SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

LITERATURE CITED

  • Abdala F,Malabarba MC. 2007. Enamel microstructure in Exaeretodon, a Late Triassic South American traversodontid (Therapsida: Cynodontia). Rev Bras Paleontol 10: 7178.
  • Abel O. 1928. Allognathosuchus, ein an die cheloniphage Nahrungsweise angepasster Krokodiltypus des nordamerikanischen Eozäns. Paläontol Z 9: 367374.
  • Aoki R. 1989. The jaws mechanics in the heterodont crocodilians. Curr Herpetol Eastern Asia 1: 1721.
  • Barrett PM. 2000. Prosauropod dinosaurs and iguanas: Speculations on the diets of extinct reptiles. In: SuesH-D, editor. Evolution of Herbivory in Terrestrial Vertebrates: Perspectives from the Fossil Record. New York: Cambridge University Press. pp 4278.
  • Barrett PM. 2001. Tooth wear and possible jaw action of Scelidosaurus harrisonii Owen, and a review of feeding mechanisms in other thyreophoran dinosaurs. In: CarpenterK, editor. The Armored Dinosaurs. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. pp 2552.
  • Bramble D,Wake DB. 1985. Feeding mechanisms of lower tetrapods. In: HildebrandM,BrambleD,LiemK,WakeDB, editors. Functional Vertebrate Morphology. Cambridge: Harward University Press. pp 230261.
  • Brinkmann W. 1992. Die Krokodilier-Fauna aus der Unter-Kreide (Ober-Barremium von Uña (Provinz Cuenca. Spanien). Berliner Geowiss Abh (E) 5: 1123.
  • Brito SP,Andrade DV,Abe AS. 2002. Do caimans eat fruit? Herpetol Nat Hist 9: 9596.
  • Brochu CA. 1999. Phylogenetics, taxonomy, and historical biogeography of Alligatoroidea. J Vertebrate Paleontol 19 (Mem. 6): 9100.
  • Bryant HN,Seymour KL. 1990. Observations and comments on the realibility of muscle reconstruction in fossil vertebrates. J Morphol 206: 109117.
  • Buckley GA,Brochu CA,Krause DW,Pol D. 2000. A pug-nosed crocodyliform from the late cretaceous of Madagascar. Nature 405: 941944.
  • Busbey AB. 1982. Form and function of the jaw musculature of Alligator mississippiensis. PhD Dissertation, University of Chicago, USA.
  • Busbey AB. 1989. Form and function of the feeding apparatus of Alligator mississippiensis. J Morphol 202: 99127.
  • Carpenter K,Lindsey D. 1980. The dentary of Brachychampsa montana Gilmore (Alligatorinae; Crocodylidae), a Late Cretaceous turtle-eating alligator. J Paleontol 54: 12131217.
  • Carroll RL. 1988. Vertebrate paleontology and evolution. New York: W.H. Freeman and Co. p 698.
  • Carvalho IS,Bertini RJ. 1999. Mariliasuchus, um novo Crocodylomorpha (Notosuchia) do Cretáceo da bacia Bauru. Brasil. Rev Geol Colomb 24: 83105.
  • Clark JM. 1994. Patterns of evolution in mesozoic Crocodyliformes. In: FraserNC,SuesH-D, editors. In the shadow of the dinosaurs. New York: Cambridge University Press. pp 8497.
  • Clark JM,Fastowsky DE. 1986. Vertebrate biostratigraphy of the Glen Canyon Group in northern Arizona. In: PadianK, editor. The beginning of the age of dinosaurs: Vertebrate faunas across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. New York: Cambridge University Press. pp 285301.
  • Clark JM,Jacobs L,Downs WR. 1989. Mammal-like dentition in a mesozoic crocodylian. Science 244: 10641066.
  • Cleuren J,De Vree F. 2000. Feeding in crocodiles. In: SchwenkK, editor. Feeding, form, function, and evolution in tetrapod vertebrates. New York: Academic Press. pp 337358.
  • Costa RL,Greaves WS. 1981. Experimentally produced toothwear facets and the direction of jaw motion. J Paleontol 55: 635638.
  • Crompton AW. 1995. Masticatory function in nonmammalian cynodonts and early mammals. In: ThomasonJJ, editor. Functional morphology in vertebrate paleontology. New York: Cambridge University Press. pp 5575.
  • Crompton AW,Hiiemae K. 1970. Molar occlusion and mandibular movements during occlusion in the American opossum, Didelphis marsupialis. Zool J Linn Soc 49: 2147.
  • van Drongelen W,Dullemeijer P. 1982. The feeding apparatus of Caiman crocodilus: A functional morphological study. Anat Anz 151: 337366.
  • El-Zaatari S,Grine FE,Teaford MF,Smith HF. 2005. Molar microwear and dietary reconstructions of fossil Cercopithecoidea from the Plio-Pleistocene deposits of South Africa. J Hum Evol 49: 180205.
  • Endo H,Aoki R,Taru H,Rimura J,Sasaki M,Yamamoto M,Arishima K,Hayasi Y. 2002. Comparative functional morphology of the masticatory apparatus in the long-snouted crocodiles. Anat Hist Embryol 31: 206213.
  • Fiorillo AR. 1998. Dental microwear patterns of the sauropod dinosaurs Camarasaurus and Diplodocus: Evidence for resource partitioning in the Late Jurassic of North America. Hist Biol 13: 116.
  • Gadow H. 1901. Amphibia and Reptilia. In: HarmerSF,ShipleyAE, editors. Cambridge Natural History. London: Macmillan. p 668.
  • Gatesy J,Amato G,Norell M,Desalle R,Hayashi C. 2003. Combined support for wholesale taxic atavism in gavialine crocodylians. Syst Biol 52: 403422.
  • Goswami A,Flynn JJ,Ranivoharimanana L,Wyss AR. 2005. Dental microwear in Triassic amniotes: Implications for paleoecology and masticatory mechanics. J Vertebrate Paleontol 25: 320329.
  • Greaves WS. 1973. The inference of jaw motion from tooth wear facets. J Paleontol 47: 10001001.
  • Grine F. 1986. Dental evidence for dietary differences in Australopithecus and Paranthropus: A quantitative analysis of permanent molar microwear. J Hum Evol 15: 783822.
  • Holliday C,Witmer LM. 2007. Archosaur adductor chamber evolution: Integration of musculoskeletal and topological criteria in jaw muscle homology. J Morphol 268: 457484.
  • Iordansky NN. 1964. The jaw muscles of the crocodiles and some relating structures of the crocodilian skull. Anat Anz 115: 256280.
  • Li J. 1985. A revision of Edentosuchus tienshanensis Young from the Tugulu Group of Xingjiang autonomous region. Vertebrata Palasiatica 23: 196206 (Chinese).
  • Lieberman DE,Crompton AW. 2000. Why fuse the mandibular symphysis? A comparative analysis. Am J Phys Anthropol 112: 517540.
  • Martin JE. 2007. New material of the Late Cretaceous globidontan Acynodon iberoccitanus (Crocodylia) from southern France. J Vertebrate Paleontol 27: 362372.
  • Martin JE,Benton MJ. 2008. Crown clades in vertebrate nomenclature:correcting the definition of Crocodylia. Syst Biol 57: 173181.
  • Maynard SJ,Savage RJG. 1959. The mechanics of mammalian jaws. School Sci Rev 40: 289301.
  • Mills JRE. 1967. A comparison of lateral jaw mowements in some mammals from wear facets on the teeth. Arch Oral Biol 12: 645661.
  • Mueller-Töwe IJ. 2006. Feeding options in Steneosaurus bollensis (Mesoeucrocodylia. Thalattosuchia). Hantkeniana Spec 5: 4648.
  • Nobre PH,Carvalho IS. 2006. Adamantinasuchus navae: A new Gondwanan Crocodylomorpha (Mesoeucrocodylia) from the Late Cretaceous of Brazil. Gondwana Res 10: 370378.
  • Norell MA,Clark JM,Hutchinson JH. 1994. The Late Cretaceous alligatoroid Brachychampsa montana (Crocodylia): New material and putative relationships. Am Mus Novit 3116: 126.
  • Nydam RL,Gauthier JA,Chiment JJ. 2000. The mammal-like teeth of the Late Cretaceous lizard Peneteius aquilonius Estes 1969 (Squamata. Teiidae). J Vertebrate Paleontol 20: 628631.
  • Ősi A,Clark JM,Weishampel DB. 2007. First report on a new basal eusuchian crocodyliform with multi-cusped teeth from the upper cretaceous (Santonian) of Hungary. Neues Jahrb Geol Pal Abh 243: 169177.
  • Ősi A. 2008. Cranial osteology of Iharkutosuchus makadii, a late cretaceous basal Eusuchian crocodyliform from Hungary. Neues Jahrb Geol Pal Abh 248: 279299.
  • Pierce S,Benton MJ. Pelagosaurus typus Bronn, 1841 (Mesoeucrocodylia, Thalattosuchia) from the Upper Lias (Toarcian, Lower Jurassic) of Somerset, England. J Vertebrate Paleontol 2006; 26: 621635.
  • Pol D. 2003. New remains of Sphagesaurus huenei (Crocodylomorpha: Mesoeucrocodylia) from the late cretaceous of Brazil. J Vertebrate Paleontol 23: 817831.
  • Pol D,Ji S,Clark JM,Chiappe LM. 2004. Basal crocodyliforms from the lower cretaceous Tugulu Group (Xinjiang, China), and the phylogenetic position of Edentosuchus. Cretaceous Res 25: 120.
  • Rensberger JM. 1973. An occlusal model for mastication and dental wear in herbivorous mammals. J Paleontol 47: 515528.
  • Rybczynski N,Vickaryous MK. 2001. Evidence of complex jaw movement in the Late Cretaceous ankylosaurid Euoplocephalus tutus (Dinosauria: Thyreophora). In: CarpenterK, editor. The Armored Dinosaurs. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. pp 299317.
  • Salisbury SW,Molnar RE,Frey E,Willis PMA. 2006. The origin of modern crocodyliforms: New evidence from the Cretaceous of Australia. Proc R Soc London Ser B 273: 24392448.
  • Sander M. 1999. The microstructure of reptilian tooth enamel: Terminology, function and phylogeny. Münchener Geowiss Abh Reihe A 38: 1102.
  • Schubert BW,Ungar PS. 2005. Wear facets and enamel spalling in tyrannosaurid dinosaurs. Acta Palaeontol Pol 50: 9399.
  • Schumacher GH. 1973. The head muscles and hyolaryngeal skeleton of turtles and crocodilians. In: GansC,ParsonTS, editors. Biology of the Reptilia. London: Academic Press. pp 101199.
  • Simpson GG. 1930. Allognathosuchus mooki, a new crocodile from the Puerco Formation. Am Mus Novit 445: 116.
  • Smith KK. 1993. The form of the feeding apparatus in terrestrial vertebrates: Studies of adaptation and constraint. In: HankenJ,HallBK, editors. The Skull. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. pp 150196.
  • Sues H.-D,Clark JM,Jenkins FJR. 1994. A review of the early Jurassic tetrapods from the Glen Canyon Group of the American southwest. In: FraserNC,SuesH-D, editors. In the Shadow of the Dinosaurs. New York: Cambridge University Press. pp 284294.
  • Teaford MF. 1988. A review of dental microwear and diet in modern mammals. Scan Microscopy 2: 11491166.
  • Teaford MF,Oyen OJ. 1989. Live primates and dental replication: New problems and new techniques. Am J Phys Anthropol 80: 7381.
  • Tucker AD,Limpus CJ,McCallum HI,McDonald KR. 1996. Ontogenetic dietary partitioning by Crocodylus johnstoni during the dry season. Copeia 1996: 978988.
  • Ungar PS. 1995. A semiautomated image analysis procedure for the quantification of dental microwear II. Scanning 17: 5759.
  • Ungar PS. 1996. Dental microwear of European Miocene catarrhines: Evidence for diets and tooth use. J Hum Evol 31: 355366.
  • Upchurch P,Barrett PM. 2000. The evolution of sauropod feeding mechanisms. In: SuesH-D, editor. Evolution of herbivory in terrestrial vertebrates: Perspectives from the fossil record. New York: Cambridge University Press. pp 79122.
  • Walker CA,Hoeck HN,Perez L. 1978. Microwear of mammalian teeth as an indicator of diet. Science 201: 808810.
  • Weishampel DB. 1984. The evolution of jaw mechanics in ornithopod dinosaurs. Adv Anat Embryol Cell Biol 87: 1110.
  • Witmer LM. 1995. The extant phylogenetic bracket and the importance of reconstructing soft tissues in fossils. In: ThomasonJJ, editor. Functional Morphology in Vertebrate Paleontology. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. pp 1933.
  • Wu XC, Sues HD, Sun A. 1995. A plant-eating crocodyliform from the Cretaceous of China. Nature 376: 678680.
  • Wu X-C,Sues H-D. 1996. Anatomy and phylogenetic relationships of Chimaerasuchus paradoxus, an unusal crocodyliform reptile from the lower cretaceous of Hubei, China. J Vertebrate Paleontol 16: 688702.
  • Young CC. 1973. A new fossil crocodile from Wuerho. Mem Inst Vertebrate Paleontol Paleoanthropol 11: 3744 (Chinese).
  • Zaher H,Pol D,Carvalho AB,Riccomini C,Campos D,Nava W. 2006. Redescription of the cranial morphology of Mariliasuchus amarali, and its phylogenetic affinities (Crocodyliformes. Notosuchia). Am Mus Novit 3512: 140.