K. Christopher Beard
K. Christopher Beard
Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Biodiversity Institute, University of Kansas
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Dawn of the Age of Mammals in Asia
KC Beard, MR Dawson
Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 34, 1998
East of Eden: Asia as an important center of taxonomic origination in mammalian evolution
KC Beard
Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 34 (Dawn of the Age of …, 1998
A diverse new primate fauna from middle Eocene fissure-fillings in southeastern China.
KC Beard, T Qi, MR Dawson, B Wang, C Li
Nature 368 (6472), 604-609, 1994
The oldest known primate skeleton and early haplorhine evolution
X Ni, DL Gebo, M Dagosto, J Meng, P Tafforeau, JJ Flynn, KC Beard
Nature 498 (7452), 60-64, 2013
Gliding behaviour and palaeoecology of the alleged primate family Paromomyidae...
KC Beard
Nature 345 (6273), 1990
Earliest complete dentition of an anthropoid primate from the late middle Eocene of Shanxi Province, China
KC Beard, Y Tong, MR Dawson, J Wang, X Huang
Science 272 (5258), 82-85, 1996
Phylogenetic systematics of the Primatomorpha, with special reference to Dermoptera
KC Beard
Mammal phylogeny: placentals, 129-150, 1993
Intercontinental dispersal of Holarctic land mammals near the Paleocene/Eocene boundary; paleogeographic, paleoclimatic and biostratigraphic implications
KC Beard, MR Dawson
Bulletin de la Société géologique de France 170 (5), 697-706, 1999
Laonastes and the "Lazarus Effect" in Recent Mammals
MR Dawson, L Marivaux, C Li, KC Beard, G Métais
Science 311 (5766), 1456-1458, 2006
Interrelationships among primate higher taxa
KC Beard, M Dagosto, DL Gebo, M Godinot
Nature 331 (6158), 712-714, 1988
The oldest North American primate and mammalian biogeography during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
KC Beard
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (10), 3815-3818, 2008
New wrist bones of Proconsul africanus and P. nyanzae from Rusinga Island, Kenya
KC Beard, MF Teaford, A Walker
Folia primatologica 47 (2-3), 97-118, 1986
First skulls of the Early Eocene primate Shoshonius cooperi and the anthropoid-tarsier dichotomy
KC Beard, L Krishtalka, RK Stucky
Nature 349 (6304), 64-67, 1991
The oldest known anthropoid postcranial fossils and the early evolution of higher primates
DL Gebo, M Dagosto, KC Beard, T Qi, J Wang
Nature 404 (6775), 276-278, 2000
Late middle Eocene epoch of Libya yields earliest known radiation of African anthropoids
JJ Jaeger, KC Beard, Y Chaimanee, M Salem, M Benammi, O Hlal, ...
Nature 467 (7319), 1095-1098, 2010
Origin and evolution of gliding in early Cenozoic Dermoptera (Mammalia, Primatomorpha)
KC Beard
Primates and their relatives in phylogenetic perspective, 63-90, 1993
Oligocene primates from China reveal divergence between African and Asian primate evolution
X Ni, Q Li, L Li, KC Beard
Science 352 (6286), 673-677, 2016
The eosimiid primates (Anthropoidea) of the Heti Formation, Yuanqu Basin, Shanxi and Henan Provinces, People's Republic of China
KC Beard, J Wang
Journal of Human Evolution 46 (4), 401-432, 2004
A new genus of Tarsiidae (Mammalia: Primates) from the middle Eocene of Shanxi Province, China, with notes on the historical biogeography of tarsiers
KC Beard
Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 34 (Dawn of the Age of …, 1998
Cranial Anatomy of Shoshonius and the Antiquity of Anthropoidea
KC Beard, RDE MacPhee
Anthropoid origins, 55-97, 1994
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