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67 – MÜLLER, R. T. VON BACZKO, M. BELÉN; DESOJO, J.; NESBITT, S. 2020. The first ornithosuchid from Brazil and its macroevolutionary and phylogenetic implications for Late Triassic faunas in Gondwana. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, v. 65, p. 1-10. Link

66 – COPETTI, P.L.; GASPARINI, G. M.; PEREIRA, J. C.; FONTOURA, E.; LOPES, R. P.; KERBER, L. 2020. A skull of the extinct tayassuid Brasiliochoerus stenocephalus (Lund in Reinhardt, 1880) (Mammalia, Cetartiodactyla) from the Late Pleistocene of southern Brazil: morphology and taxonomy. Historical Biology, p. 1-13, 2020. Link

65 – DE-OLIVEIRA, T. M.; PINHEIRO, F.L.; KERBER, L. 2020. Sobreviventes: Diversificação de Archosauromorpha após a Extinção Permo-Triássica. Terrae Didatica, v. 16, p. 1-23, 2020. Link

64 – DE-OLIVEIRA, T. M.; PINHEIRO, F.L.; STOCK DA-ROSA, Á. A.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S.; KERBER, L. 2020. A new archosauromorph from South America provides insights on the early diversification of tanystropheids. PLoS One, v. 15, p. e0230890, 2020. Link

63 – FERREIRA, J. D.; NEGRI, F. R.; SÁNCHEZ-VILLAGRA, M.R.; KERBER, L. 2020. 3D model related to the publication: Small within the largest: Brain size and anatomy of the extinct Neoepiblema acreensis, a giant rodent from the Neotropics. MorphoMuseuM, v. 6, p. e107. Link

62 – FERREIRA, J. D.; NEGRI, F. R.; SÁNCHEZ-VILLAGRA, M.R.; KERBER, L. 2020. Small within the largest: brain size and anatomy of the extinct Neoepiblema acreensis, a giant rodent from the Neotropics. Biology Letters, v. 16, p. 20190914. Link

61 – MÜLLER, R. T.; GARCIA, M.S.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2020. Evidências da origem e ascensão dos dinossauros sauropodomorfos preservadas em leitos fossilíferos do Triássico do Sul do Brasil. Terrae Didatica, v. 16, p. e020013, 2020. Link


60 – MÜLLER, R. T. 2019. Craniomandibular osteology of Macrocollum itaquii (Dinosauria: Sauropodomorpha) from the Late Triassic of southern Brazil. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, v. online, p. 1-37. Link

 59 – KERBER, L.; FERREIRA, J. D.; NEGRI, F. R. 2019. A reassessment of the cranial morphology of Neoepiblema acreensis (Rodentia: Chinchilloidea), a Miocene rodent from South America. Journal of Morphology, v. 289, p. 1821-1838, 2019. Link

58 – PACHECO, C.; MÜLLER, R.T.; LANGER, M. C.; PRETTO, F. P., KERBER, L.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2019. 3D models related to the publication: Gnathovorax cabreirai: a new early dinosaur and the origin and initial radiation of predatory dinosaurs. MorphoMuseuM, v. 5, p. e103, 2019. Link

57 – PACHECO, C.; MÜLLER, R.T.; LANGER, M. C.; PRETTO, F. P., KERBER, L.  DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2019. Gnathovorax cabreirai: a new early dinosaur and the origin and initial radiation of predatory dinosaurs. PeerJ, v. 7, p. e7963, 2019. Link

56 – MIRON, L. R.; PAVANATTO, A. E. B.; PRETTO, F.A.; MÜLLER, R.T.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S.; KERBER, L. 2019. Siriusgnathus niemeyerorum (Eucynodontia: Gomphodontia): The youngest South American traversodontid?. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, v. 97, p. 102394. Link

55 – OLIVEIRA, D.S.; KERBER, L.; PINHEIRO, F. 2019. Endocranial morphology of the Brazilian Permian dicynodont Rastodon procurvidens (Therapsida: Anomodontia). Journal of Anatomy, v. 236, p. 384-397. Link

54 – PAVANATTO, A. E. B.; KERBER, L., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2020. 3D models related to the publication: Virtual reconstruction of cranial endocasts of traversodontid cynodonts (Eucynodontia: Gomphodontia) from the upper Triassic of Southern Brazil. MorphoMuseuM, v. 5, p. e97, 2019. Link

53 – BRONZATI, M.; MÜLLER, R. T.; LANGER M. C. Skull remains of the dinosaur Saturnalia tupiniquim (Late Triassic, Brazil): With comments on the early evolution of sauropodomorph feeding behaviour. PLOS One, v. 14(9), p. e0221387, 2019. Link

52 – PAVANATTO, A. E. B.; KERBER, L., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. Virtual reconstruction of cranial endocasts of traversodontid cynodonts (Eucynodontia: Gomphodontia) from the upper Triassic of Southern Brazil. Journal of Morphology, v. 280, p. 1267-1281, 2019. Link

51 – VARGAS-PEIXOTO, D; COLUSSO, C. S.; DA-ROSA, Á. A. S.; KERBER, L. 2019. A new record of Lestodon Gervais 1855 (Xenarthra, Mylodontidae) from the Quaternary of southern Brazil and remarks on its postcranial anatomy. Historical Biology, p. 1-17, 2019. Link

50 – KERBER, L. DIAS DA SILVA, D.; NEGRI, F. R. 2019. 3D models of fossils of Dinomyidae rodents (Rodentia: Caviomorpha) from the Miocene and Quaternary of Brazil. MorphoMuseuM, v. 5, p. e95, 2019. Link

49 – GARCIA, M.S.; MÜLLER, R.T.DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. On the taxonomic status of Teyuwasu barberenai Kischlat, 1999 (Archosauria: Dinosauriformes), a challenging taxon from the Upper Triassic of southern Brazil. Zootaxa, v. 4629, p. 146-150, 2019. Link

48 – HSIOU, A. S.; NYDAM, R. L. ; SIMÕES, T. R.; PRETTO, F. A.; ONARY, S.; MARTINELLI, A. G.; LIPARINI, A.; MARTÍNEZ, R.V., PAULO R., SOARES, M. B.; SCHULTZ, C.L.; CALDWELL, M. W. A New Clevosaurid from the Triassic (Carnian) of Brazil and the Rise of Sphenodontians in Gondwana. Scientific Reports, v. 9, p. 11821, 2019. Link

47 – GARCIA, M. S.; MÜLLER, R, T. ; DA-ROSA, Á.A.S.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. The oldest known co-occurrence of dinosaurs and their closest relatives: A new lagerpetid from a Carnian (Upper Triassic) bed of Brazil with implications for dinosauromorph biostratigraphy, early diversification and biogeography. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, v. Online, p. 1, 2019. Link.

46 – GOMES, A. C. F.; CARTELLE, CÁSTOR; LESSA, G.; KERBER, L . New fossil remains of Quaternary capybaras (Rodentia: Caviomorpha: Caviidae) from the intertropical region of Brazil: morphology and taxonomy. Journal of South American Earth Sciences,  v. 91, p. 36-46, 2019. Link,

45 – MÜLLER, R. T.; GARCIA, M. S.  Rise of an empire: analysing the high diversity of the earliest sauropodomorph dinosaurs through distinct hypotheses. Historical Biology, v. online, p. 1-6, 2019. Link.

44 – KERBER, L.; NEGRI, F. R.; SANFELICE, D. Morphology and dental replacement of cheek teeth in the extinct rodent Neoepiblema Ameghino, 1889 (Caviomorpha, Chinchilloidea, Neoepiblemidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Link.

43 – GARCIA, M. S.; PRETTO, F.A.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S.; MÜLLER, R. T. A dinosaur ilium from the Late Triassic of Brazil provides insights into the relationship between muscle attachment areas and key characters supporting Saturnaliinae. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências, 91(Suppl. 2): e20180614, 2019.

42 – BISSARO-JÚNIOR, M.C.; KERBER, L.; CROWLEY, J.; RIBEIRO, A. M.; GHILARDI, R. P.; GUILHERME, E.; NEGRI, F.R.; SOUZA-FILHO, J. P.; HSIOU, A. S. Detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology constrains the age of Brazilian Neogene deposits from Western Amazonia. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, v. 516, p. 64-70, 2019. Link.


41 – KERBER, L.; MAYER, E.L.; GOMES, A. C. F.; NASIF, N.  On the morphological, taxonomic, and phylogenetic status of South American Quaternary dinomyid rodents (Rodentia: Dinomyidae). Palaeontologische Zeitschrift, 2018. Link.

40 – OLIVEIRA, T. M.; OLIVEIRA, D.S.; SCHULTZ, CESAR L.;  KERBER, L.; PINHEIRO, F. Tanystropheid archosauromorphs in the Lower Triassic of Gondwana. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 2018. Link.

39 – MÜLLER, R. T.; LANGER, M.C.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S.  An exceptionally preserved association of complete dinosaur skeletons reveals the oldest long-necked sauropodomorphs. Biology Letters, v. 14, p. 20180633, 2018. Link.

38 – PRETTO, F. A; LANGER, M.C.; SCHULTZ, C. L. A new dinosaur (Saurischia: Sauropodomorpha) from the Late Triassic of Brazil provides insights on the evolution of sauropodomorph body plan. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, p. 1-29, 2018. Link.

37 – STEPHANELLO, M.; MULLER, R. T.; KERBER, L.; MARTINEZ, R.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. Skull anatomy and phylogenetic assessment of a large specimen of Ecteniniidae (Eucynodontia: Probainognathia) from the Upper Triassic of southern Brazil. Zootaxa, v. 4457, p. 351, 2018. Link.

36 – MÜLLER, R. T.; GARCIA, M. S.; DA-ROSA, Á. A. S.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. Under pressure: Effect of sedimentary compression on the iliac morphology of early sauropodomorphs. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, v. 88, p. 345-351, 2018. Link.

35 – UGALDE, G. D., MÜLLER, R.T.; DE ARAÚJO-JÚNIOR, H. I.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S; PINHEIRO, F.L. A peculiar bonebed reinforces gregarious behaviour for the Triassic dicynodont Dinodontosaurus. Historical Biology, 1-9, 2018. Link.

34 – MAYER, E.L.; KERBER, L.; RIBEIRO, A. M.; HUBBE, A. The dominance of an extant gregarious taxon in an attritional accumulation: Taphonomy and palaeoecological implications. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, v. 505, p. 73-85, 2018. Link.

33 – PAVANATTO, A. E. B.; PRETTO, F. A.; KERBER, L.; MULLER, R. T.; DA-ROSA, A. A. S.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. A new Upper Triassic cynodont-bearing fossiliferous site from southern Brazil, with taphonomic remarks and description of a new traversodontid taxon. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, v. 88, p. 179-196, 2018. Link.

32 – MÜLLER, R. T.; LANGER, M. C; BRONZATI, M.; PACHECO, C.; CABREIRA, S. F., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. Early evolution of sauropodomorphs: anatomy and phylogenetic relationships of a remarkably well preserved dinosaur from the Upper Triassic of southern Brazil. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2018. Link.

31 – KERBER, L.; SANCHEZ-VILLAGRA, M. R. Morphology of the Middle Ear Ossicles in the Rodent Perimys (Neoepiblemidae) and a Comprehensive Anatomical and Morphometric Study of the Phylogenetic Transformations of these Structures in Caviomorphs.Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 2018. Link.

30 – MÜLLER, R. T.DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. Taxon sample and character coding deeply impact unstable branches in phylogenetic trees of dinosaurs. Historical Biology, p. 1-4, 2018. Link.

29 – KERBER, L., BISSARO JÚNIOR, M.C., NEGRI, F.R. SOUZA-FILHO, J.P., GUILHERME, E., HSIOU, A.S. 2017. A new rodent (Caviomorpha: Dinomyidae) from the upper Miocene o southwestern Brazilian Amazonia. Historical Biology, v. 30, p. 985-993, 2018. Link 

28 – MÜLLER, RT.PRETTO, F.A., KERBER, L., SILVA-NEVES, E.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. Comment on `A dinosaur missing-link? and the early evolution of ornithischian dinosaurs’. Biology Letters, 14, 20170581, 2018. Link.

27 – MÜLLER, R. T.; LANGER, M. C.; DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. Ingroup relationships of Lagerpetidae (Avemetatarsalia: Dinosauromorpha): a further phylogenetic investigation on the understanding of dinosaur relatives. Zootaxa, 2018. Link.

26 – EDUARDO, A. A.; MARTINEZ, P. A.; GOUVEIA, S F., SANTOS, F. S.; ARAGAO, W.S.; MORALES-BARBERO, J.; KERBER, L.; LIPARINI, A. Extending the paleontology-biogeography reciprocity with SDMs: Exploring models and data in reducing fossil taxonomic uncertainty. PLoS One, v. 13, p. e0194725, 2018. Link.

25 – VEZZOSI, R. I.; KERBER, L. The southernmost record of a large erethizontid rodent (Hystricomorpha: Erethizontoidea) in the Pleistocene of South America: Biogeographic and paleoenvironmental implications. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, v. 82, p. 76-90, 2018. Link.


24 – MÜLLER, RODRIGO TEMP; LANGER, MAX CARDOSO ; PACHECO, CRISTIAN PEREIRA ; Dias-da-Silva, Sérgio . The role of ontogeny on character polarization in early dinosaurs: a new specimen from the Late Triassic of southern Brazil and its implications. HISTORICAL BIOLOGY, v. online, p. 1-12, 2017. Link

23 – DIAS-DA-SILVA, S., PINHEIRO, F., STOCK DA-ROSA A.A., MARTINELLI, A.G. SCHULTZ, C.L., SILVA-NEVES, E., MODESTO, S.P. Biostratigraphic reappraisal of the Lower Triassic Sanga do Cabral Supersequence from South America, with a description of new material attributable to the parareptile genus ProcolophonJournal of South American Earth Sciences, v. 79, p. 281-296, 2017. Link

22 – MÜLLER, R.T.PRETTO, F.A.; STEFANELLO, M., SILVA-NEVES, E., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. On a dinosaur axis from one of the oldest dinosaur-bearing sites worldwide. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, v. 62 (3), p. 543-548, 2017. Link

21 – KERBER, L. Imigrantes em um continente perdido: O registro fossilífero de roedores Caviomorpha (Mammalia: Rodentia: Ctenohystrica) do Cenozoico do Brasil. Revista Terrae Didatica, 13, p. 185-211, 2017. pdf

20 – MÜLLER, R.T. 2017.  Are the dinosauromorph femora from the Upper Triassic of Hayden Quarry (New Mexico) three stages in a growth series of a single taxon?. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências, 89(2): 835-839. pdf

19 – PACHECO, C. P., MARTINELLI, A. G., PAVANATTO, A. E. B., SOARES, M. B., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2017. Prozostrodon brasiliensis, a probainognathian cynodont from the Late Triassic of Brazil: second record and improvements on its dental anatomy. Historical BiologyLink

18 – PRETTO, F. A., VEIGA, F. H., LANGER, M. C., SCHULTZ, C. L. 2017. A juvenile sauropodomorph tibia from the ‘Botucaraí Hill’, Late Triassic of Southern Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Paleontologia, 19, 407-414. pdf

17 – KERBER, L., NEGRI, F. R.,RIBEIRO, A. M., NASIF, N., FERIGOLO, J., SOUZA-FILHO, J. 2017. Tropical fossil caviomorph rodents from the Southwestern Brazilian Amazonia in the context of the South American faunas: Systematics, Biochronology, and Paleobiogeography. Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 24, 57-70, 2017. Link

16 – KERBER, L., NEGRI, F. R., FERIGOLO, J., MAYER, E. L., RIBEIRO, A. M. 2017. Modifications of fossils of neoepiblemids and other South American rodents.Lethaia, 50, 149-161, 2017. Link


15 – CABREIRA, S. F., KELLNER, A. W. A., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S., ROBERTO-DA-SILVA, L., BRONZATI, M., MARSOLA, J. C. A., MÜLLER, R. T., BITTENCOURT, J. S., RAUGUST, T., CARRILHO, R., BRODT, A., LANGER, M. C. 2016. A unique Late Triassic dinosauromorph assemblage reveals dinosaur ancestral anatomy and diet. Current Biology, 26(22), 3090-3095. Link

14 – ELTINK, E.; STOCK-DA-ROSA, A. A.;DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2016. A capitosauroid from the Lower Triassic of South America (Sanga do Cabral Supersequence: Paraná Basin), its phylogenetic relationships and biostratigraphic implications. Historical Biology, 2016. Link

13 – MAYER, E. L.,HUBBE, A.,KERBER, L., HADDAD-MARTIM, P., NEVES, W. 2016.Taxonomic, biogeographic, and taphonomic reassessment of a large extinct species of paca from the Pleistocene of Brazil.Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 61(4), 743-758. Link

12 – FERREIRA, T. M. P.; OLIVARES, I. A.;KERBER, L.; DUTRA, R.P.; ÁVILLA, L.S. 2016. Late Pleistocene echimyid rodents (Rodentia, Hystricognathi) from northern Brazil. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências, 88(2): 829-845. pdf

11 – ROBERTO-DA-SILVA, L., FRANÇA, M. A. G., CABREIRA, S. F., MÜLLER, R. T.,DIAS-DA-SILVA, S2016. On the presence of the subnarial foramen in Prestosuchus chiniquensis(Pseudosuchia: Loricata) with remarks on its phylogenetic distribution. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências, 88(3), 1309-1323. Link

10 – PACHECO, C. P., ELTINK, E.,MÜLLER, R. T.,DIAS-DA-SILVA, S.2016. A new Permian Temnospondyl with Russian affinities in South America, the new family Konzhukoviidae, and the phylogenetic status of Archegosauroidea. Journal of Systematic PalaeontologyLink

9 – MÜLLER, R. T., LANGER, M. C.,DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2016. Biostratigraphic significance of a new early sauropodomorph specimen from the Upper Triassic of southern Brazil.Historical Biology, 29(2), 187-202. Link


8 – ELTINK, E., DIAS, E. V., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S., SCHULTZ, C. L., LANGER, M. C. 2015. The cranial morphology of the temnospondyl (Tetrapoda: Stereospondyli) from the Middle-Late Permian of Paraná Basin and the phylogenetic relationships of Rhinesuchidae. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 176(4), 835–860. Link

7 – DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2015. Os Dinossauros e a Panbiogeografia. In: SOARES, B. S. A Paleontologia na Sala de Aula. ed 1. Vol. 01, 687–689. Porto Alegre: Imprensa Livre.

6 – PAVANATTO, A. E. B.,MÜLLER, R. T., DA-ROSA, A.,DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2015. New information on the postcranial skeleton of  Massetognathus ochagaviae Barberena, 1981 (Eucynodontia, Traversodontidae) from the Middle Triassic of southern Brazil. Historical Biology, 28(07), 978-989. Link

5 – MÜLLER, R. T., ARAUJO-JUNIOR, H. I., AIRES, A. S. S., DA SILVA, L. R., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2015. Biogenic control on the origin of a vertebrate monotypic accumulation from the Late Triassic of southern Brazil. Geobios, 48(4), 331–340. Link

4 – MÜLLER, R.T., LANGER, M. C., CABREIRA, S. F., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2015. The femoral anatomy of Pampadromaeus barberenai based on a new specimen from the Upper Triassic of Brazil. Historical Biology, 28 (5), 656–665. Link


3 – MÜLLER, R. T., LANGER, M. C., AIRES, A. S. S.,DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2014. New Dinosauriform (Ornithodira, Dinosauromorpha) Record from the Upper Triassic of Southern Brazil. Paleontological Research, 18, 118–121. Link

2 – ROBERTO-DA-SILVA, L., DESOJO, J. B., CABREIRA, S. F., AIRES, A. S. S., MÜLLER, R. T., PACHECO, C. P.DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2014. A new aetosaur from the Upper Triassic of the Santa Maria Formation, southern Brazil. Zootaxa, 3764, 240–278. Link

1 – MÜLLER, R. T., ROSA, A. A. S.,SILVA, L. R., AIRES, A. S. S., CRISTIAN, P. P.,PAVANATTO, A. E. B., DIAS-DA-SILVA, S. 2014. Wachholz, A new exquisite dinosaur-bearing fossiliferous site from the Upper Triassic of southern Brazil. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 61: 120–128. Link