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Michael Archer
Michael Archer
Professor of Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of New South Wales
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Recent advances in marspial systematics with a new syncretic classification
K Aplin, M Archer
Possums and Opossums. Studies in evolution 1, XV-lxxii, 1987
3531987
First Mesozoic mammal from Australia—an early Cretaceous monotreme
M Archer, TF Flannery, A Ritchie, RE Molnar
Nature 318 (6044), 363-366, 1985
3061985
Riversleigh
M Archer, S Hand, H Godthelp
Reed, 1991
2951991
The Australian marsupial radiation
M Archer, SJ Hand
Evolution and biogeography of Australasian vertebrates, 575-646, 2006
277*2006
The Australian marsupial radiation
M Archer
Vertebrate zoogeography and evolution in Australasia, 633-808, 1984
2771984
Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian desert culture. Anthropological papers of the AMNH; v. 54, pt. 1
RA Gould, M Archer, N Bronstein, HA Martin
New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1977
2221977
Fossil mammals of Riversleigh, northwestern Queensland: preliminary overview of biostratigraphy, correlation and environmental change
M Archer, H Godthelp, S Hand, D Megirian
Australian zoologist 25 (2), 29-66, 1989
2181989
The distribution of the cane toad, Bufo marinus, in Australia and its effects on indigenous vertebrates.
J Covacevich, M Archer
2001975
First discovery of monotremes in South America
R Pascual, M Archer, EO Jaureguizar, JL Prado, H Godthelp, SJ Hand
Nature 356 (6371), 704-706, 1992
1961992
The basicranial region of marsupicarnivores (Marsupialia), interrelationships of carnivorous marsupials, and affinities of the insectivorous marsupial peramelids
M Archer
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 59 (3), 217-322, 1976
1831976
The dasyurid dentition and its relationships to that of didelphids, thylacinids, borhyaenids (Marsupicarnivora) and peramelids (Peramelina: Marsupialia)
M Archer
Australian Journal of Zoology Supplementary Series 24 (39), 1-34, 1976
1801976
Climate change frames debate over the extinction of megafauna in Sahul (Pleistocene Australia-New Guinea)
S Wroe, JH Field, M Archer, DK Grayson, GJ Price, J Louys, JT Faith, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (22), 8777-8781, 2013
1772013
Prehistoric mammals of Australia and New Guinea: one hundred million years of evolution
JA Long
JHU Press, 2002
1742002
Earliest known Australian Tertiary mammal fauna
H Godthelp, M Archer, R Cifelli, SJ Hand, CF Gilkeson
Nature 356 (6369), 514-516, 1992
1491992
Systematics of Itaboraian (middle Paleocene) age “opossum-like” marsupials from the limestone quarry at São José de Itaboraí, Brazil
LG Marshall, M Archer
Possums and opossums: studies in evolution 1, 91-160, 1987
1451987
The nature of the molar-premolar boundary in marsupials and a reinterpretation of the homology of marsupial cheekteeth
M ARCHER
1351978
Miocene mammal reveals a Mesozoic ghost lineage on insular New Zealand, southwest Pacific
TH Worthy, AJD Tennyson, M Archer, AM Musser, SJ Hand, C Jones, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (51), 19419-19423, 2006
1332006
Australia's oldest marsupial fossils and their biogeographical implications
RMD Beck, H Godthelp, V Weisbecker, M Archer, SJ Hand
PLos one 3 (3), e1858, 2008
1312008
The rise of Australian marsupials: a synopsis of biostratigraphic, phylogenetic, palaeoecologic and palaeobiogeographic understanding
KH Black, M Archer, SJ Hand, H Godthelp
Earth and life: global biodiversity, extinction intervals and biogeographic …, 2012
1302012
Review of the dasyurid (Marsupialia) fossil record, integration of data bearing on phylogenetic interpretation, and suprageneric classification
M Archer
Carnivorous marsupials 2, 397-443, 1982
1271982
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