Stephanie Drumheller
Stephanie Drumheller
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Feeding traces and paleobiology of a Cretaceous (Cenomanian) crocodyliform: example from the Woodbine Formation of Texas
CR Noto, DJ Main, SK Drumheller
Palaios 27 (2), 105-115, 2012
442012
A diagnosis of Alligator mississippiensis bite marks with comparisons to existing crocodylian datasets
SK Drumheller, CA Brochu
Ichnos 21 (2), 131-146, 2014
322014
Crocodyliform feeding traces on juvenile ornithischian dinosaurs from the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) Kaiparowits Formation, Utah
CA Boyd, SK Drumheller, TA Gates
PloS one 8 (2), e57605, 2013
302013
Phylogenetic taphonomy: a statistical and phylogenetic approach for exploring taphonomic patterns in the fossil record using crocodylians
SK Drumheller, CA Brochu
Palaios 31 (10), 463-478, 2016
172016
Direct evidence of trophic interactions among apex predators in the Late Triassic of western North America
SK Drumheller, MR Stocker, SJ Nesbitt
Naturwissenschaften 101 (11), 975-987, 2014
162014
A large neosuchian crocodyliform from the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) woodbine formation of North Texas
TL Adams, CR Noto, S Drumheller
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 37 (4), e1349776, 2017
122017
Quantitative heterodonty in Crocodylia: assessing size and shape across modern and extinct taxa
DC D’Amore, M Harmon, SK Drumheller, JJ Testin
PeerJ 7, e6485, 2019
92019
The utility of captive animals in actualistic research: A geometric morphometric exploration of the tooth row of Alligator mississippiensis suggesting ecophenotypic …
SK Drumheller, EW Wilberg, RW Sadleir
Journal of Morphology 277 (7), 866-878, 2016
92016
Experimental taphonomy and microanalysis of crocodylian feeding traces
S Drumheller
Microscopy and Microanalysis 13 (S02), 510, 2007
72007
An enigmatic small neosuchian crocodyliform from the Woodbine Formation of Texas
CR Noto, SK Drumheller, TL Adams, AH Turner
The Anatomical Record 303 (4), 801-812, 2020
62020
High frequencies of theropod bite marks provide evidence for feeding, scavenging, and possible cannibalism in a stressed Late Jurassic ecosystem
SK Drumheller, JB McHugh, M Kane, A Riedel, DC D’Amore
Plos one 15 (5), e0233115, 2020
42020
A synthetic approach for assessing the interplay of form and function in the crocodyliform snout
SK Drumheller, EW Wilberg
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 188 (2), 507-521, 2020
42020
An actualistic and phylogenetic approach to identifying and interpreting crocodylian bite marks
SK Drumheller-Horton
University of Iowa, 2012
42012
Surveying death roll behavior across Crocodylia
SK Drumheller, J Darlington, KA Vliet
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 31 (4), 329-347, 2019
32019
Crocodiles of the Texas Cretaceous: The Campanian of Big Bend to the Cenomanian of North Texas, a comparison of great size, feeding behavior and paleoecology
DJ Main, CR Noto, SK Drumheller
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44 (1), 3, 2012
32012
Experimental taphonomy and microanalysis of crocodylian bite marks
S Drumheller
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27 (3), 70A-70A, 2007
32007
Paleoecologic and Paleogeographic Implications of a Hemphillian (7-4.5 MA) Snake Assemblage in Washington County Tennessee
SK Drumheller
12005
A new crocodylid from the middle Miocene of Kenya and the timing of crocodylian faunal change in the late Cenozoic of Africa
AP Cossette, AJ Adams, SK Drumheller, JH Nestler, BR Benefit, ...
Journal of Paleontology 94 (6), 1165-1179, 2020
2020
Decomposition of dinosaurian remains inferred by invertebrate traces on vertebrate bone reveal new insights into Late Jurassic ecology, decay, and climate in western Colorado
JB McHugh, SK Drumheller, A Riedel, M Kane
PeerJ 8, e9510, 2020
2020
Incorporating Trace Fossils when Exploring the Interplay of Form and Function in the Crocodyliform Feeding Apparatus
SK Drumheller
The FASEB Journal 34 (S1), 1-1, 2020
2020
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