Daniel Ksepka
Daniel Ksepka
Curator, Bruce Museum
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Best practices for justifying fossil calibrations
JF Parham, PCJ Donoghue, CJ Bell, TD Calway, JJ Head, PA Holroyd, ...
Systematic Biology, syr107, 2012
4882012
Fossil evidence for evolution of the shape and color of penguin feathers
JA Clarke, DT Ksepka, R Salas-Gismondi, AJ Altamirano, MD Shawkey, ...
Science 330 (6006), 954-957, 2010
1862010
Bayesian total-evidence dating reveals the recent crown radiation of penguins
A Gavryushkina, TA Heath, DT Ksepka, T Stadler, D Welch, AJ Drummond
Systematic biology 66 (1), 57-73, 2017
1782017
Paleogene equatorial penguins challenge the proposed relationship between biogeography, diversity, and Cenozoic climate change
JA Clarke, DT Ksepka, M Stucchi, M Urbina, N Giannini, S Bertelli, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (28), 11545-11550, 2007
1392007
The phylogeny of the living and fossil Sphenisciformes (penguins)
DT Ksepka, S Bertelli, NP Giannini
Cladistics 22 (5), 412-441, 2006
1312006
Earth history and the passerine superradiation
CH Oliveros, DJ Field, DT Ksepka, FK Barker, A Aleixo, MJ Andersen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (16), 7916-7925, 2019
902019
The basal penguin (Aves: Sphenisciformes) Perudyptes devriesi and a phylogenetic evaluation of the penguin fossil record
DT Ksepka, JA Clarke
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 2010 (337), 1-77, 2010
792010
New fossil penguins (Aves, Sphenisciformes) from the Oligocene of New Zealand reveal the skeletal plan of stem penguins
DT Ksepka, RE Fordyce, T Ando, CM Jones
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32 (2), 235-254, 2012
762012
Penguins past, present, and future: trends in the evolution of the Sphenisciformes
DT Ksepka, T Ando
Living Dinosaurs, 155-186, 2011
572011
Erketu ellisoni, a long-necked sauropod from Bor Guvé (Dornogov Aimag, Mongolia)
DT Ksepka, MA Norell
American Museum Novitates 2006 (3508), 1-16, 2006
572006
Early Paleocene landbird supports rapid phylogenetic and morphological diversification of crown birds after the K–Pg mass extinction
DT Ksepka, TA Stidham, TE Williamson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (30), 8047-8052, 2017
562017
Best practices for digitally constructing endocranial casts: examples from birds and their dinosaurian relatives
AM Balanoff, GS Bever, MW Colbert, JA Clarke, DJ Field, PM Gignac, ...
Journal of Anatomy, 2016
502016
Broken gears in the avian molecular clock: new phylogenetic analyses support stem galliform status for Gallinuloides wyomingensis and rallid affinities for Amitabha …
DT Ksepka
Cladistics 25 (2), 173-197, 2009
472009
Flight performance of the largest volant bird
DT Ksepka
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (29), 10624-10629, 2014
442014
Combined phylogenetic analysis of a new North American fossil species confirms widespread Eocene distribution for stem rollers (Aves, Coracii)
JA Clarke, DT Ksepka, NA Smith, MA Norell
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 157 (3), 586-611, 2009
432009
The fossil calibration database—a new resource for divergence dating
DT Ksepka, JF Parham, JF Allman, MJ Benton, MT Carrano, KA Cranston, ...
Systematic Biology 64 (5), 853-859, 2015
392015
Affinities of Palaeospiza bella and the Phylogeny and Biogeography of Mousebirds (Coliiformes)
DT Ksepka, JA Clarke
The Auk 126 (2), 245-259, 2009
392009
Osteology of Icadyptes salasi, a giant penguin from the Eocene of Peru
DT Ksepka, JA Clarke, TJ DeVries, M Urbina
Journal of Anatomy 213 (2), 131-147, 2008
392008
The illusory evidence for Asian Brachiosauridae: new material of Erketu ellisoni and a phylogenetic reappraisal of basal Titanosauriformes
DT Ksepka, MA Norell
American Museum Novitates 2010 (3700), 1-27, 2010
382010
Evolution of the brain and sensory organs in Sphenisciformes: new data from the stem penguin Paraptenodytes antarcticus
DT Ksepka, AM Balanoff, S Walsh, A Revan, AMY Ho
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 166 (1), 202-219, 2012
362012
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