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The femur of Orrorin tugenensis exhibits morphometric affinities with both Miocene apes and later hominins
S Almécija, M Tallman, DM Alba, M Pina, S Moyà-Solà, WL Jungers
Nature Communications 4, 2888, 2013
Miocene small-bodied ape from Eurasia sheds light on hominoid evolution
DM Alba, S Almécija, D DeMiguel, J Fortuny, MP de los Ríos, M Pina, ...
Science 350 (6260), aab2625, 2015
First record of Mesopithecus (Cercopithecidae, Colobinae) from the Miocene of the Iberian Peninsula
DM Alba, P Montoya, M Pina, L Rook, J Abella, J Morales, E Delson
Journal of human evolution 88, 1-14, 2015
Brief communication: Paleobiological inferences on the locomotor repertoire of extinct hominoids based on femoral neck cortical thickness: The fossil great ape hispanopithecus …
M Pina, DM Alba, S Almécija, J Fortuny, S Moyà‐Solà
American journal of physical anthropology 149 (1), 142-148, 2012
The middle Miocene ape Pierolapithecus catalaunicus exhibits extant great ape-like morphometric affinities on its patella: inferences on knee function and evolution
M Pina, S Almécija, DM Alba, MC O'Neill, S Moyà-Solà
PloS one 9 (3), e91944, 2014
Bio-and magnetostratigraphic correlation of the Miocene primate-bearing site of Castell de Barberà to the earliest Vallesian
DM Alba, M Garcés, I Casanovas-Vilar, JM Robles, M Pina, S Moyà-Solà, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 132, 32-46, 2019
Femoral neck cortical bone distribution of dryopithecin apes and the evolution of hominid locomotion
M Pina, DM Alba, S Moyà-Solà, S Almécija
Journal of Human Evolution 136, 102651, 2019
A comparative analysis of the vestibular apparatus in Epipliopithecus vindobonensis: Phylogenetic implications
A Urciuoli, C Zanolli, A Beaudet, M Pina, S Almécija, S Moyà-Solà, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 151, 102930, 0
Calcar femorale variation in extant and fossil hominids: Implications for identifying bipedal locomotion in fossil hominins
M Cazenave, TL Kivell, M Pina, DR Begun, MM Skinner
Journal of Human Evolution 167, 103183, 2022
Functional anatomy of the calcaneum and talus in Cercopithecinae (Mammalia, Primates, Cercopithecidae)
M Pina, MJ Salesa, M Antón, JF Pastor
Estudios Geológicos 67 (2), 385-394, 2011
Paleocorología de los mamíferos del Mioceno medio de Somosaguas (Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid)
M Pina, M Pérez de los Ríos, M Hernández Fernández
Palaeontologica Nova, 345-356, 2008
Knee function through finite element analysis and the role of Miocene hominoids in our understanding of the origin of antipronograde behaviours: the Pierolapithecus …
M Pina, D DeMiguel, F Puigvert, J Marcé‐Nogué, S Moyà‐Solà
Palaeontology, 0
New forelimb long bone specimens of Nacholapithecus kerioi from the Middle Miocene of northern Kenya
T Takano, M Nakatsukasa, M Pina, Y Kunimatsu, Y Nakano, N Morimoto, ...
Anthropological Science, 200116, 2020
Earliest Vallesian suid remains from Creu de Conill 20 (Vallès-Penedès Basin, NE Iberian Peninsula)
S McKenzie, L Sorbelli, M Cherin, S Almécija, M Pina, J Abella, ÀH Luján, ...
Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 1-58, 2022
Locomotor inferences in Hispanopithecus laietanus on the basis of its femoral neck cortical thickness
M Pina, DM Alba, S Almecija, J Fortuny, S Moya-Sola
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 147, 237-237, 2012
Is the cortical thickness of the femoral neck a diagnostic trait for inferring bipedalism?
M Pina, DM Alba, S Almécija, S Moyà-Solà
Paleontol Evol Memòria especial núm 5, 313-317, 2011
Comparative anatomy of the carotid canal in the Miocene small-bodied catarrhine Pliobates cataloniae
F Bouchet, A Urciuoli, A Beaudet, M Pina, S Moyà-Solà, DM Alba
Journal of Human Evolution 161, 103073, 2021
New femoral remains of Nacholapithecus kerioi: Implications for intraspecific variation and Miocene hominoid evolution
M Pina, Y Kikuchi, M Nakatsukasa, Y Nakano, Y Kunimatsu, N Ogihara, ...
Journal of human evolution 155, 102982, 2021
Disentangling the positional behavior of European Miocene hominoids: Evidence from the internal structure of the femoral neck
DM Alba, M Pina, S Almécija, S Moyà-Solà
Abstract Book and Field Trip Guide, XII Annual Meeting of the European …, 2014
First Miocene record of Mesopithecus from the Iberian Peninsula based on Turolian remains from Venta del Moro (Valencia, Spain).
DM Alba, P Montoya, M Pina, L Rook, J Abella, J Morales, E Delson
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