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Alfred Sherwood ROMER
December 28, 1894 -November 5, 1973

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The comparison of mammalian and reptilian coracoids. Anat. Rec, 24: 39-47.
The locomotor apparatus of certain primitive and mammal-like reptiles. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., 46: 517-606. http://digitallibrary.amnh.org/dspace/handle/2246/929

The ilium in dinosaurs and birds. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., 48: 141-45.
Crocodilian pelvic muscles and their avian and reptilian homologues. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., 48: 533-52.  http://digitallibrary.amnh.org/dspace/handle/2246/1307
The pelvic musculature of saurischian dinosaurs. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., 48: 605-17.

Pectoral limb musculature and shoulder-girdle structure in fish and tetrapods. Anat. Rec, 27: 119-43.
The lesser trochanter of the mammalian femur. Anat. Rec, 28: 95-102.
A radial exostosis in the fossil canid Daphoenus. Am. J. Sci., 8(5): 235-40.

An ophiacodont reptile from the Permian of Kansas. J. Geol., 33: 173-82.
Permian amphibian and reptilian remains described as Stephanospondylus. J. Geol., 33: 447-63.

A Lower Miocene horse, Anchitherium agatense (Osborn). Am. J. Sci., 12(5): 325-35.
The evolution of the vertebrates. In: The Nature of the World and of Man, ed. H. H. Newman, pp. 304-48. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press.
Vertebrate faunal horizons in the Texas "red beds." Geol. Soc. Am. Prelim. List, 38: 58-59.

The development of the thigh musculature of the chick. J. Morphol. Physiol., 43: 347-85.
With A. H. Sutton. A new arctoid carnivore from the Lower Miocene. Am. J. Sci., 14(5): 459-64.
Notes on the Permo-Carboniferous reptile Dimetrodon. J. Geol., 35: 673-89.
The pelvic musculature of ornithischian dinosaurs. Acta Zool., 8: 225-75.

Among our ancestors. Univ. Chicago Mag., 20: 322-26.
A fossil camel recently living in Utah. Science, 68: 19-20.
Vertebrate faunal horizons in the Texas Permo-Carboniferous red beds. Univ. Tex. Bull., 2801: 67-107.
The notochord in fossil vertebrates. Am. J. Sci., 15(5): 432-33.
A skeletal model of the primitive reptile Seymouria, and the phylogenetic position of that type. J. Geol., 36: 247-260.
Pleistocene mammals of Algeria: Fauna of the Paleolithic station of Mecha-el Arbi. Logan Mus. Bull., 2: 79-163.
With F. M. Fryxell. Paramiatus gurleyi, a deep-bodied amiid fish from the Eocene of Wyoming. Am. J. Sci., 16: 519-27.
With J. T. McCormack. A large Palaeocastor from the Lower Miocene. Am. J. Sci., 15: 58-60.

A fresh skull of an extinct American camel. J. Geol., 37:261-67.
Taxonomy and morphology of some Pennsylvanian amphibians. Bull. Geol. Soc. Am., 40: 243(A).

Australopithecus not a chimpanzee. Science, 71: 48283.
The Pennsylvanian tetrapods of Linton, Ohio. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., 59: 77-147.
Fossil hunting in the Karroo, South Africa. Sci. Mon., 31: 134-44.
With P. H. Nesbitt. An extinct cane-rat (Thryonornys logani, sp. n.) from the central Sahara. Annu. Mag. Nat. Hist., 6(10): 687-90.

With F. Byrne. The pes of Diadectes: Notes on the primitive tetrapod limb. Palaeobiologica, 4: 25-48.
Surveying Pleistocene fauna. Science, n.s. 74: 117(A).

Treasure hunters. Univ. Chicago Mag., 24: 149-54.

Pleistocene vertebrates and their bearing on the problem of human antiquity in North America. In: The American Aborigines, ed. D. Jenness, pp. 49-83. Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press.
Eurypterid influence on vertebrate history. Science, n.s. 78: 114-17.
Man and the Vertebrates. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, vii + 427 pp.
Vertebrate Paleontology. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, vii + 491 pp.

With B. H. Grove. Fresh versus salt water in early vertebrate evolution. Proc. Geol. Soc. Am. (1933): 361-62.
With H. J. Smith. American Carboniferous dipnoans. J. Geol., 42: 700-719.

Early history of Texas red beds vertebrates. Bull. Geol. Soc. Am., 46: 1597-658.
With B. H. Grove. Environment of the early vertebrates. Am. Midl. Nat., 16: 805-62.
Report on vertebrate paleontology. Annu. Rep. Dir. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 1934-1935: 37-40.

Studies on American Permo-Carboniferous tetrapods. Probl. Paleontol., 1: 85-93.
The dipnoan cranial roof. Am. J. Sci., 32(5): 241-56.
Report on vertebrate paleontology. Annu. Rep. Dir. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 1935-1936: 40-41.
With H. J. Smith. Dipnoan skull roof. Proc. Geol. Soc. Am. (1935): 393.

The braincase of the Carboniferous crossopterygian Megalichthys nitidus. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 82: 1-73.  http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/26716#5
New genera and species of pelycosaurian reptiles. Proc. N. Engl. Zool. Club, 16: 89-96.
Report on vertebrate paleontology. Annu. Rep. Dir. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 1936-1937: 41-43.
Man and the Vertebrates. 2d ed. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, ix + 434 pp.
Vertebrates. In: The World and Man, ed. F. R. Moulton, pp. 347-96. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran, and Co.

Mammalian remains from some Paleolithic stations in Algeria. Part II. Logan Mus. Bull., 5: 165-84.
Review of the Pelycosauria. Proc. Geol. Soc. Am. (1937): 287-88.
Report on vertebrate paleontology. Annu. Rep. Dir. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 1937-1938: 40-41.
Frederic Brewster Loomis (1873-1937). Proc. Am. Acad. Arts Sci., 73: 136-37.

The oldest vertebrate egg. Am. J. Sci., 237: 826-29.
Notes on branchiosaurs. Am. J. Sci., 237: 748-61.
An amphibian graveyard. Sci. Mon., 49: 337-39.
Report on vertebrate paleontology. Annu. Rep. Dir. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 1938-1939: 37-39.

Fossil collecting in the Texas red beds. Harv. Alum. Bull., 42: 1045-49.
Mirror image comparison of upper and lower jaws in primitive tetrapods. Anat. Rec, 77: 175-79.
With L. I. Price. Review of the Pelycosauria. Geol. Soc. Am. Spec. Pap., 26. x + 538 pp.
Report on vertebrate paleontology. Annu. Rep. Dir. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 1939-1940: 38-40.

Vertebrate paleontology. In: Geology, 1888-1939, pp. 107-35. New York: Geological Society of America.
Notes on the crossopterygian hyomandibular and braincase. J. Morphol. 69: 141-60.
Earliest land vertebrates of this continent. Science, 94: 279.
The first land animals. Nat. Hist., 48: 236-43.
With R. V. Witter. The skin of the rhachitomous amphibian Eryops. Am. J. Sci., 239: 822-24.
Man and the Vertebrates. 3d ed. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, viii + 405 pp.
Report on vertebrate paleontology. Annu. Rep. Dir. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 1940-1941: 30-32.

Notes on certain American Paleozoic fishes. Am. J. Sci., 240: 216-28.
Cartilage, an embryonic adaptation. Am. Nat., 76: 394-404.
The development of tetrapod limb musculaturethe thigh of Lacerta. J. Morphol., 71: 251-98.
With T. Edinger. Endocranial casts and brains of living and fossil Amphibia. J. Comp. Neurol., 77: 355-89.
With R. V. Witter. Edops, a primitive rhachitomous amphibian from the Texas red beds. J. Geol., 50: 925-60.
Report on vertebrate paleontology. Annu. Rep. Dir. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 1941-1942: 31-32.

Recent mounts of fossil reptiles and amphibians in the Museum of Comparative Zoology. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 92: 331-38. 
Hunting for Grandpa Bumps. Sci. Mon., 57:9496.

The Permian cotylosaur Diadectes tenuitectus. Am. J. Sci., 242: 139-44.
With L. I. Price. Stahleckeria lenzii, a giant Triassic Brazilian dicynodont. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 93: 465-91. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/23067#616
The development of tetrapod limb musculaturethe shoulder region of Lacerta. J. Morphol., 74: 1-41.

Vertebrate Paleontology. 2d ed. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, viii + 687 pp.
The late Carboniferous vertebrate fauna of Kounova (Bohemia) compared with that of the Texas red beds. Am. J. Sci., 243: 417-42.
The primitive reptile Limnoscelis restudied. Am. J. Sci., 244: 149-88.
The early evolution of fishes. Q. Rev. Biol., 21: 33-69.
Thomas Barbour, 1884-1946. Soc. Vert. Paleontol. News Bull., 17: 24-25.
Thomas Barbour. Anat. Rec, 95:473-75.

Review of the Labyrinthodontia. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 99: 1-368.
The relationships of the Permian reptile Protorosaurus. Am. J. Sci., 245: 19-30.
The University. The Agassiz Museum. Harv. Alum. Bull., 49: 619-21.
Louis Agassiz; a hundred years after his coming his influence is still felt. Harv. Alum. Bull, 49: 628-31.

Relative growth in pelycosaurian reptiles. R. Soc. S. Afr. Spec. Publ., Robert Broom Commemorative vol., pp. 45-55.
Ichthyosaur ancestors. Am. J. Sci., 246: 109-21.
Zoology at Harvard. Bios, 19: 7-20.
Advances in the study of organic evolution. Bull. Am. Acad. Arts Sci., 1: 2-3.
With H. B. Bigelow and F. M. Carpenter. Hubert Lyman Clark. Harv. Univ. Gaz., 43: 100-101.
The fossil mammals of Thomas Farm, Gilchrist County, Florida. Q. J. Fl. Acad. Sci., 10: 1-11.
Harvard portraitsA. S. Romer. Harv. Alum. Bull., 9(50): 390.

Louis Agassiz. Sci. Am., 181: 48-51.
The color line in fraternities. Atl. Mon., May, pp. 27-31.
Time series and trends in animal evolution. In: Genetics, Paleontology and Evolution, ed. G. L. Jepsen, E. Mayr, and G. G. Simpson, pp. 103-20. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Univ. Press.
The Vertebrate Body. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. vii + 643 pp.
The nature and relationships of the Paleozoic microsaurs. Am. J. Sci., 248: 628-54.
The Upper Paleozoic Abo Formation and its vertebrate fauna. In: Guidebook for the Fourth Field Conference of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Northwestern New Mexico, ed. E. H. Colbert, S. A. Northrop, A. S. Romer, and G. G. Simpson, pp. 48-55. Mimeographed.

Bison crassicornis in the late Pleistocene of New England. J. Mammal., 32: 230-31.

Late Pennsylvanian and early Permian vertebrates of the Pittsburgh-West Virginia region. Ann. Carnegie Mus., 33: 47-110.
Discussion of "The Mesozoic tetrapods of South America," by E. H. Colbert. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., 99: 250-54.

Aestivation in a Permian lungfish. Breviora, Mus. Cornp. Zool., 30: 1-8.

Fish originsfresh or salt water? Deep-Sea Res., 3(Suppl.): 261-80.
Herpetichthyes, Amphibioidei, Choanichthyes or Sarcopterygii? Nature, 176: 126.
The Vertebrate Body. 2d ed., rev. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. viii + 644 pp.

With D. M. S. Watson. A classification of therapsid reptiles. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 114: 37-89.  http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/26724#55
The early evolution of land vertebrates. Proc. Am. Philos. Soc, 100: 157-67.
Les rapports entre la paleontologie des vertebres et l'anatomie comparee. In: Colloques internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 60: Problemes actuels de paleontologie (Paris, 18-23 April 1955), pp. 149-59. Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.
A Shorter Version of the Second Edition of the Vertebrate Body. 2d ed., abridged. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. viii + 486 pp.
Osteology of the Reptiles. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, xxi + 772 P P .

The appendicular skeleton of the Permian embolomerous amphibian Archeria. Contrib. Mus. Paleontol. Univ. Mich., 13: 103-59.
Origin of the amniote egg. Sci. Mon., 85: 57-63.
Amphibians. In: Treatise on Marine Ecology^and Paleoecology, vol. 2, ed. H. S. Ladd. Geol. Soc. Am. Mem., 67: 1011.

An embolomere jaw from the mid-Carboniferous of Nova Scotia. Breviora, Mus. Comp. Zool., 87: 1-8.  http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/3190589#215
Darwin and the fossil record. In: A Century of Darwin, ed. S. A. Barnett, pp. 130-52. London: William Heinemann Ltd.
The Texas Permian red beds and their vertebrate fauna. In: Studies on Fossil Vertebrates, ed. T. S. Westoll, pp. 157-79. London: Univ. of London, The Athlone Press.
The vertebrate as a dual animalvisceral and somatic. Anat. Rec, 132: 496(A).
Tetrapod limbs and early tetrapod life. Evolution, 12: 365-69.
Phylogeny and behavior with special reference to vertebrate evolution. In: Behavior and Evolution, ed. A. Roe and G. G. Simpson, pp. 48-75. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press.

Vergleichende Anatomie der Wirbeltiere [The Vertebrate Body], trans. H. Frick and D. Starck. Hamburg and Berlin: Paul Parey. xii + 499 pp.
Louis Agassiz in America. Harv. Alum. Bull., 5(62): 209, 224-25.
The Vertebrate Story. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, vii + 437 pp.
Vertebrate paleontology, 1908-1958. J. Paleontol., 33: 915-25.
Darwin and the fossil record. Nat. Hist., 68: 457-69.
A mounted skeleton of the giant plesiosaur Kronosaurus. Breviora, Mus. Comp. Zool., 112: 1-14.
Fossil skeleton reconstructed after 100-million-year delay. Discovery, Nov., p. 464.
Centennial of the Agassiz Museum. Newsl. Harv. Found. Adv. Stud., 30 Sept., p. 3.

Vertebrate-bearing continental Triassic strata in Mendoza region, Argentina. Bull. Geol. Soc. Am., 71: 1279-94.
McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, vols. 1-4, 614, articles on: Aistopoda, Amphibia fossils, Animal evolution, Anthracosauria, Batoidea fossils, Bradyodonti, Chimaerae, Cladoselachii, Elasmobranchii fossils, Embolomeri, Hybodontoidea, Ichthyostegalia, Labyrinthodontia, Lepospondyli, Microsauria, Nectridia, Pleuracanthodii, Rachitomi, Selachii fossils, Seymouriamorpha, Stereospondyli, Temnospondyli, and Trematosauria. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Explosive evolution. Zool. Jahrb. Abt. Syst. Oekol. Geogr. Tiere, 88: 79-90.
The vertebrate fauna of the New Mexico Permian. In: Guidebook of Rio Chama Country, ed. E. C. Beaumont and C. B. Read, pp. 48-54. New Mexico Geol. Soc, Eleventh Field Conference. Socorro, N.M.: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources.

Palaeozoological evidence of climate. (1) Vertebrates. In: Descriptive Palaeoclimatology, ed. A. E. M. Nairn, pp. 183-206. London and New York: Interscience Publishers.
A large ophiacodont pelycosaur from the Pennsylvanian of the Pittsburgh region. Breviora, Mus. Comp. Zool., 144: 1-7. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/3199980#275

A Cambridge triumvirate. New Engl. Q., 35: 104-9.
The fossiliferous Triassic deposits of Ischigualasto, Argentina. Breviora, Mus. Comp. Zool., 156: 1-7.  http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/3199626#405
Vertebrate evolution. Copeia, 1962: 223-27.
The Vertebrate Body. 3d ed. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co. viii + 627 pp.
The Vertebrate Body. 3d ed., abridged. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co. vii + 475 pp.
Synapsid evolution and dentition. Kon. Vlaamse Acad. Wetensch. Lett. Sch. Kunsten Belgie, Brussels, 1961: 9-56.
Darwin and paleontology. Univ. Kans. Sci. Bull., 62(Suppl.): 53-61.
With N. E. Wright, T. Edinger, and R. Van Frank. Bibliography of Fossil Vertebrates Exclusive of North America, 1509-1927. 2 vols. Geol. Soc. Am. Mem. 87. 1544 pp.
La evolution explosive de los rhynchosaurios del Triasico. Rev. Mus. Argent. Cienc. Nat. Bernardino Rivadavia Inst. Nac. Invest. Cien. Nat. Cienc. Zool., 8: 1-14.

The larger embolomerous amphibians of the American Carboniferous. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 128: 415-54. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/25341#581
International Congress of Zoology, 20-27 August 1963. Science, 140: 1113-16.
The "ancient history" of bone. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 109: 168-76.
Foreword. In: The Intelligence of Louis Agassiz, ed. Guy Davenport, pp. vii-x. New York: Beacon.

The braincase of the Paleozoic elasmobranch Tamiobatis. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 131: 87-105.
The skeleton of the Lower Carboniferous labyrinthodont Pholidogaster pisciformis. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 131: 129-59. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/29970#185
Vertebrate Paleontologists Society. Geotimes, 8: 22-24.
Bone in early vertebrates. In: Bone Biodynamics, ed. H. M. Frost, pp. 13-40. Boston: Little, Brown.
Problems in early amphibian history. J. Anim. Morphol. Physiol., 2: 1-20.
Memorial. Augusta Hasslock Kemp. J. Paleontol., 38: 1008.
Diadectes an amphibian? Copeia, 1964: 718-19.
Cope versus Marsh. Syst. Zool., 13: 201-7.
Thomas Barbour. Syst. Zool., 13: 227-34.

Possible polyphylety of the vertebrate classes. Zool. Jahrb. Abt. Syst. Oekol. Geogr. Tiere, 92: 143-56.

The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. I. Introduction. Breviora, Mus. Comp. Zool., 247: 1-14. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/4270619#201
With J. A.Jensen. The Chan ares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. II. Sketch of the geology of the Rio Chanares-Rio Gualo region. Breviora, Mus. Comp. Zool., 252: 1-20.
Las capas Triasicas del "Gondwana" en la historia de la evolution de los vertebrados. Rev. Mus. Argent. Cienc. Nat. Paleontol., 1(5): 115-31.
Vertebrate Paleontology. 3d ed. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, ix + 468 pp.
Vergleichende Anatonie der Wirbeltiere. 2d ed., trans. H. Frick. Hamburg and Berlin: Paul Parey. 536 pp.
Letter from the president. Bull. Am. Assoc. Adv. Sci., Sept. 1966. 2 pp.
With J. W. Stovall and L. I. Price. The postcranial skeleton of the giant Permian pelycosaur Cotylorhynchus romeri. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harv. Univ., 135: 1-30.

The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. III. Two new gomphodonts Massetognathus pascuali and M. teruggi. Breviora, Mus. Comp. Zool., 264: 1-25.
Collecting Triassic fossils in Argentina. Harv. Alum. Bull., 69(13): April 22, pp. 14-18.
A letter to council members. Bull. Am. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 12: 3-4.
Early reptilian evolution re-viewed. Evolution, 21: 821-33.
Major steps in vertebrate evolution. Science, 158: 1629-37.
George Howard Parker. In: Biographical Memoirs, 39: 35990. New York: Columbia Univ. Press for the National Academy of Sciences.
Reply to presentation of Paleontological Society Medal. J. Paleontol. 41: 818-19.
With others. Galeopithecus Pallas. Bull. Zool. Nomencl., 24: 190-91.

The Vertebrate Body. 3d ed., abridged. Philadelphia and Tokyo: W. B. Saunders Co. 475 pp.
An ichthyosaur skull from the Cretaceous of Wyoming. Contrib. Geol. Univ. Wye, 1(7): 27-41.
The Procession of Life. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 323 pp.
Foreword. In: Bernhard Peyer, Comparative Odontology, trans., ed. Rainer Zangerl, pp. v-vi. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press.
Notes and Comments on Vertebrate Paleontology. Chicago: Univ. Of Chicago Press. 304 pp.
Vertebrate animals. Summary of vertebrate paleontology. J. Paleontol., 6(42): 1371-73.
De Evolutie van de gewervelde Dieren. Nat. Tech., 10(36): 339-47.
With G. Clarke, G. Mead, and J. Welsh. Henry Bryant Bigelow. Harv. Univ. Gaz., 64: 91-92.
Fossils and Gondwanaland. Proc. Am. Philos. Soc, 112: 33543.

A temnospondylous labyrinthodont from the Lower Carboniferous. Kirtlandia, 6: 1-20.
Vertebrate paleontology and zoology. Biologist, 51: 49-53.
Research and science teaching. Webb School Cal. Alum. Bull. (1968): 13-15.
The Brazilian Triassic cynodont reptiles Belesodon and Chiniquodon. Breviora, 332: 1-16.
The cranial anatomy of the Permian amphibian Pantylus. Breviora, 314: 1-37.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. V. A new chiniquodontid cynodont, Probelesodon lewisiicynodont ancestry. Breviora, 333: 1-24.
Cynodont reptile with incipient mammalian jaw articulation. Science, 166: 881-82.
Vertebrate history with special reference to factors related to cerebellar evolution. In: Neurobiology of Cerebellar Evolution and Development, ed. R. Llinas, pp. 1-18. Chicago: Chicago Medical Association.

A new anthracosaurian labyrinthodont, Proterogyrinus scheelei, from the Lower Carboniferous. Kirtlandia, 10: 1-15.
The Vertebrate Body. 4th ed. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. 601 pp.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. VI. A chiniquodontid cynodont with an incipient squamosal-dentary jaw articulation. Breviora, 344: 1-18.
The Triassic faunal succession and the Gondwanaland problem. UNESCO Gondwana Stratigraphy IUGS Symposium, Buenos Aires, Oct. 1-15, 1967, pp. 375-400. Paris: UNESCO.
Teaching vertebrate paleontology. In: North American Paleonlogical Convention, Chicago, 1969, Proc. A, pp. 39-45. Lawrence, Kans.: Allen Press.
Entwicklungsgeschichte der Tiere [The Procession of Life], 2 volumes. Lausanne: Editions Rencontre. 630 pp.
Topics in therapsid evolution and classification. Bull. Indian Geol. Assoc, 2: 15-26.
Bojanus and the anatomy of the turtle. In: L. H. Bojanus, Anatome Testudinis Europaeae. Athens, Ohio: Reprinted by the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, pp. iii-v.
L'Evolution Animate, 2 volumes. Lausanne: Editions Rencontre. 630 pp.

The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. VIII. A fragmentary skull of a large thecodont Luperosuchus fractus. Breviora, 373: 1-8.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. IX. The Chanares Formation. Breviora, 377: 1-8. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/4306625#477
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. X. Two new but incompletely known long-limbed pseudosuchians. Breviora, 378: 1-10.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XI. Two new long-snouted thecodonts, Chaharesuchus and Gualosuchus. Breviora, 379: 1-22.
Letter to Science. Curse of Russia is Intourist. Science, 172: 326.
Unorthodoxies in reptilian phylogeny. Evolution, 25: 103-12.
The Vertebrate Body. 4th ed., abridged. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co. 452 pp.
La Evolucion Animal [The Procession of Life]. Barcelona: Ediciones Destino. 630 pp.

The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XII. The postcranial skeleton of the thecodont Chaharesuchus. Breviora, 385: 1-21.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XIII. An early ornithosuchid pseudosuchian, Gracilisuchus stripanicicorum, gen. et sp. nov. Breviora, 389: 1-24.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XIV. Lewisuchus admixtus, gen. et sp. nov., a further thecodont from the Chanares beds. Breviora, 390: 1-13.
The Chariares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna, XV. Further remains of the thecodonts Lagerpeton and Lagosuchus. Breviora, 394: 1-7.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XVI. Thecodont classification. Breviora, 395: 1-24.  http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/3665077#283
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XVII. The Chanares gomphodonts. Breviora, 396: 1-9. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/3665101#307
Tetrapod vertebrates and Gondwanaland. In: Second Gondwana Symposium, South Africa, 1970, Proceedings and Papers, pp. 111-24. Pretoria: Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. South American fossil reptiles as evidence of Gondwanaland. Aust. Nat. Hist., 17: 206-12.
Skin breathingprimary or secondary? Respir. Physiol. 14: 183-92.
L'Evoluzione Animate [The Procession of Life], 2 vols. Milan: Garzanti Editore, 766 pp.
The Procession of Life. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Anchor Books. 384 pp.
A Carboniferous labyrinthodont amphibian with complete dermal armor. Kirtlandia, 16: 1-8.
The Vertebrate Body. 4th ed. Jerusalem: Israel Program for Scientific Translations. 534 pp. (In Hebrew).
The vertebrate as a dual animalsomatic and visceral. In: Evolutionary Biology, ed. by T. Dobzhansky, M. Hecht, and W. Steere, vol. 6, pp. 121-56. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.

The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XVIII. Probelesodon minor, a new species of carnivorous cynodont: family Probainognathidae nov. Breviora, 401: 1-4.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XIX. Postcranial materials of the cynodonts Probelesodon and Probainognathus. Breviora, 407: 1-26.
The Chanares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna. XX. Summary. Breviora, 413: 1-20.
Middle Triassic tetrapod faunas of South America. In: Adas IV Congreso Latinamericano de Zoologia, vol. 2, pp. 1101-17. Caracas: Univ. of Central Venezuela.
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