Orangel Aguilera
Orangel Aguilera
Universidade Federal Fluminense
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Formation of the Isthmus of Panama
A O’Dea, HA Lessios, AG Coates, RI Eytan, SA Restrepo-Moreno, ...
Science advances 2 (8), e1600883, 2016
The anatomy of the world's largest extinct rodent
MR Sánchez-Villagra, O Aguilera, I Horovitz
Science 301 (5640), 1708-1710, 2003
Crocodylian diversity peak and extinction in the late Cenozoic of the northern Neotropics
TM Scheyer, OA Aguilera, M Delfino, DC Fortier, AA Carlini, R Sánchez, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-9, 2013
The Amazonian neogene fish fauna
JG Lundberg, MH Sabaj Pérez, WM Dahdul, OA Aguilera
Amazonia: Landscape and Species Evolution: A look into the past, 281-301, 2009
Neogene crocodile and turtle fauna in northern South America
D Riff, PS R. Romano, GR Oliveira, OA Aguilera
Amazonia: Landscape and Species Evolution: A look into the past, 259-280, 2009
North American Glyptodontines (Xenarthra, Mammalia) in the Upper Pleistocene of northern South America
AA Carlini, AE Zurita, OA Aguilera
Paläontologische Zeitschrift 82 (2), 125, 2008
An exceptional coastal upwelling fish assemblage in the Caribbean Neogene
O Aguilera, DR De Aguilera
Journal of Paleontology 75 (3), 732-742, 2001
Neogene vertebrates from Urumaco, Falcón State, Venezuela: diversity and significance
MR Sánchez‐Villagra, OA Aguilera
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 4 (3), 213-220, 2006
A new giant Purussaurus (Crocodyliformes, Alligatoridae) from the Upper Miocene Urumaco Formation, Venezuela
OA Aguilera, D Riff, J Bocquentin‐Villanueva
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 4 (3), 221-232, 2006
Tesoros paleontológicos de Venezuela: Urumaco, patrimonio natural de la humanidad
OA Aguilera
Caracas: Editorial Arte, 2004
Fish otoliths from the Cantaure Formation (early Miocene of Venezuela)
D Nolf, O Aguilera
Bulletin de l’Institut royal des Sciences naturelles de Belgique, Sciences …, 1998
Stratigraphy and sedimentary environments of Miocene shallow to marginal marine deposits in the Urumaco Trough, Falcon Basin, western Venezuela
L Quiroz, CA Jaramillo
Urumaco and Venezuelan Paleontology, 153-172, 2010
The world’s largest gharialsGryposuchus: description ofG. croizati n. sp. (Crocodylia, Gavialidae) from the Upper Miocene Urumaco Formation, Venezuela
D Riff, OA Aguilera
Paläontologische Zeitschrift 82 (2), 178, 2008
The late Miocene Phractocephalus catfish (Siluriformes: Pimelodidae) from Urumaco, Venezuela: additional specimens and reinterpretation as a distinct species
JG Lundberg, O Aguilera
Neotropical Ichthyology 1 (2), 97-109, 2003
The Oligocene–Miocene transition on coral reefs in the Falcón Basin (NW Venezuela)
KG Johnson, MR Sánchez-Villagra, OA Aguilera
Palaios 24 (1), 59-69, 2009
Urumaco and Venezuelan paleontology: The fossil record of the Northern Neotropics
MR Sánchez-Villagra, OA Aguilera, AA Carlini
Life of the past, 2010
The fossil record of phoberomys pattersoni Mones 1980 (Mammalia, Rodentia) from Urumaco (Late Miocene, Venezuela), with an analysis of its phylogenetic …
I Horovitz, MR Sánchez‐Villagra, T Martin, OA Aguilera
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 4 (3), 293-306, 2006
The tropics as reservoir of otherwise extinct mammals: the case of rodents from a new Pliocene faunal assemblage from Northern Venezuela
MG Vucetich, AA Carlini, O Aguilera, MR Sánchez-Villagra
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 17 (4), 265-273, 2010
New Glyptodont from the Codore Formation (Pliocene), Falcón State, Venezuela, its relationship with theAsterostemma problem, and the paleobiogeography of the …
AA Carlini, AE Zurita, GJ Scillato-Yané, R Sánchez, OA Aguilera
Paläontologische Zeitschrift 82 (2), 139, 2008
Giant-toothed white sharks and wide-toothed mako (Lamnidae) from the Venezuela Neogene: their role in the Caribbean, shallow-water fish assemblage
O Aguilera, DR de Aguilera
Caribbean Journal of Science 40 (3), 368-382, 2004
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