Keegan Rayne Selig
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Dental topographic analysis of paromomyid (Plesiadapiformes, Primates) cheek teeth: more than 15 million years of changing surfaces and shifting ecologies
S López-Torres, KR Selig, KA Prufrock, D Lin, MT Silcox
Historical Biology 30 (1-2), 76-88, 2018
The frugivorous insectivores? Functional morphological analysis of molar topography for inferring diet in extant treeshrews (Scandentia)
KR Selig, EJ Sargis, MT Silcox
Journal of Mammalogy 100 (6), 1901-1917, 2019
Mammalian molar complexity follows simple, predictable patterns
KR Selig, W Khalid, MT Silcox
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (1), e2008850118, 2021
Dental signatures for exudativory in living primates, with comparisons to other gouging mammals
AM Burrows, LT Nash, A Hartstone‐Rose, MT Silcox, S López‐Torres, ...
The Anatomical Record 303 (2), 265-281, 2020
First 3D dental topographic analysis of the enamel-dentine junction in non-primate euarchontans: Contribution of the enamel-dentine junction to molar morphology
KR Selig, S López-Torres, EJ Sargis, MT Silcox
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 26, 587-598, 2019
Using three-dimensional geometric morphometric and dental topographic analyses to infer the systematics and paleoecology of fossil treeshrews (Mammalia, Scandentia)
KR Selig, EJ Sargis, SGB Chester, MT Silcox
Journal of Paleontology 94 (6), 1202-1212, 2020
Three‐dimensional geometric morphometric analysis of treeshrew (Scandentia) lower molars: Insight into dental variation and systematics
KR Selig, EJ Sargis, MT Silcox
The Anatomical Record 302 (7), 1154-1168, 2019
The effect of high wear diets on the relative pulp volume of the lower molars
KR Selig, K Kupczik, MT Silcox
American journal of physical anthropology 174 (4), 804-811, 2021
A novel method for assessing enamel thickness distribution in the anterior dentition as a signal for gouging and other extractive foraging behaviors in gummivorous mammals
KR Selig, S López-Torres, A Hartstone-Rose, LT Nash, AM Burrows, ...
Folia Primatologica 91 (4), 365-384, 2019
The largest and earliest known sample of dental caries in an extinct mammal (Mammalia, Euarchonta, Microsyops latidens) and its ecological implications
KR Selig, MT Silcox
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 15920, 2021
The toothcomb of Karanisia clarki–was this species an exudate-feeder
S López-Torres, KR Selig, AM Burrows, MT Silcox, KAI Nekaris
Ecology and conservation of lorises and pottos. Cambridge University Press …, 2020
Cladogenesis and replacement in the fossil record of Microsyopidae (? Primates) from the southern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
MT Silcox, KR Selig, TM Bown, AE Chew, KD Rose
Biology Letters 17 (2), 20200824, 2021
Dietary shifts in a group of Early Eocene euarchontans (Microsyopidae) in association with climatic change
KR Selig, AE Chew, MT Silcox
Palaeontology 64 (5), 609-628, 2021
Intraspecific variation in molar topography of the early Eocene stem primate Microsyops latidens (Mammalia, ?Primates)
KR Selig, L Schroeder, MT Silcox
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 41 (4), e1995738, 2021
Measuring Molarization: Change Through Time in Premolar Function in An Extinct Stem Primate Lineage
KR Selig, MT Silcox
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 29 (4), 947-956, 2022
March. Identification and Implications of Carious Lesions in a Large Sample of Early Eocene Stem Primates from the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming
KR Selig, MT Silcox
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 171, 257-258, 2020
The uncertainty of the potto and exudate-feeding in Lorisidae
A Burrows, A Hartstone-Rose, LT Nash, MT Silcox, KR Selig, ...
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 168, 31-32, 2019
Investigating variation in euarchontan dental topography as a signal of dietary breadth
KR Selig, MS Ramsay, MT Silcox
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 168, 224-224, 2019
Differential enamel thickness in the anterior dentition as a signal for gouging behavior
KR Selig, S Lopez-Torres, A Hartstone-Rose, AM Burrows, MT Silcox
Form, function, and tissue proportions of the mustelid carnassial molar
KR Selig
Mammal Research, 1-10, 2023
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