Nicholas Roy Longrich

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Nicholas R. Longrich, American paleontologist and evolutionary biologist working in the United Kingdom.

Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Bath, BA1 2AY, United Kingdom

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  • David M. Martill; Helmut Tischlinger; Nicholas R. Longrich (2015). "A four-legged snake from the Early Cretaceous of Gondwana". Science. 349 (6246): 416–419. DOI: 10.1126/science.aaa9208. PMID 26206932.

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  • Longrich, N.R., Suberbiola, X. P., Pyron, R.A., & Jalil, N.-E. 2021. The first duckbill dinosaur (Hadrosauridae: Lambeosaurinae) from Africa and the role of oceanic dispersal in dinosaur biogeography. Cretaceous Research 2020: 104678. DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2020.104678 Reference page
  • Smith, R. E., Martill, D. M., Kao, A., Zouhri, S., & Longrich, N. (2021). A long-billed, possible probe-feeding pterosaur (Pterodactyloidea:? Azhdarchoidea) from the mid-Cretaceous of Morocco, North Africa. Cretaceous Research, 118, 104643.
  • Longrich, N.R., Bardet, N., Schulp, A.S. & Jalil, N. 2021. Xenodens calminechari gen. et sp. nov., a bizarre mosasaurid (Mosasauridae, Squamata) with shark-like cutting teeth from the upper Maastrichtian of Morocco, North Africa. Cretaceous Research 123:. DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2021.104764
  • Longrich, N. R., Bardet, N., Khaldoune, F., Yazami, O. K., & Jalil, N.-E. (2021). Pluridens serpentis, a new mosasaurid (Mosasauridae: Halisaurinae) from the Maastrichtian of Morocco and implications for mosasaur diversity. Cretaceous Research, 104882. DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2021.104882


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