Luke A. Parry
Luke A. Parry
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Bayesian methods outperform parsimony but at the expense of precision in the estimation of phylogeny from discrete morphological data
JE O'Reilly, MN Puttick, L Parry, AR Tanner, JE Tarver, J Fleming, ...
Biology letters 12 (4), 20160081, 2016
Uncertain-tree: discriminating among competing approaches to the phylogenetic analysis of phenotype data
MN Puttick, JE O'Reilly, AR Tanner, JF Fleming, J Clark, L Holloway, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1846), 20162290, 2017
The origin of annelids
L Parry, A Tanner, J Vinther
Palaeontology 57 (6), 1091-1103, 2014
Ichnological evidence for meiofaunal bilaterians from the terminal Ediacaran and earliest Cambrian of Brazil
LA Parry, PC Boggiani, DJ Condon, RJ Garwood, JM Leme, D McIlroy, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (10), 1455, 2017
Ancestral morphology of crown-group molluscs revealed by a new Ordovician stem aculiferan
J Vinther, L Parry, DEG Briggs, P Van Roy
Nature 542 (7642), 471-474, 2017
Soft‐bodied fossils are not simply rotten carcasses–toward a holistic understanding of exceptional fossil preservation: exceptional fossil preservation is complex and involves …
LA Parry, F Smithwick, KK Nordén, ET Saitta, J Lozano‐Fernandez, ...
BioEssays 40 (1), 1700167, 2018
The impact of fossil data on annelid phylogeny inferred from discrete morphological characters
LA Parry, GD Edgecombe, D Eibye-Jacobsen, J Vinther
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1837), 20161378, 2016
Cambrian stem-group annelids and a metameric origin of the annelid head
L Parry, J Vinther, GD Edgecombe
Biology letters 11 (10), 20150763, 2015
Unveiling biases in soft‐tissue phosphatization: extensive preservation of musculature in the Cretaceous (Cenomanian) polychaete Rollinschaeta myoplena (Annelida: Amphinomidae)
P Wilson, LA Parry, J Vinther, GD Edgecombe
Palaeontology 59 (3), 463-479, 2016
A new fireworm (Amphinomidae) from the Cretaceous of Lebanon identified from three-dimensionally preserved myoanatomy
LA Parry, P Wilson, D Sykes, GD Edgecombe, J Vinther
BMC evolutionary biology 15 (1), 256, 2015
Cambrian sessile, suspension feeding stem-group ctenophores and evolution of the comb jelly body plan
Y Zhao, J Vinther, LA Parry, F Wei, E Green, D Pisani, X Hou, ...
Current Biology 29 (7), 1112-1125. e2, 2019
Parsimony and maximum-likelihood phylogenetic analyses of morphology do not generally integrate uncertainty in inferring evolutionary history: a response to Brown et al.
MN Puttick, JE O'Reilly, D Oakley, AR Tanner, JF Fleming, J Clark, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1864), 20171636, 2017
Multiple optimality criteria support Ornithoscelida
LA Parry, MG Baron, J Vinther
Royal Society open science 4 (10), 170833, 2017
Bilateral jaw elements in Amiskwia sagittiformis Bridge the morphological gap between gnathiferans and chaetognaths
J Vinther, LA Parry
Current Biology 29 (5), 881-888. e1, 2019
Earth’s oldest ‘Bobbit worm’ – gigantism in a Devonian eunicidan polychaete
ME Eriksson, LA Parry, DM Rudkin
Scientific Reports, 43061, 2017
Enalikter is not an annelid: homology, autapomorphies and the interpretation of problematic fossils
LA Parry, DA Legg, MD Sutton
Lethaia 50 (2), 222-226, 2017
Canadia spinosa and the early evolution of the annelid nervous system
L Parry, JB Caron
Science advances 5 (9), eaax5858, 2019
A new Byronia species from the Late Ordovician of Estonia
O Vinn, K Kirsimäe, LA Parry, U Toom
Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 65 (4), 201, 2016
Fossil focus: annelids
L Parry
Palaeontol Online 4, 1-8, 2014
Jaw elements in Plumulites bengtsoni confirm that machaeridians are extinct armoured scaleworms
LA Parry, GD Edgecombe, D Sykes, J Vinther
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1907), 20191247, 2019
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