C.E. 1964. Tapirus copei in the Pleistocene of Florida. Quarterly Journal Florida Academy Sciences, 27(1): 59-66.
  85. Ray, C.E. 1964. A new capromyid rodent from the Quaternary of Hispaniola. Breviora, 203: 1-4.
  86. Ray, C.E. 1964. The jaguarundi in the Quaternary of Florida. Journal of Mammalogy, 45(2): 330-332.
  87. Ray, C.E. 1964. The taxonomic status of Heptaxodon and dental ontogeny in Elasmodontomys and Amblyrhiza(Rodentia: Caviomorpha). Bulletin Museum of Comparative Zoology, 131(5): 109-127.
  88. Ray, C.E. 1964. A small assemblage of vertebrate fossils from Spring Bay, Barbados. Journal Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 31(1): ll-22.
  89. Hooijer, D. A. and C. E. Ray, C.E. 1964. A metapodial of Acratocnus (Edentata: Megalonychidae) from a cave in Hispaniola. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 77: 253-258.
  90. Brodkorb, P. 1965. Fossil birds from Barbados, West Indies. Journal Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 31(1): 10-31.
  91. Brodkorb, P. 1965. New taxa of fossil birds. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 28(2): 197-198.
  92. Kurten, B. 1965. The Pleistocene Felidae of Florida. Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 9(6): 215-273.
  93. Webb, S.D. 1965. The osteology of Camelops. Los Angeles County Museum Science Bulletin, 1: 1-54.
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  95. Kurten, B. 1966. A late-glacial find of Arctic fox (Alopex lagopus L.) from southwestern Finland. Commentationes Biologicae Societas Scientias Fennica, 29(6): 1-7.
  96. Kurten, B. 1966. Pleistocene mammals and the Bering bridge. Commentationes Biologicae Societas Scientias Fennica, 29(8): 7.
  97. Kurten, B. 1966. Pleistocene bears of North America I. Genus Tremarctos, spectacled bears. Acta Zoologica Fennica, Helsinki, 117: 1-60.
  98. Webb, S.D. 1966. A relict species of the burrowing rodent, Mylagaulus, from the Pliocene of Florida. Journal of Mammalogy, 47(3): 401-412.
  99. Auffenberg, W. 1967. Further notes on fossil box turtles in Florida. Copeia, 1967(2): 319-325.
  100. Brodkorb, P. 1967. Catalogue of fossil birds, Part 3 (Ralliformes, Icthyornithiformes, Charadriformes). Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 11(3): 99-220.
  101. 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.
  102. Patton, T.H. 1966(67). Revision of the selenodont artiodactyls from the Thomas Farm of Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 29(3): 179-190.
  103. Patton, T.H. 1967. Re-evaluation of Hay's artiodactyl types from the Miocene of the Texas Coastal Plain. Texas Journal of Science, 19(1): 35-40.
  104. 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.
  105. Patton, T.H. 1967. Occurrence of fossil vertebrates on Cayman Brac, B.W.I. Journal of Caribbean Science, 6(3-4): 181.
  106. Patton, T.H. 1967. Oligocene and Miocene vertebrates from Central Florida. Pp. 3-11, in H.K. Brooks, E.C. Pirkle, and R.C. Fountain (eds.), Guidebook, Southeastern Geological Society, 13th Field Trip Mio-Pliocene Problems in Peninsular Florida, 196. Southeastern Geological Society, Gainesville, Florida.
  107. Weaver, W.G., Jr. and J.S. Robertson. 1967. A re-evaluation of fossil turtles of the Chrysemys scripta group. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, 5(2): 53-66.
  108. Webb, S.D. 1967. Pliocene terrestrial deposits of peninsular Florida. Pp. 12-17, in H.K. Brooks, E.C. Pirkle, and R.C. Fountain (eds.), Southeastern Geological Society, 13th Field Trip; Mio-Pliocene Problems in Peninsular Florida, 1966. Southeastern Geological Society, Gainesville, Florida.
  109. 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.
  110. Tessman, N. and S.D. Webb. 1967. Vertebrate evidence of a low sea level in the middle Pliocene. Science, 156(3773): 20
  111. Brodkorb, P. 1968. Part 5, Birds. Pp. 269-452, in W.F. Blair, A.F. Blair, P. Brodkorb, F.R. Cagle, and G.A. Moore (eds.), Vertebrates of the United States (2nd edition). McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York.
  112. 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.
  113. Tessman, N. and S. D. Webb. 1968. A Pliocene vertebrate fauna from Manatee County, Florida. American Journal of Science, 266(9): 777-811.
  114. Hirschfield, S.E., and S.D. Webb. 1968. Plio-Pleistocene megalonychid sloths of North America. Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 12(5): 213-296.
  115. Brodkorb, P. 1969. An extinct Pleistocene owl from Cuba. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 31(2): 112-114.
  116. Brodkorb, P. 1969. An ancestral mourning dove from Rexroad, Kansas. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 31(3): 173-176.
  117. Martin, R.A. 1969. Taxonomy of the giant Pleistocene beaver Castoroides from Florida. Journal of Paleontology, 43(4): 1033-1041.
  118. Patton, T.H. 1969. An Oligocene land vertebrate fauna from Florida. Journal of Paleontology, 32(2): 543-546.
  119. 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.
  120. Webb, S.D. 1969. The Pliocene Canidae of Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 14(4): 273-308.
  121. Webb, S.D. 1969. Extinction-origination equilibria in Late Cenozoic land mammals of North America. Evolution, 23(4): 688-702.
  122. Brodkorb, P. 1970. Two fossil owls from the Aquitanian of France. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 32(2): 159-160.
  123. Brodkorb, P. 1970. The generic position of a Cretaceous bird. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 32(3): 239-240.
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  125. Brodkorb, P. 1970. An Eocene puffbird from Wyoming. Contributions in Geology University of Wyoming, 9(1): 13-14.
  126. Webb, S.D. 1970. Reconnaissance of Late Cenozoic vertebrate deposits in southern Honduras. American Philosophical Society Year Book for 1969: 336.
  127. Webb, S.D. 1970. Review: "Systematics, biogeography and evolution of Cynorca and Dyseohyus" by M. O. Woodburne. Quarterly Review of Biology, 45(1): 62-63.
  128. Bullen, R.P., S.D. Webb, and B.I. Waller. 1970. A worked mammoth bone from Florida. American Antiquity, 35(2): 203-205.
  129. Auffenberg, W. 1971. A new fossil tortoise, with remarks on the origin of South American testudinines. Copeia, 1971(1): 106-117.
  130. Brodkorb, P. 1971. The paleospecies of woodpeckers. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 33(2): 132-136.
  131. Brodkorb, P. 1971. Catalogue of fossil birds, Part 4 (Columbiformes through Piciformes). Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 15(4): 163-266.
  132. Brodkorb, P. 1971. Origin and evolution of birds. Pp. 20-55, in D.S. Farner and J.R. King (eds.), Avian Biology. Academic Press, New York.
  133. Patton, T.H. and B. Taylor. 1971. The Synthetoceratinae (Mammalia, Tylopoda, Protoceratida). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 145(2): 123-218.
  134. Brodkorb, P. 1972. Neogene fossil jays from the Great Plains. Condor, 74(3): 347-349.
  135. Brodkorb, P. and A.R. Phillips. 1972. Pleistocene birds from the Valley of Mexico. Auk, 90(2): 438-440.
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  138. Webb, S.D. 1972. Locomotor evolution in camels. Forma et Functio, 5: 99-112.
  139. Patton, T.H. and B.Taylor. 1973. The Protoceratinae (Mammalia, Tylopoda, Protoceratidae) and the systematics of the Protoceratidae. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 150(4): 349-411.
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  141. Webb, S.D. 1973. Pliocene pronghorns of Florida. Journal of Mammalogy, 54(1): 203-221.
  142. Brodkorb, P. 1947. Phylum Chordata, Class Aves. Pp. 76-77 , in J.K. Peck (ed.), A phylogenetic tree of the animal kingdom (including orders and higher categories). L'Arbre phylogenetique du Regne Animal (groupant les ordres et les categories superieures). National Museum of Natural Science, Publication in Zoology, 8, National Museums of Canada, Ottawa.
  143. Webb, S. D. and T.H. Patton. 1974. Fossil vertebrates. Pp. 105-107, in C.R. Gilbert (ed.), Catalogue of Type Specimens in the Department of Natural Sciences, Florida State Museum. Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 18(2).
  144. Webb, S.D. 1974. Fossil proboscideans of Florida. Eastern Federation Mineral and Lapidary Society Newsletter, 12: 1-4.
  145. 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, Florida
  146. Webb, S.D., and R.A. Martin. 1974. Late Pleistocene mammals from the Devil's Den Fauna, Levy County. Pp. 114-145, in S.D. Webb (ed.), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida.
  147. 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, Florida.
  148. 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 of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida
  149. Jackson, D.E. 1975. A Pleistocene Graptemys from the Santa Fe River of Florida. Herpetologica, 31(2): 213-219.
  150. Wolff, R.G. 1975. Sampling and sample size in ecological analyses of fossil mammals. Paleobiology, 1(2): 195-204.
  151. Rich, T.H. and T.H. Patton. 1975. First record of a hedgehog (Erinaceidae, Mammalia) from Florida. Journal of Mammalogy, 56(3): 692-696.
  152. Auffenberg, W. 1976. The Genus Gopherus (Testudinidae): Part 1. Osteology and relationships of extant species. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 20(2): 47-110.
  153. Brodkorb, P. 1976. Discovery of a Cretaceous bird, apparently ancestral to the orders of Coraciiformes and Piciformes (Aves: Carinatae). Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, 2(1): 67-73.
  154. Jackson, D.R. 1976. The status of the Pliocene turtles Pseudemys caelata and Chysemys carri. Copeia, 1976(4): 655-659.
  155. Robertson, J.S. 1976. Latest Pliocene mammals from Haile XV A, Alachua County, Florida. Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 20(3): 111-186.
  156. Taylor, B. and S.D. Webb. 1976. Miocene Leptomerycidae (Artiodactyla, Ruminantia) and their relationships. American Museum Novitates, 2596: 1-22.
  157. Webb, S.D. 1976. Mammalian faunal dynamics of the Great American Interchange. Paleobiology, 2(4): 220-234.
  158. Webb, S.D. 1976. Phanerozoic diversity patterns: Discussion. The Journal of Geology, 84(5): 617-619.
  159. Webb, S.D. 1976. Underwater paleontology of Florida's rivers. National Geographic Research, Reports for 1968: 479-481.
  160. Webb, S.D. 1977. Evolution of savanna vertebrates in the New World. Part 1: North America. Annual Review Ecology and Systematics, 8: 355-380.
  161. Brodkorb, P. 1978. Catalogue of fossil birds, Part 5 (Passeriformes and Miscellanea). Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 23(3): 139-228.
  162. Jackson, D.R. 1978. Evolution and fossil record of the chicken turtle Deirochelys, with a re-evaluation of the genus. Tulane Studies Zoology Botany, 20(1-2): 35-55.
  163. Webb, S.D. 1978. Evolution of savanna vertebrates in the New World. Part 2: South America and the Great Interchange. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 9: 393-426.
  164. Webb, S.D. 1978. Mammalian faunal dynamics of the Great American Interchange: Reply to an alternative interpretation. Paleobiology, 4(2): 206-209.
  165. Frison, G.C., D.N. Walker, S.D. Webb, and G.M. Zeimen. 1978. Paleo-Indian procurement of Camelops on the Northwestern Plains. Quartenary Research, l0(3): 385-400.
  166. MacFadden, B.J. and A. Bakr. 1979. The horse Cormohipparion theobaldi from the Neogene of Pakistan, with comments on Siwalik Hipparion. Journal of Paleontology, 22(2): 439-447.
  167. Baskin, J.A. 1980. Evolutionary reversal in Mylagaulus (Mammalia, Rodentia) from the late Miocene of Florida. American Midlands Naturalist, 104(1): 155-162.
  168. MacFadden, B.J., N.M. Johnson, and N.D. Opdyke. 1979. Magnetic polarity stratigraphy of the Mio-Pliocene mammal-bearing Big Sandy Formation of western Arizona. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 44(3): 349-364.
  169. MacFadden, B.J. and J.S. Waldrop. 1980. Nannippus phlegon (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Plio-Pleistocene (Blancan) of Florida. Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 25(1): 1-37.
  170. Frailey, D. 1979. The large mammals of the Buda local fauna (Arikareean: Alachua County, Florida). Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 24(2): 123-173.
  171. Wolff, R.G. 1978. Function and phylogenetic significance of cranial anatomy of an early bear (Indarctos) from Pliocene sediments of Florida. Carnivore, 1(3): 1-12.
  172. 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(5): 513-544.
  173. Webb, S.D. and S. Perrigo. 1985. New Megalonychid sloths from El Salvador. Pp. 113-129, in G. Montgomery (ed), The Evolution and Ecology of Armadillos, Sloths, and Vermilinguas. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D. C.
  174. Webb, S.D. 1985. On the interrelationships of tree sloths and ground sloths. Pp. 105-112, in G. Montgomery (ed.), The Evolution and Ecology of Armadillos, Sloths, and Vermilinguas. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D. C.
  175. MacFadden, B.J., and M.F. Skinner. 1979. Diversification and biogeography of the one-toed horses Onohippidium and Hippidion. Postilla, 175: 1-10.
  176. Ahearn, M.E. and J.F. Lance. 1980. A new species of Neochoerus (Rodentia, Hydrochoeridae) from the Blancan (late Pliocene) of North America. Proceedings Biological Society Washington, 93(2): 435-442.
  177. MacFadden, B.J. 1980. Rafting animals or drifting islands?: Biogeography of the Greater Antillean insectivores Nesophontes and Solenodon. Journal of Biogeography, 7(1): 11-22.
  178. MacFadden, B.J. 1980. An early Miocene land mammal (Oreodonta) from a marine limestone in northern Florida. Journal of Paleontology, 54(1): 93-101.
  179. MacFadden, B.J. 1980. The Miocene horse Hipparion from North America and from the type locality in southern France. Paleontology, 23(3): 617-635.
  180. MacFadden, B.J. 1980. Eocene perissodactyls from the type section of the Tepee Trail Formation of northwestern Wyoming. Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming, 18(2): 135-143.
  181. MacFadden, B.J. and H. Galiano. 1981. Late Hemphillian cat (Mammalia, Felidae) from the Bone Valley Formation of central Florida. Journal of Paleontology, 55(1): 218-226.
  182. MacFadden, B.J. and M.E. Nelson. 1980. Miocene three-toed horse from the Salt Lake group of southeastern Idaho. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences, 83(1): 20-25.
  183. MacFadden, B.J. and M.F. Skinner. 1981. Earliest holarctic hipparion, Cormohipparion goorisi n. sp. (Mammalia, Equidae), from the Barstovian (medial Miocene) Texas Gulf Coastal Plain. Journal of Paleontology, 55(3): 619-627.
  184. 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.
  185. Webb, S.D. and B.E. Taylor. 1980. On the phylogeny of hornless ruminants and a description of the cranium of Archaeomeryx. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 167(3): 117-158.
  186. Webb, S.D. 1984. On two kinds of rapid faunal turnover. Pp. 417-436, in W.A. Berggren and J.A. Van Couvering (eds.), Catastrophe and Earth History: The New Uniformist Arianism. Princeton University Press.
  187. MacFadden, B.J., and D.S. Jones. 1985. Magnetic butterflies: A case study of the Monarch (Lepidoptera Danaidae. Pp. 407-416, in J. Kirschvink, D.S. Jones, and B.J. MacFadden (eds.), Magnetite Biomineralization and Magnetoreception in Organism: A New Biomagnetism. Topics in Geobiology Series. Plenum Press, New York.
  188. Woodburne, M.O., B.J. MacFadden, and M.F. Skinner. 1981. The North American "Hipparion" datum and implications for the Neogene of the Old World. Geobios, 14(4): 1-32.
  189. 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, Florida.
  190. 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, Florida.
  191. 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, Florida.
  192. Robertson, J.S. 1974. Fossil Bison of Florida. Pp. 214-246, in S.D. Webb (ed), Pleistocene Mammals of Florida. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
  193. 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, Florida.
  194. 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.
  195. Wright, D.B. Unpublished. Convergent morphology and mortality in rhinoceroses and hippopotamuses: evidence of ecological convergence from the Miocene and Recent.
  196. 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).
  197. Webb, S.D. 1981. Kyptoceras amatorum, new genus and species from the Pliocene of Florida, the last protoceratid. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 1(3-4): 357-365.
  198. MacFadden, B.J. and S.D. Webb. 1982. The succession of Miocene (Arikareean through Hemphillian) terrestrial mammalian localities and faunas in Florida. Pp. 186-199, in T.M. Scott nd S.B. Upchurch (eds.), Miocene of the Southeastern United States. Florida Bureau of Geology, Special Publication 25.
  199. Webb, S.D. 1984. Ten million years of mammal extinctions in North America. Pp. 189-210, in P.S. Martin and R.G. Klein (eds.), Quaternary Extinctions, a Prehistoric Revolution. University Arizona Press, Tucson.
  200. Berta, A. 1982. The Plio-Pleistocene hyaena Chasmaporthetes ossifragus from Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 1(3-4): 341-356.
  201. Wright, D.B. and S.D. Webb. 1984. Primitive Mylohyus (Artiodactyla: Tayassuidae) from the late Hemphillian Bone Valley of Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 3(3): 152-159.
  202. MacFadden, B.J. 1982. New species of primitive three-toed browsing horse from the Miocene phosphate mining district of central Florida. Florida Scientist, 45(2): 117-124.
  203. MacFadden, B.J. 1981. Comments of Pregill's appraisal of historical biogeography of Caribbean vertebrates: Vicariance, dispersal, or both? Systematic Zoology, 30(3): 370-372.
  204. 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.
  205. MacFadden, B.J. and M.O. Woodburne. 1982. Systematics of the Neogene Siwalik hipparions (Mammalia, Equidae) based on cranial and dental morphology. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 2(2): 185-218.
  206. 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): 1-196.
  207. 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(5): 892-899.
  208. Nelson, M.E., B.J. MacFadden, J.H. Madsen, and W.L. Stokes. 1984. Late Miocene horse from north-central Utah and comments on the Salt Lake group. Transactions Kansas Academy of Sciences, 87(1-2): 53-58.
  209. Hulbert, R.C., Jr. 1982. Population ecology of Neohipparion (Mammalia, Equidae) from the late Miocene Love Bone Bed of Florida. Paleobiology, 8(2): 159-167.
  210. Berta, A. 1987. The sabercat, Smilodon gracilis, from Florida and a discussion of its relationships (Smilodontini, Felidae, Mammalia). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 31(1): 1-63.
  211. MacFadden, B.J. and M.F. Skinner 1982. Hipparion horses and modern phylogenetic interpretation: Comments on Forsten's view of Cormohipparion. Journal of Paleontology, 56(6): 1336-1342.
  212. Meylan, P.A. 1982. The Squamate reptiles of the Inglis IA fauna (Irvingtonian: Citrus Co. Florida). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 27(3): 1-85.
  213. Berta, A. 1983. A new small cat species (Felidae) from the late Pliocene-early Pleistocene (Uquian) of Argentina. Journal of Mammalogy, 64(4): 720-725.
  214. Berta, A. 1985. The status of Smilodon in North and South America. Contributions in Science, Natural History Museum Los Angeles County, 370: 1-15.
  215. MacPhee, R.D.E. and C.A. Woods. 1982. A new fossil cebine from Hispaniola. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 58(4): 419-436.
  216. Baskin, J.A. 1982. Tertiary Procyoninae (Mammalia: Carnivora) of North America. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 2(1): 71-93.
  217. Webb, S.D. 1983. A new species of Pediomeryx from the late Miocene of Florida, and its relationships within the Cranioceratinae (Ruminantia: Dromomerycidae). Journal of Mammalogy, 64(2): 261-276.
  218. 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(4): 809-819.
  219. Rapp, S., B.J. MacFadden, and J.A. Schiebout. 1983. Magnetic polarity stratigraphy of the early Tertiary Black Peaks Formation, Big Bend National Park, Texas. The Journal of Geology, 91(5): 552-572.
  220. 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.
  221. Franz, R. and C.A. Woods. 1983. A fossil tortoise from Hispaniola. Journal of Herpetology, 17(1): 79-81.
  222. Wilkins, K.T. 1983. Evolutionary trends in Florida Pleistocene pocket gophers (genus Geomys), with description of a new species. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 3(3): 166-181.
  223. Wilkins, K.T. 1983. Pleistocene mammals from the Rock Springs local fauna, Florida. Brimleyana, 9: 69-82.
  224. Morgan, G.S. 1986. The so-called giant Miocene dolphin Megalodephis magnidens Kellogg (Mammalia: Cetacea) is actually a crocodile (Reptilia: Crocodilia). Journal of Paleontology, 60(2): 411-417.
  225. Morgan, G.S. 1985. Fossil bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from the late Pleistocene and Holocene Vero fauna, Indian River County, Florida. Brimleyana, 11: 97-117.
  226. Hulbert, R.C., Jr. 1984. Paleoecology and population dynamics of the early Miocene (Hemingfordian) horse Parahippus leonensis from the Thomas Farm site of Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 4(4): 547-558.
  227. Berta, A. and H. Galiano. 1984. A Miocene amphicyonid (Mammalia: Carnivora) from the Bone Valley Formation of Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 4(1): 122-125.
  228. Webb, S.D. and K.T. Wilkins. 1985. Historical biogeography of Florida Pleistocene mammals. Pp. 370-383, in H.H. Genoways and M.R. Dawson (eds.), John Guilday Memorial Volume. Carnegie Museum Special Publication 8.
  229. Woodburne, M.O. and B.J. MacFadden. 1983. A reappraisal of the systematics, biogeography, and evolution of fossil horses. Paleobiology, 8(4): 315-327.
  230. MacFadden, B.J. 1984. Astrohippus and Dinohippus from the Yepomera local fauna (Hemphillian, Mexico) and implications for the phylogeny of one-toed horses. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 4(2): 273-283.
  231. Wolff, R.G. 1984. New early Oligocene Argyrolagidae (Mammalia, Marsupialia) from Salla, Bolivia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 4(1): 108-113.
  232. 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.
  233. Webb, S.D. and S.C. Perrigo. 1984. Late Cenozoic vertebrates from Honduras and El Salvador. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 4(2): 237-254.
  234. 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.
  235. MacFadden, B.J. 1986. Late Hemphillian monodactyl horses (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Bone Valley Formation of central Florida. Journal of Paleontology, 60(2): 466-475.
  236. Flynn, J.J., B.J. MacFadden and M.C. McKenna. 1984. Land-mammal "ages," faunal heterochrony, and temporal resolution in Cenozoic terrestrial sequences. Journal of Geology, 92(6): 687-705.
  237. Kent, D.V., M.C. McKenna, N.D. Opdyke, J.J. Flynn and B.J. MacFadden. 1984. Arctic biostratigraphic heterochroneity. Science, 224(4645): 173-174.
  238. 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.
  239. Meylan, P.A. and W. Auffenberg. 1986. New land tortoises (Testudinidae) from the Miocene of Africa. Zoological Journal Linnean Society, 86(3): 279-307.
  240. 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.
  241. MacFadden, B.J. 1985. Patterns of phylogeny and rates of evolution in fossil horses: A case study of the hipparions from the Miocene and Pliocene of North America. Paleobiology, 11(3): 245-257.
  242. Hulbert, R.C. 1987. Late Neogene Neohipparion (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from the Gulf Coastal Plain of Florida and Texas. Journal of Paleontology, 61(4): 809-830.
  243. Hulbert, R.C. and G.S. Morgan. 1989. Stratigraphy, paleoecology, and vertebrate fauna of the Leisey Shell Pit local fauna, early Pleistocene (Irvingtonian) of southwestern Florida. Papers in Florida Paleontology, 2: 1-19.
  244. MacFadden, B.J. and A. Azzaroli. 1987. Cranium of Equus insulatus (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Pleistocene of Tarija, Bolivia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 7(3): 325-334.
  245. MacFadden, B.J. 1987. Fossil horses from "Eohippus" (Hyracotherium) to Equus: Scaling, Cope's Law, and the evolution of body size. Paleobiology, 12(4): 355-369.
  246. MacFadden, B.J. 1988. Fossil horses from "Eohippus" (Hyracotherium) to Equus 2: Rates of dental evolution revisited. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 35(1): 37-48.
  247. 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.
  248. Webb, S.D. and R.C. Hulbert, Jr. 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. Flanagan and J. Lillegraven (eds.), Vertebrates, Phylogeny and Philosophy. Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming Special Paper 3.
  249. MacFadden, B.J. 1989. Dental character variation in paleopopulations and morphospecies of fossil horses and extant analogues. Pp. 128-141, in D.R. Prothero and R.M. Schoch (eds.), The Evolution of Perissodactyls. Clarendon (Oxford) Press, New York.
  250. MacFadden, B.J. 1987. Systematics, phylogeny, and evolution of fossil horses: A rational alternative to Eisenmann et al. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 7(2): 230-235.
  251. 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.
  252. 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.
  253. Hulbert, R.C. 1988. Calippus and Protohippus (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Miocene (Barstovian-early Hemphillian) of the Gulf Coastal Plain. Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 32(3): 221-340.
  254. Webb, S.D. 1987. Community patterns in extinct terrestrial vertebrates. Symposia British Ecological Society, 27th Symposium, 1987: 439-466.
  255. Webb, S.D. 1986. Main pathways of mammalian diversification in North America. Pp. 201-217, in F.G. Stehli and S.D. Webb (eds.), The Great American Biotic Interchange. New Plenum Publishing Corp, New York.
  256. Webb, S.D. 1986. 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.
  257. Hulbert, R.C. 1988. A new Cormohipparion (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Pliocene (latest Hemphillian and Blancan) of Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 7(4): 451-468.
  258. Hulbert, R.C. 1988. Cormohipparion and Hipparion (Mammalia, Equidae) from the late Neogene of Florida. Bulletin Florida State Museum Biological Sciences, 33(5): 229-338.
  259. 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.
  260. MacFadden, B.J. 1988. Horses, the fossil record, and evolution; A current perspective. Pp. 131-158, 9 figs, in M.K. Hecht, B. Wallace, and G.T. Prance (eds.), Evolutionary Biology, 22. Plenum Press, New York.
  261. Williams, D.F., R. Frith, B.J. MacFadden, R. McCarty, and H.H. Converse. Unpublished. Stable isotopic composition of bone, dentine, and enamel. Evidence from fossil and recent mammals.
  262. MacFadden, B.J., M.J. Whitelaw, P. MacFadden, and T.H.V. Rich. 1987. Magnetic polarity stratigraphy of the Pleistocene section at Portland (Victoria), Australia. Quaternary Research, 28(3): 364-373.
  263. Brooks, H.K. and A. Ross. 1960. Pyrgoma prefloridanum, a new species of cirriped from the Caloosahatchee Marl (Pleistocene) of Florida. Crustaceana, 1(4): 353-363.
  264. Brooks, H.K., A. Ross and H.C. Eppert, Jr. 1963. An unusual Miocene pelecypod burrow. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26(1): 48-52.
  265. Ross, A. 1963. A new Pleistocene Platylepas from Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26(2): 150-158.
  266. Ross, A. 1963. Chelonibia in the Neogene of Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26(3): 221-233.
  267. Scolaro, R.J. and A. Ross. 1963. Lantern morphology of the Eocene echinoid Weisbordella cubae (Weisbord). Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 26(4): 304-307.
  268. Ross, A. 1963. Paleoecology of a Florida Pamlico (late Pleistocene) fauna. The Compass, 40(4): 228-241.
  269. Brooks, H.K. 1964. Cystactinia ocalana species nov. Pilot Register of Zoology. Card nos. 9-10.
  270. Ross, A. and R.J. Scolaro. 1964. A new crab from the Eocene of Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 24(2): 98-106.
  271. Nicol, D. 1968. A new Meiocardia (Pelecypoda, Glossidae) from the Eocene of Florida. The Nautilus, 81(3): 89-93.
  272. Nicol, D. 1969. Meiocardia floridana, an overlooked Eocene pelecypod. The Nautilus, 82(4): 115-116.
  273. Nicol, D. 1969. Deposit-feeding pelecypods in Recent marine faunas. Pp. 423-424, in S.S. Winter (ed.), Transactions of Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, 19th Annual Meeting. Miami Beach, Florida.
  274. Zachos, L.G. 1968. A new echinoid from the Ocala Limestone. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 31(3): 161-164.
  275. Nicol, D. and G.D. Shaak. 1973. Late Eocene distribution of the pelecypod Exputens in southeastern United States. The Nautilus, 87(3): 72-74.
  276. Nicol, D. and R.E. Martin. 1976. Size trends in living benthonic Foraminiferida. Florida Scientist, 39(1): 31-36.
  277. Nicol, D., G.D. Shaak and J.W. Hoganson. 1976. The Crystal River Formation (Eocene) at Martin, Marion County, Florida. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, 12(3): 137-144.
  278. Nicol, D. 1977. Geographic relationship of benthic marine molluscs of Florida. The Nautilus, 91(1): 4-7.
  279. Williams, K.E., D. Nicol and A.F. Randazzo. 1977. The geology of the western part of Alachua County, Florida. Florida Bureau of Geology Report of Investigations, 85: 1-98.
  280. Nicol, D. and D.S. Jones. 1982. Rotularia vernoni, an annelid worm tube from the Eocene of peninsular Florida. Florida Scientist, 45(2): 139-142.
  281. Nicol, D. and D.S. Jones. 1984. Mode of life of Exputens ocalensis (Malleidae), a Florida Eocene pelecypod. Florida Scientist, 47(1): 32-34.
  282. Nicol, D. and D.S. Jones. 1984. Bellaxinaea, a new subgenus of glycymeridids (Pelecypoda) from the Western Hemisphere. The Nautilus, 98(3): 126-128.
  283. Nicol, D. and D.S. Jones. 1984. Chione (Chione) craspedonia Dall in the Crystal River Formation (Eocene) in peninsular Florida. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, 18(2): 73-75.
  284. Nicol, D. 1984. The shallow-water marine pelecypods of Bermuda: An example of a sweepstakes route. Florida Scientist, 47(3): 193-197.
  285. Jones, D.S. 1982. Some considerations of the late Eocene faunas of northwest peninsular Florida. Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook, 24: 14-32.
  286. McKinney, M.L. and D.S. Jones. 1983. Oligopygoid echinoids and the biostratigraphy of the Ocala Limestone of peninsular Florida. Southeastern Geology, 24(1): 21-30.
  287. Jones, D.S. 1983. Sclerochronology: Reading the record of the molluscan shell. American Scientist, 71(4): 384-391.
  288. Opdyke, N.D., D. Spangler, D.L. Smith, D.S. Jones, and R. Lindquist. 1984. Origin of the epeirogenic uplift of the Pliocene-Pleistocene beach ridges of Florida and development of the Florida karst. Geology, 12(4): 226-228.
  289. Jones, D.S., D.F. Williams, M.A. Arthur, and D.E. Krantz. 1984. Interpreting the paleoenvironmental, paleoclimatic, and life history records in mollusc shells. Pp. 333-339, in L.D. Gall and J.C. Gall (eds.), Paleoecology 1984. Geobios Memoire Special 8, Lyon, France.
  290. Nicol, D. and D.S. Jones. 1984. Review of Postligata, a late Cretaceous pelecypod. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, 18(2): 67-69.
  291. Jones, D.S. and P.F. Hasson. 1985. History and development of the marine invertebrate faunas separated by the Central American Isthmus. Pp. 325-355, in F.G. Stehli and S.D. Webb, (eds.), The Great American Biotic Interchange. Plenum Publishing Corp., New York.
  292. Jones, D.S. 1985. Growth increments and geochemical variations in the molluscan shell. Pp. 72-87, in D.J. Bottjer, C.S. Hickman and P.D. Ward (eds.), Mollusks: Notes for a Short Course. University of Tennessee and The Paleontological Society, Knoxville, TN.
  293. Quitmyer, I.R., H.S. Hale, and D.S. Jones. 1985. Paleoseasonality determination based on incremental shell growth in the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria, and its implications for the analysis of three Southeast Georgia coastal shell middens. Southeastern Archaeology, 4(1): 27-40.
  294. Quitmyer, I.R., H.S. Hale, and D.S. Jones. 1985. Seasonality study based on the incremental growth data from the quahog clam (Mercenaria mercenaria). Pp. 59-71, in W.H. Adams (ed.), Aboriginal Subsistence and Settlement Archaeology of the Kings's Bay locality, Volume 2: Zooarchaeology. Department of Anthropology, Report of Investigations 2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
  295. Jones, D.S. and D. Nicol. 1986. Origination, survivorship, and extinction of rudist taxa. Journal of Paleontology, 60(1): 107-115.
  296. Nicol, D. and D.S. Jones. 1986. Litharca lithodomus and adaptive radiation in arcacean pelecypods. The Nautilus, 100(3): 105-109.
  297. Shaak, G.D. 1972. Coin fossils and stone lentils in the Eocene rocks of Florida. Plaster Jacket, 19: 1-7.
  298. Harper, J. and G.D. Shaak. 1974. A new Echinolampas (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) from the Ocala Limestone of Florida. Journal of Paleontology, 48(6): 1166-1169.
  299. Shaak, G.D. and K. Campbell. 1974. Checklist of invertebrate fossil types in the Florida State Museum. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum of Biological Sciences, 18(2): 104-105.
  300. Shaak, G.D. and D. Nicol. 1974. A new plicatulid bivalve from the late Cenozoic of southern Florida. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, 11(2): 105-108.
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  536. Harper, D.A.T. and R.W. Portell. 2002. Argyrotheca (Brachiopoda) from the Pliocene Bowden shell bed, Jamaica. Cainozoic Research, 2(1-2):9-11.
  537. Gould, G.C. and B.J. MacFadden. 2004. Giantism, Giants, and Cope's Rule: Nothing in evolution makes sense without a phylogeny. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 285:219-237.
  538. Harper, D.A.T. and R.W. Portell. 2002. The brachiopod fauna of the Montpelier Formation (Miocene), Duncans Quarry, Jamaica. Caribbean Journal of Science, 38(3-4): 256-259.
  539. MacFadden, B.J. 2006. North American Miocene Land Mammals from the Cucaracha of Panama. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 26(3): 720-734.
  540. Donovan, S.K., R.K. Pickerill, R.W. Portell, T.A. Jackson, and D.A.T. Harper. 2003. The Miocene palaeobathymetry and palaeoenvironments of Carriacou, the Grenadines, Lesser Antillies. Lethaia, 36(3): 255-272.
  541. Schmelz, G.W. and R.W. Portell. 2003. A new species of fossil Metula (Gastropoda: Colubrariidae) from the Lower Miocene Chipola Formation of Florida. The Nautilus, 117(1): 12-14.
  542. Harper, D.A.T. and R.W. Portell. 2004. Brachiopods of the White Limestone Group, Jamaica. Cainozoic Research, 3(1-2):127-134.
  543. Pickerill, R.K., S.K. Donovan, and R.W. Portell. 2003. Teredolites longissimus Kelly and Bromley from the Miocene Grand Bay Formation of Carriacou, the Grenadines. Scripta Geologica, 125: 1-9.
  544. MacFadden, B.J. 2005. Terrestrial mammalian herbivore resonse to declining levels of atmospheric CO2 durring the Cenozoic: Evidence from North American fossil horses (Family Equidae). Pp. 273-292, in J.R. Ehleringer, T.E. Cerling, and M.D. Dearing (eds.). A History of Atmospheric CO2 and its Effects on Plants, Animals, and Ecosystems. Springer, New York.
  545. Thompson, M.D., P. Harries, and R.W. Portell. In revision. A unique preservational mode: Dolomitic casts from Dean's Trucking Pit. Journal of Paleontology.
  546. MacFadden, B.J., J. Labs, I. Quitmyer, and D.S. Jones. 2004. Incremental growth and diagenesis of the Early Eocene (Ypresian) lamnoid shark Otodus obliquus from Morocco. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 206:179-192.
  547. Webb, S.D. and 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.
  548. Dilcher, D.L., T.A. Lott, and B.J. Axsmith. 2005. Fossil plants from the Union Chapel Coal Mine, Alabama. Pp. 153-168, in R.J. Buta, A.K. Rindsberg, and D.C. Kopaska-Merkel (eds.). Pennsylvanian Footprints in the Black Warrior Basin of Alabama. Alabama Paleontological Society, Birmingham.
  549. Sun, B., D.L. Dilcher, D.J. Beerling, C. Zhang, D. Yan, and E. Kowalski. 2003. Variation in Ginko biloba L. leaf characters across a climatic gradient in China. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 100(12): 7141-7146.
  550. Kowalski, E.A. and D.L. Dilcher. Submitted. Estimating rainfall amount using leaf morphology. GSA Bulletin.
  551. Kowalski, E.A. and D.L. Dilcher. 2003. Warmer paleotemperatures for terrestrial ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 100(1): 167-170.
  552. Portell R.W. and J.K. Rigby. 2004. Sponge spicules from theWhite Limestone Group of Jamaica. Cainozoic Research, 3(1-2): 77-81.
  553. Webb, S.D., R.C. Hulbert Jr., G.S. Morgan, and H.F. Evans. 2008. Terrestrial mammals of the Palmetto fauna (early Pliocene, latest Hemphillian) from the central Florida phosphate mining district. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Science Series, 41: 293-312.
  554. Herbert, G. and R.W. Portell. 2004. First paleontological record of larval brooding in the calyptraeid gastropod genus Crepidula Lamarck, 1799. Journal of Paleontology, 7(2): 424-429.
  555. Lott, T.A., D.L. Dilcher, S.P. Horn, O. Vargas, and R.L. Sanford Jr. In prep. Pleistocene flora of Rio Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. American Journal of Botany.
  556. Dilcher, D.L.and T.A. Lott. 2005. A Middle Eocene fossil plant assemblage (Power's Clay Pit) from western Tennessee. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 45(1), 43 pp.
  557. Dilcher, D.L., T.A. Lott, X. Wang, and Q. Wang. 2004. A history of tree canopies. Pp. 118-137, in M.D. Lowman ans H.B. Rinker (eds.). Forest Canopies, 2nd Edition, Elsevier, San Diego.
  558. Herrera, J. and R.W. Portell. In prep. A new Arbacia (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) from the late Pleistocene to Holocene Anastasia Formation of Florida.
  559. MacFadden, B.J. 2004. Equine dental evolution: perspective from the fossil record. Pp. 1-8, in G.J. Baker and J. Easley (eds.). Equine Denistry, Second Edition. Elsevier Saunders, Edinburgh.
  560. Donovan, S.K., R.W. Portell, and C.J. Veltkemp. 2005. Lower Miocene echinoderms of Jamaica, West Indies. Scripta Geologica, 129: 91-135.
  561. Higgins, P. and B.J. MacFadden. 2004. "Amount effect" recorded in oxygen isotopes of late Glacial horse (Equus) and bison (Bison) teeth from the Sonoran and Chihuauan deserts, southwestern, United States. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 206: 337-353.
  562. MacFadden, B.J. and P. Higgins. 2004. Ancient ecology of 15-million year-old browsing mammals within C3 plant communities from Panama. Oecologia, 140: 169-182.
  563. Collins, J.S.H., R.W. Portell, and S.K. Donovan. In press. Decapod crustaceans from the Neogene of the Caribbean: Diversity, distribution and prospectus. Scripta Geologica.
  564. Green, J.L. and R.C. Hulbert. 2005. The decidous premolars of Mamnut americanum. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 25(3): 702-715.
  565. Portell, R.W., G. Hubbell, J. Green, 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.
  566. MacFadden, B.J. 2005. Diet and habitiat of toxodont megaherbivores (Mammalia, Notoungulata) from the latest Quaterary of South and Central America. Quarternary Research, 64: 113-124.
  567. Hulbert, R.C., N.J. Czaplewski, and S.D. Webb. 2005. New Records of Pseudhipparion simpsoni (Mammalia Equidae) from the late Hemphillian of Oaklahoma and Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 25(3): 737-740.
  568. Green, J.L., G. Semprebon, and N. Solounias. 2005. Reconstructing the palaeodiet of Florida Mammut americanum via low magnificaion stereomicroscopy. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, and Palaeoecology, 223(2005): 34-48.
  569. Labs-Hochstein, J. and B.J. MacFadden. 2005. Quantification of diagenesis in Cenozoic sharks: Elemental and mineralogical changes. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 70: 4921-4932.
  570. Yang, Y., B.-Y. Geng, D.L. Dilcher, Z.-O. Chen, and T.A. Lott. 2005. Morphology and affinities of an Early Cretaceous Ephedra from China. American Journal of Botany, 92(2): 231-241.
  571. Wang, Y.-D., G. Guignard, F. Thévenard, D. Dilcher, G. Barale, X. Yang, V. Moshrugger, and S. Mei. 2005. Cuticular anatomy of Sphenobaiera huangii (Ginkgoales) from the Lower Jurassic of Hubei China. American Journal of Botany, 92(4): 709-721.
  572. Wang, Q., B.-Y. Geng, and D.L. Dilcher. 2005. New perspectives on the architecture of the Late Devonian arborescent Lycopsid Leptophloeum rhombicum (Leptophloeaceae). American Journal of Botany, 92: 83-91.
  573. Donovan, S.K., R.W. Portell, and D.P. Domning. 2007. Contrasting patterns and mechanisms of extinction during the Eocene-Oligocence transition in Jamaica. Pp. 247-273, in W. Renema (ed.). Biogeography, Time and Place: Distributions, Barriers and Islands. Springer in Dordrecht.
  574. Kirby, M.X. and B.J. MacFadden. 2005. Was Central America an archipelego or peninsula in the middle Miocene? A test using land-mammal body size. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, and Palaeoecology, 228: 193-202.
  575. Webb, S.D. 2006. The Great American Interchange: Patterns and Processes. Annals Missouri Botanical Garden, 93(2): 245-257.
  576. Wagner, F., D.L. Dilcher, and H. Visscher. 2005. Stomata frequency responses in a hardwood swamp vegetation from Florida during 60 years continous CO2 increase. American Journal of Botany, 92(4): 690-695.
  577. MacFadden, B. J. 2005. Fossil horses-Evidence for Evolution. Science, 307: 1728-1730.
  578. Higgins, P. and B.J. MacFadden. Submitted. Glacial and late glacial annual-scale seasonal patterns determined for stable isotopes of horse and bison teeth.
  579. MacFadden, B.J. 2006. Extinct mammalian biodiversity of the ancient New World tropics. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 21: 157-165.
  580. Donders, T.H., F. Wagner, D.L. Dilcher, and H. Visscher. 2005. Mid-to late-Holocene El Niño-Southern oscillation dynamics reflected in the subtropical terrestrial realm. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102(31): 10904-10908.
  581. Wang, X., D.L. Dilcher, and T.A. Lott. Submitted. Parapodocarpus gen. nov. and its implications for interpreting the ovulate organ in Podocarpaceae. Geophytology.
  582. 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.
  583. 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.
  584. Wang, Q., D.L. Dilcher, X.Y. Zhu, Y.L. Zhou, and T.A. Lott. 2006. Fruits and leaflets of Wisteria (Leguminosae, Papilionoidea) from the Miocene of Shandong Province, eastern China. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 167(5): 1061-1074.
  585. Wang, Q., D.L. Dilcher, and T.A. Lott. 2007. Podocarpium A. Braun ex Stizenberger, 1851 from the middle Miocene of eastern China, and its paleoecology and biogeography. Acta Palaeobotanica, 47(1): 237-251.
  586. Donovan, S.K., R.W. Portell, R.K. Pickerill, and W. Lindsay. In revision. An asteroid (Echinodermata) from the Miocene of the Lesser Antilles. Palaeontology.
  587. Feldmann, R.M. and R.W. Portell. 2007. First report of Costacopluma Collins and Morris, 1975 (Decapoda: Brachyura: Retroplumidae) from the Eocene of Alabama, U.S.A. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 27(1): 90-96.
  588. Allmon, W.D. and R.W. Portell. In revision. A turritelline-dominated limestone from the Pliocene of northern Chile. Palaios.
  589. Green, J.L. 2006. Chronologic variation and sexual dimorphism in Mammut americanum (American Mastodon) from the Pleistocene of Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 46: 29-59.
  590. 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.
  591. MacFadden, B.J., J. Labs-Hochstein, R.C. Hulbert, Jr., and J.A. Baskin. 2007. Rare earth element dating of the Neogene terror bird (Titanis) from North America. Geology, 35: 123-126.
  592. Blake, D.B. and R.W. Portell. In press. A new genus of Asteroidea (Echinodermata) from the Late Eocene of Florida. Journal of Paleontology.
  593. Grawe DeSantis, L. and B.J. MacFadden. 2007. Identifying forested habitats in Deep Time using fossil tapirs and stable isotopes. Courier Forchungsinstitut Senckenberg, 258: 147-157.
  594. Jackson, T.A., T.W. Scott, S.K. Donovan, R.K. Pickrill, R.W. Portell, and D.A.T. Harper. 2008. The volcaniclastic turbidites of the Grand Bay Formation, Carriacou. Journal of Caribbean Science, 44(1): 116-124.
  595. Schmelz, G. and R.W. Portell. 2007. The Epitoniidae from the lower Alum Bluff Group (lower to middle Miocene) of Florida with descriptions of nine new species. The Nautilus, 121(3): 105-130.
  596. DeSantis, L.R.G., and S.C. Wallace. In review. Neogene forests from the Appalachians of Tennessee, USA: Geochemical evidence.from the fossil mammal teeth. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
  597. 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.
  598. Pirkle, F.L., F.J. Rich, J.G. Reynolds, T.A. Zayac, W.A.P., and R.W. Portell. 2007. The Geology, stratigraphy, and paleontology of Reids, Bells, and Roses bluffs in northeast Florida. Guide to fieldtrips - 56th Annual Meeting Southeastern Geological Society of America, 137-151.
  599. Portell, R.W. and S.K. Donovan. 2008. Campanile trevorjacksoni sp. nov.† (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the Eocene of Jamaica: At last a name for the first fossil used in intercontinental biostratigraphic correlation (de la Beche 1827). Geological Journal, 43: 542-551.
  600. Webb, S.D. 2008. Revision of the extinct Pseudoceratinae (Artiodactyla: Ruminatia). Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 48(2): 17-58.
  601. 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): 1-12.
  602. Hendricks, J. and R.W. Portell. 2008. Eocene Conus (Neogastropoda: Conidae) from Florida, USA. The Nautilus, 122(2): 79-93.
  603. MacFadden, B.J. and R.C. Hulbert, Jr. 2009. Calibration of Mammoth (Mammuthus disperial into North America using rare earth elements of Plio-Pleistocene mammals from Florida. Quaternary Research, 71: 41-48.
  604. MacFadden, B.J. Submitted. Supposed late Pliocene Bison from Florida: Evidence from rare earth element dating.
  605. Kuerschner, W.M., Z. Kuacek, and D.L. Dilcher. In press. The impact of Miocene atmospheric carbon dioxide fluctuations on climate and the evolution of terrestrial ecosystems. PNAS.
  606. Hu, Shusheug, D. Dilcher, D. Jarzen, and D.W. Taylor. 2008. Early steps of angiosperm pollination coevolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105(1): 240-245.
  607. DeSantis, L.R.G., R.S., Feranec, and B.J. MacFadden. Submitted. Effects of global warming in ancient mammalian communities and their environments.
  608. Portell, R.W. and J.S.H. Collins. In prep. Review and additions to the Eocene decapod crustaceans from the Ocala Limestone of Florida. Journal of Crustacean Biology.
  609. Dilcher, D.L., M.A. Gibson, T. Lott, and C. Dudley. In prep. A Caesalpinoid flower from the Eocene of Tennessee. American Journal of Botany.
  610. Hulbert, R.C., S.C. Wallace, W.E. Klippel, and P.W. Parmalee. In press. Cranial morphology and systematics of an extraordinary sample of the late Neogene dwarf tapier, Tapirus polkensis (Olsen). Journal of Paleontology.
  611. Ehret, D.J., B.J. MacFadden, and R. Sales-Gismondi. In press. Caught in the act: Trophic interactions between a 4 million year-old white shark (Carcharodon) and mysticete whale from Peru. Palaios.
  612. MacFadden, B.J., A. Rincon, C. Jaramillo, and M.X. Kirby. In prep. Extinct peccary (Tayassuidae) from the Miocene of Panama.
  613. Hulbert, R.C., G S. Morgan, and A. Kerner. In prep. The collared peccary (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Tayassuidae, Pecari) from the late Pleistocene of Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.
  614. Ren, D.C. Labandeira, J. Santiago-Blay, A. Rasnitsyn, A.S. Bashkuev, C. Hotton, C.-K. Shih, and D.L. Dilcher. In prep. Before angiosperms: A new mid-Mesozoic pollination mode in a Eurasian clade of long-proboscid scorpionflies.
  615. MacFadden, B.J., L.R.D. DeSantis, J. Labs Hochstein, and G. Kamenov. In prep.. Physical properties, geochemistry, and diagenesis of fossil xenarthran teeth: Prospects for interperating the paleoecology of extinct species. Palaeo 3.
  616. MacFadden, B.J. In press. Three-toed browsing horse Anchitherium (Equidae) from the Miocene of Panama. Journal of Paleontology.
  617. Burdette, K.E., W.J. Rink, G.H. Means, and R.W. Portell. Submitted. Optical dating of the Anastasia Formation, northeastern Florida, USA. QSR.
  618. Portell, R.W. and G. Schmelz. In prep. A new species of Kuphus (Bivalvia: Teredinidae) from the lower Miocene Chipola Formation of Florida. The Nautilus.