Eric J. Sargis
Eric J. Sargis
Professor, Yale University; Curator, Peabody Museum of Natural History
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The placental mammal ancestor and the post–K-Pg radiation of placentals
MA O'leary, JI Bloch, JJ Flynn, TJ Gaudin, A Giallombardo, NP Giannini, ...
Science 339 (6120), 662-667, 2013
9542013
New Paleocene skeletons and the relationship of plesiadapiforms to crown-clade primates
JI Bloch, MT Silcox, DM Boyer, EJ Sargis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (4), 1159-1164, 2007
2862007
Body mass in Cercopithecidae (Primates, Mammalia): estimation and scaling in extinct and extant taxa. Anthropological papers of the AMNH; no. 83
E Delson, CJ Terranova, WL Jungers, EJ Sargis, NG Jablonski
New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History, 2000
2672000
Model-based analysis of postcranial osteology of marsupials from the Palaeocene of Itaboraí (Brazil) and the phylogenetics and biogeography of Metatheria
FS Szalay, EJ Sargis
Geodiversitas 23 (2), 139-302, 2001
1652001
Terrestrial adaptations in the postcranial skeletons of guenons
DL Gebo, EJ Sargis
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 93 (3), 341-371, 1994
1651994
Functional morphology of the forelimb of tupaiids (Mammalia, Scandentia) and its phylogenetic implications
EJ Sargis
Journal of Morphology 253 (1), 10-42, 2002
1562002
A new genus of African monkey, Rungwecebus: morphology, ecology, and molecular phylogenetics
TRB Davenport, WT Stanley, EJ Sargis, DW De Luca, NE Mpunga, ...
Science 312 (5778), 1378-1381, 2006
1422006
Functional morphology of the hindlimb of tupaiids (Mammalia, Scandentia) and its phylogenetic implications
EJ Sargis
Journal of Morphology 254 (2), 149-185, 2002
1372002
The grasping behaviour, locomotion and substrate use of the tree shrews Tupaia minor and T. tana (Mammalia, Scandentia)
EJ Sargis
Journal of Zoology 253 (4), 485-490, 2001
1002001
New views on tree shrews: the role of tupaiids in primate supraordinal relationships
EJ Sargis
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews: Issues, News, and …, 2004
982004
Photography-based taxonomy is inadequate, unnecessary, and potentially harmful for biological sciences
LMP Ceriaco, EE Gutiérrez, A Dubois, M Carr, 490 signatories
Zootaxa 4196 (3), 435-445, 2016
872016
Molecular phylogeny of treeshrews (Mammalia: Scandentia) and the timescale of diversification in Southeast Asia
TE Roberts, HC Lanier, EJ Sargis, LE Olson
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 60 (3), 358-372, 2011
832011
Intraordinal phylogenetics of treeshrews (Mammalia: Scandentia) based on evidence from the mitochondrial 12S rRNA gene
LE Olson, EJ Sargis, RD Martin
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 35 (3), 656-673, 2005
832005
A preliminary qualitative analysis of the axial skeleton of tupaiids (Mammalia, Scandentia): functional morphology and phylogenetic implications
EJ Sargis
Journal of Zoology 253 (4), 473-483, 2001
832001
Evolution of pedal grasping in Primates
EJ Sargis, DM Boyer, JI Bloch, MT Silcox
Journal of Human Evolution 53 (1), 103-107, 2007
802007
The postcranial morphology of Ptilocercus lowii (Scandentia, Tupaiidae): an analysis of primatomorphan and volitantian characters
EJ Sargis
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 9 (1), 137-160, 2002
682002
Primate origins and supraordinal relationships: morphological evidence
MT Silcox, EJ Sargis, JI Bloch, DM Boyer
Handbook of paleoanthropology, 1053-1081, 2015
67*2015
Primate origins and supraordinal relationships: morphological evidence
MT Silcox, EJ Sargis, JI Bloch, DM Boyer
Handbook of paleoanthropology 2, 831-859, 2007
672007
Evolutionary morphology of the Tenrecoidea (Mammalia) forelimb skeleton
JA Salton, EJ Sargis
Mammalian Evolutionary Morphology, 51-71, 2008
602008
Lesula: a new species of Cercopithecus monkey endemic to the Democratic Republic of Congo and implications for conservation of Congo’s central basin
JA Hart, KM Detwiler, CC Gilbert, AS Burrell, JL Fuller, M Emetshu, ...
PloS one 7 (9), e44271, 2012
582012
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