John Scannella
John Scannella
Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University
Verified email at montana.edu
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Torosaurus Marsh, 1891, is Triceratops Marsh, 1889 (Ceratopsidae: Chasmosaurinae): synonymy through ontogeny
JB Scannella, JR Horner
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30 (4), 1157-1168, 2010
1212010
Predatory functional morphology in raptors: interdigital variation in talon size is related to prey restraint and immobilisation technique
DW Fowler, EA Freedman, JB Scannella
PloS one 4 (11), e7999, 2009
722009
The predatory ecology of Deinonychus and the origin of flapping in birds
DW Fowler, EA Freedman, JB Scannella, RE Kambic
PLoS One 6 (12), e28964, 2011
712011
Evolutionary trends in Triceratops from the Hell Creek formation, Montana
JB Scannella, DW Fowler, MB Goodwin, JR Horner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (28), 10245-10250, 2014
462014
Fusion patterns in the skulls of modern archosaurs reveal that sutures are ambiguous maturity indicators for the Dinosauria
AM Bailleul, JB Scannella, JR Horner, DC Evans
PLoS One 11 (2), e0147687, 2016
432016
‘Nedoceratops’: an example of a transitional morphology
JB Scannella, JR Horner
PLoS One 6 (12), e28705, 2011
302011
Anagenesis in Triceratops: evidence from a newly resolved stratigraphic framework for the Hell Creek Formation
JB Scannella, DW Fowler
Cincinnati Mus Cent Sci Contrib 3, 148-149, 2009
142009
A stratigraphic survey of Triceratops localities in the Hell Creek Formation, northeastern Montana (2006–2010)
JB Scannella, DW Fowler
Geological Society of America Special Papers 503, 313-332, 2014
112014
How to eat a Triceratops: large sample of toothmarks provides new insight into the feeding behavior of Tyrannosaurus
DW Fowler, JB Scannella, MB Goodwin, JR Horner
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32, 96-96, 2012
112012
The smallest diplodocid skull reveals cranial ontogeny and growth-related dietary changes in the largest dinosaurs
DC Woodruff, TD Carr, GW Storrs, K Waskow, JB Scannella, KK Nordén, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
92018
Torosaurus Marsh, 1891, is
JB Scannella, JR Horner
Triceratops, 2010
92010
Paleobiological implications ofa Triceratops bonebed from the Hell Creek Formation, Garfield County, northeastern Montana
SW Keenan, JB Scannella
Through the End of the Cretaceous in the Type Locality of the Hell Creek …, 2014
82014
Triceratops: a model organism for deciphering dinosaur heterochrony
J Scannella
52010
And then there was one: synonymy consequences of Triceratops cranial ontogeny
J Scannella
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29, 177A-177A, 2009
42009
Reassessing ceratopsid diversity using unified frames of reference
D Fowler, J Scannella, J Horner
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31, 111-111, 2011
32011
Transitional Triceratops: details of an ontogenetic sequence from the upper middle unit of the Hell Creek Formation, Montana
JB Scannella, DW Fowler, MB Goodwin, JR Horner
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32, 166-166, 2012
22012
The predatory ecology of
DW Fowler, EA Freedman, JB Scannella, RE Kambic
Deinonychus, 2011
22011
A chasmosaurine ceratopsid premaxilla from the basal sandstone of the Hell Creek Formation, Montana
JB Scannella
Vertebrate Anatomy Morphology Palaeontology 8, 154-169, 2020
2020
Homology of an Ossified Metacarpal V in Extant Birds and Mesozoic Theropod Dinosaurs
J Stiegler, AJ Moore, S Wang, J Leite, J Scannella, X Xu, J Clark
OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC, 2020
2020
Torosaurus or Triceratops? Assessing the postorbital horn core microstructure of the holotype of Torosaurus gladius reveals new insights into ceratopsid horn growth.
JRH JB Scannella
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book, 210A, 2018
2018
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