Juan Benito
Juan Benito
University of Cambridge; University of Bath
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Late Cretaceous neornithine from Europe illuminates the origins of crown birds
DJ Field, J Benito, A Chen, JWM Jagt, DT Ksepka
Nature 579 (7799), 397-401, 2020
Diversity dynamics of Phanerozoic terrestrial tetrapods at the local-community scale
RA Close, RBJ Benson, J Alroy, AK Behrensmeyer, J Benito, MT Carrano, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (4), 590-597, 2019
Cretaceous ornithurine supports a neognathous crown bird ancestor
J Benito, PC Kuo, KE Widrig, JWM Jagt, DJ Field
Nature 612 (7938), 100-105, 2022
Forty new specimens of Ichthyornis provide unprecedented insight into the postcranial morphology of crownward stem group birds
J Benito, A Chen, LE Wilson, BAS Bhullar, D Burnham, DJ Field
PeerJ, 10:e13919, 2022
Topology-based three-dimensional reconstruction of delicate skeletal fossil remains and the quantification of their taphonomic deformation
OE Demuth, J Benito, E Tschopp, S Lautenschlager, H Mallison, N Heeb, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10, 125, 2022
Reconstructing locomotor ecology of extinct avialans: a case study of Ichthyornis comparing sternum morphology and skeletal proportions
TM Lowi-Merri, OE Demuth, J Benito, DJ Field, RBJ Benson, S Claramunt, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290 (1994), 20222020, 2023
Hwiccewyrm trispiculum gen. et sp. nov., a new leptopleuronine procolophonid from the Late Triassic of southwest England
RJ Butler, LE Meade, TJ Cleary, KT McWhirter, EE Brown, TS Kemp, ...
The Anatomical Record, 2023
Taphonomic damage obfuscates interpretation of the retroarticular region of the Asteriornis mandible
A Crane, J Benito, A Chen, G Musser, CR Torres, JA Clarke, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.06. 13.544555, 2023
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