SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

Read about Australian dinosaurs in more detail from these selected scientific papers:

Australovenator wintonensis, Banjo

2009, New mid-Cretaceous (late Albian) dinosaurs from Winton, Queensland, Australia. PLoS ONE

2009, A new clade of archaic large-bodied predatory dinosaurs (Theropoda: Allosauroidea) that survived to the latest Mesozoic. Naturwissenschaften 

2012, New Forearm Elements Discovered of Holotype Specimen Australovenator wintonensis from Winton, Queensland, Australia. PLoS ONE

2013, Morphological comparisons of metacarpal I for Australovenator wintonensis and Rapator ornitholestoides: implications for their taxonomic relationships. Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology

2013, New Australovenator Hind Limb Elements Pertaining to the Holotype Reveal the Most Complete Neovenatorid Leg. PLoS ONE

2015, Forearm Range of Motion in Australovenator wintonensis (Theropoda, Megaraptoridae). PLoS ONE

2015, The dentary of Australovenator wintonensis (Theropoda, Megaraptoridae); implications for megaraptorid dentition. PeerJ

2016, The pes of Australovenator wintonensis (Theropoda: Megaraptoridae): analysis of the pedal range of motion and biological restoration. PeerJ

2017, A methodology of theropod print replication utilising the pedal reconstruction of Australovenator and a simulated paleo-sediment. Peer J

Diamantinasaurus matildae, Matilda and Elliot

2009, New mid-Cretaceous (late Albian) dinosaurs from Winton, Queensland, Australia. PLoS ONE

2014, Revision of the sauropod dinosaur Diamantinasaurus matildae Hocknull et al. 2009 from the mid-Cretaceous of Australia: Implications for Gondwanan titanosauriform dispersal. ScienceDirect

2016, A new Cretaceous dinosaur from Queensland, Australia sheds light on global sauropod evolution. Nature

 

Wintonotitan wattsi, Clancy

2009, New mid-Cretaceous (late Albian) dinosaurs from Winton, Queensland, Australia. PLoS ONE

2014, Reassessment of the non-titanosaurian somphospondylan Wintonotitan wattsi (Dinosauria: Sauropoda: Titanosauriformes) from the mid-Cretaceous Winton Formation, Queensland, Australia. Papers in Palaeontology

Savannasaurus elliottorum, Wade

2016, A new Cretaceous dinosaur from Queensland, Australia sheds light on global sauropod evolution. Nature

Kunbarrasaurus ieversi (formerly Minmi sp)

1980, An ankylosaur (Ornithischia: Reptilia) from the Lower Cretaceous of southern Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 

1987, The paravertebral elements of the Australian ankylosaur Minmi (Reptilia: Ornithischia, Cretaceous). Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie

1994, Dinosaurs of Australia and New Zealand and other animals of the Mesozoic era

1996, Preliminary report on a new ankylosaur from the Early Cretaceous of Queensland, Australia. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum

1998, Dinosaurs of Australia and New Zealand and other animals of the Mesozoic

2000, Gut contents of a small ankylosaur. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology

2001, Armour of the small ankylosaur Minmi. In: Carpenter K (ed.)The armoured dinosaurs

2001,  An ankylosaurian cololite from the Lower Creatceous of Queensland, Australia. In: Carpenter K (ed.) The armoured dinosaurs

2015, Cranial osteology of the ankylosaurian dinosaur formerly known as Minmi sp. (Ornithischia: Thyreophora) from  the Lower Cretaceous Allaru Mudstone of Richmond, Queensland, Austraia. PeerJ

Muttaburrasaurus langdoni

1981, Muttaburrasaurus: a new Iguanodontid (Ornithischia: Ornithopoda) dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous of Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland 

1996, Observations on the Australian ornithopod dinosaur, Muttaburrasaurus. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum

1995, Possible convergence in the jaw mechanisms of ceratopians and Muttaburrasaurus. In: A.Sun and Y.Wang (eds) Sixth Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems and Biota, short papers

2010, New Basal Iguanodonts from the Cedar Mountain Formation of Utah and the Evolution of Thumb-Spiked Dinosaurs. PLoS ONE

Dinosaur Stampede at Lark Quarry Conservation Park

1979. A minute – a hundred million years ago. Hemisphere

1979. Tracking dinosaurs: the Winton excavation. Australian Natural History

1979. Dinosaur stampede in the Cretaceous of Queensland. Lethaia

1984. Dinosaur trackways in the Winton Formation (mid-Cretaceous) of Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum

1984. Tracking dinosaurs: the Winton excavation. In Archer, M. and Clayton, G. (eds). Vertebrate Zoogeography & Evolution in Australasia (Animals in Space and Time)

1989. A footprint as a history of movement. In Gillette, D. D. and Lockley, M. G. (eds). Dinosaur Tracks and Traces

2011. A reassessment of large theropod dinosaur tracks from the mid-Cretaceous (late Albian–Cenomanian) Winton Formation of Lark Quarry, central-western Queensland, Australia: A case for mistaken identity

2013. Reevaluation of the Lark Quarry dinosaur tracksite (late Albian–Cenomanian Winton Formation, central-western Queensland, Australia): no longer a stampede? Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology

2013. Lark Quarry revisited: a critique of methods used to identify a large dinosaurian track-maker in the Winton Formation (Albian–Cenomanian), western Queensland, Australia. Alcheringa

2013. Detrital zircon age constraints for the Winton Formation, Queensland: contextualizing Australia’s Late Cretaceous dinosaur faunas. Gondwana Research

2014. Large dinosaurian tracks from the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian–Turonian) portion of the Winton Formation, Lark Quarry, central-western Queensland, Australia: 3D photogrammetric analysis renders the ‘stampede trigger’ scenario unlikely. Cretaceous Research

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