Darin A. Croft
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Middle Eocene rodents from Peruvian Amazonia reveal the pattern and timing of caviomorph origins and biogeography
PO Antoine, L Marivaux, DA Croft, G Billet, M Ganerød, C Jaramillo, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1732), 1319-1326, 2012
The Tinguiririca fauna, Chile: Biochronology, paleoecology, biogeography, and a new earliest Oligocene South American land mammal ‘age’
JJ Flynn, AR Wyss, DA Croft, R Charrier
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 195 (3-4), 229-259, 2003
A 60-million-year Cenozoic history of western Amazonian ecosystems in Contamana, eastern Peru
PO Antoine, MA Abello, S Adnet, AJA Sierra, P Baby, G Billet, M Boivin, ...
Gondwana Research 31, 30-59, 2016
Cenozoic environmental change in South America as indicated by mammalian body size distributions (cenograms)
DA Croft
Diversity and distributions 7 (6), 271-287, 2001
Notoungulata and Litopterna of the early Miocene Chucal fauna, northern Chile
DA Croft, JJ Flynn, AR Wyss
Fieldiana Geology 2004 (50), 1-52, 2004
Paleogene Xenarthra and the evolution of South American mammals
TJ Gaudin, DA Croft
Journal of Mammalogy 96 (4), 622-634, 2015
The middle Miocene (Laventan) Quebrada Honda fauna, southern Bolivia and a description of its notoungulates
DA Croft
Palaeontology 50 (1), 277-303, 2007
A new basal glyptodontid and other Xenarthra of the early Miocene Chucal Fauna, northern Chile
DA Croft, JJ Flynn, AR Wyss
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27 (4), 781-797, 2007
Horned armadillos and rafting monkeys: the fascinating fossil mammals of South America
DA Croft
Indiana University Press, 2016
New data on Miocene neotropical provinciality from Cerdas, Bolivia
DA Croft, F Anaya, D Auerbach, C Garzione, BJ MacFadden
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 16, 175-198, 2009
Chronologic implications of new Miocene mammals from the Cura-Mallín and Trapa Trapa formations, Laguna del Laja area, south central Chile
JJ Flynn, R Charrier, DA Croft, PB Gans, TM Herriott, JA Wertheim, ...
Journal of South American Earth Sciences 26 (4), 412-423, 2008
The Tinguiririca Fauna of Chile and the early stages of “modernization” of South American mammal faunas
DA Croft, JJ Flynn, AR Wyss
Arquivos do Museu Nacional 66 (1), 191-211, 2008
Large archaeohyracids (Typotheria, Notoungulata) from Central Chile and Patagonia: Including a revision of Archaeotypotherium
DA Croft, ...
Field Museum of Natural History 49, 1-38, 2003
Two new taxa (Caviomorpha, Rodentia) from the early Oligocene Tinguiririca fauna (Chile)
OC Bertrand, JJ Flynn, DA Croft, AR Wyss
American Museum Novitates 2012 (3750), 1-36, 2012
Analysis of function in the absence of extant functional homologues: a case study using mesotheriid notoungulates (Mammalia)
BJ Shockey, DA Croft, F Anaya
Paleobiology 33 (2), 227-247, 2007
The first application of the mesowear method to endemic South American ungulates (Notoungulata)
DA Croft, D Weinstein
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 269 (1-2), 103-114, 2008
Splendid innovation: the extinct South American native ungulates
DA Croft, JN Gelfo, GM López
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 48, 259-290, 2020
The first Cenozoic mammal fauna from the Chilean Altiplano
JJ Flynn, DA Croft, R Charrier, G Hérail, AR Wyss
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22 (1), 200-206, 2002
A new middle Miocene hegetotheriid (Notoungulata: Typotheria) and a phylogeny of the Hegetotheriidae
DA Croft, F Anaya
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26 (2), 387-399, 2006
Diets of notoungulates from the Santa Cruz Formation, Argentina: new evidence from enamel microwear
KEB Townsend, DA Croft
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28 (1), 217-230, 2008
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