The last paper from the caenagnathid chapter of my thesis is now out! The paper is open access here. In 2018, when international travel was still a normal thing, I … Continue reading Nomingia no more
Hatchling tyrannosaurs would have been among the largest animals ever to hatch from an egg. They also would have looked a lot like their parents
I’m very pleased to announce that a major part of my PhD thesis was just published! The paper is Open Access, so you can read it here: Royal Society Open … Continue reading Say hello to Oksoko!
A major portion of my doctoral thesis was centred around untangling a taxonomic mess: how many species of caenagnathids are present in the Dinosaur Park Formation, and which specimens belong … Continue reading The Caenagnathids of Dinosaur Park
In 2016 I led a study that described the first oviraptorosaur bonebed, from the Nemegt locality in Western Mongolia. We described an assemblage of as many as 22 individuals of … Continue reading A new avimimid flock