Matthew Wills
Matthew Wills
Professor of Evolutionary Biology, University of Bath
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Disparity as an evolutionary index: a comparison of Cambrian and Recent arthropods
MA Wills, DEG Briggs, RA Fortey
Paleobiology, 93-130, 1994
3441994
Morphological disparity in the Cambrian
DEG Briggs, RA Fortey, MA Wills
Science 256 (5064), 1670-1673, 1992
2561992
Quality of the fossil record through time
MJ Benton, MA Wills, R Hitchin
Nature 403 (6769), 534-537, 2000
2352000
The Cambrian evolutionary ‘explosion’: decoupling cladogenesis from morphological disparity
RA Fortey, DEG Briggs, MA Wills
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 57 (1), 13-33, 1996
2111996
Pancrustacean phylogeny in the light of new phylogenomic data: support for Remipedia as the possible sister group of Hexapoda
BM von Reumont, RA Jenner, MA Wills, E Dell’Ampio, G Pass, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 29 (3), 1031-1045, 2012
2092012
A supertree approach to shorebird phylogeny
GH Thomas, MA Wills, T Székely
BMC Evolutionary Biology 4 (1), 1-18, 2004
1672004
The choice of model organisms in evo–devo
RA Jenner, MA Wills
Nature Reviews Genetics 8 (4), 311-314, 2007
1482007
Clades reach highest morphological disparity early in their evolution
M Hughes, S Gerber, MA Wills
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (34), 13875-13879, 2013
1462013
An arthropod phylogeny based on fossil and recent taxa
MA Wills, DEG Briggs, RA Fortey, M Wilkinson, PHA Sneath
Arthropod fossils and phylogeny. Columbia University Press, New York, 33-105, 1998
1371998
Cambrian and recent disparity: the picture from priapulids
MA Wills
Paleobiology, 177-199, 1998
1321998
Congruence between phylogeny and stratigraphy: randomization tests and the gap excess ratio
MA Wills
Systematic Biology 48 (3), 559-580, 1999
1251999
The Cambrian evolutionary ‘explosion’recalibrated
RA Fortey, DEG Briggs, MA Wills
BioEssays 19 (5), 429-434, 1997
1201997
Adaptation limits diversification of experimental bacterial populations
A Buckling, MA Wills, N Colegrave
Science 302 (5653), 2107-2109, 2003
1192003
A phylogeny of recent and fossil Crustacea derived from morphological characters
MA Wills
Arthropod relationships, 189-209, 1998
1031998
Evolutionary paleobiology
DH Erwin, JH Lipps
1021996
Fossils impact as hard as living taxa in parsimony analyses of morphology
A Cobbett, M Wilkinson, MA Wills
Systematic Biology 56 (5), 753-766, 2007
1002007
Crustacean disparity through the Phanerozoic: comparing morphological and stratigraphic data
MA Wills
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 65 (4), 455-500, 1998
941998
The significance of fossils in understanding arthropod evolution
MA Wills, DEG Briggs, RA Fortey, M Wilkinson
VERHANDLUNGEN-DEUTSCHEN ZOOLOGISCHEN GESELLSCHAFT 88, 203-216, 1995
941995
Cambrian and Recent morphological disparity
M Foote, SJ Gould, MSY Lee, DEG Briggs, RA Fortey, MA Wills
Science, 1816-1818, 1992
851992
The ties linking rock and fossil records and why they are important for palaeobiodiversity studies
AB Smith, AJ McGowan
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 358 (1), 1-7, 2011
84*2011
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