All Stories

  1. Conical and sabertoothed cats as an exception to craniofacial evolutionary allometry
  2. Climate shifts orchestrated hominin interbreeding events across Eurasia
  3. Human adaptation to diverse biomes over the past 3 million years
  4. ENphylo: A new method to model the distribution of extremely rare species
  5. Homo sapiens and Neanderthals share high cerebral cortex integration into adulthood
  6. Testing for changes in rate of evolution and position of the climatic niche of clades
  7. Trapped in the morphospace: The relationship between morphological integration and functional performance
  8. Paleomimetics: A Conceptual Framework for a Biomimetic Design Inspired by Fossils and Evolutionary Processes
  9. The emergence of variants with increased fitness accelerates the slowdown of genome sequence heterogeneity in the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus
  10. One among many: the enigmatic case of the Miocene mammal, Kolponomos newportensis
  11. Climate effects on archaic human habitats and species successions
  12. Small brains predisposed Late Quaternary mammals to extinction
  13. Fast production of large, time‐calibrated, informal supertrees with tree.merger
  14. Human face‐off: a new method for mapping evolutionary rates on three‐dimensional digital models
  15. Adaptive trends of sequence compositional complexity over pandemic time in the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus
  16. Morphometric Maps of Bilateral Asymmetry in the Human Humerus: An Implementation in the R Package Morphomap
  17. The role of habitat fragmentation in Pleistocene megafauna extinction in Eurasia
  18. Too simple models may predict the island rule for the wrong reasons
  19. A New Integrated Tool to Calculate and Map Bilateral Asymmetry on Three-Dimensional Digital Models
  20. Retrodeformation of the Steinheim Cranium: Insights into the Evolution of Neanderthals
  21. New Avenues for Old Travellers: Phenotypic Evolutionary Trends Meet Morphodynamics, and Both Enter the Global Change Biology Era
  22. Arothron: An R package for geometric morphometric methods and virtual anthropology applications
  23. Correction: A new, fast method to search for morphological convergence with shape data
  24. A method for mapping morphological convergence on three‐dimensional digital models: the case of the mammalian sabre‐tooth
  25. Testing the occurrence of convergence in the craniomandibular shape evolution of living carnivorans*
  26. Quantitative genetics of extreme insular dwarfing: The case of red deer on Jersey
  27. The influence of domestication, insularity and sociality on the tempo and mode of brain size evolution in mammals
  28. A Major Change in Rate of Climate Niche Envelope Evolution during Hominid History
  29. Editorial: Evolving Virtual and Computational Paleontology
  30. Past Extinctions of Homo Species Coincided with Increased Vulnerability to Climatic Change
  31. morphomap: An R package for long bone landmarking, cortical thickness, and cross‐sectional geometry mapping
  32. Variation in the strength of allometry drives rates of evolution in primate brain shape
  33. Oichnus taddeii, a new fossil trace produced by capulids on brachiopod shells
  34. MInOSSE: A new method to reconstruct geographic ranges of fossil species
  35. Target Deformation of the Equus stenonis Holotype Skull: A Virtual Reconstruction
  36. Ancestral State Estimation with Phylogenetic Ridge Regression
  37. Locomotory Adaptations in 3D Humerus Geometry of Xenarthra: Testing for Convergence
  38. Decoupling Functional and Morphological Convergence, the Study Case of Fossorial Mammalia
  39. Current Options for Visualization of Local Deformation in Modern Shape Analysis Applied to Paleobiological Case Studies
  40. Endomaker, a new algorithm for fully automatic extraction of cranial endocasts and the calculation of their volumes
  41. A new, fast method to search for morphological convergence with shape data
  42. A 450 million years long latitudinal gradient in age‐dependent extinction
  43. Macroevolutionary trends of brain mass in Primates
  44. Macroevolution of Toothed Whales Exceptional Relative Brain Size
  45. Quantitative genetics of body size evolution on islands: an individual-based simulation approach
  46. Impact of transition to a subterranean lifestyle on morphological disparity and integration in talpid moles (Mammalia, Talpidae)
  47. A dynamic analysis of Middle Pleistocene human walking gait adjustment and control
  48. A New Tool for Digital Alignment in Virtual Anthropology
  49. Additive effects of climate change and human hunting explain population decline and extinction in cave bears
  50. Simultaneous detection of macroevolutionary patterns in phenotypic means and rate of change with and within phylogenetic trees including extinct species
  51. Multiple Components of Phylogenetic Non-stationarity in the Evolution of Brain Size in Fossil Hominins
  52. Anagenesis and Cladogenesis Are Useful Island Biogeography Terms
  53. Bacteria and parasites in Podarcis sicula and P. sicula klemmerii
  54. Using macroecological constraints on spatial biodiversity predictions under climate change: the modelling method matters
  55. The well-behaved killer: Late Pleistocene humans in Eurasia were significantly associated with living megafauna only
  56. MicroWeaR: A new R package for dental microwear analysis
  57. Unexpectedly rapid evolution of mandibular shape in hominins
  58. Evolution of the sabertooth mandible: A deadly ecomorphological specialization
  59. Fragmentation of Neanderthals' pre-extinction distribution by climate change
  60. Reproducing the internal and external anatomy of fossil bones: Two new automatic digital tools
  61. Who is the most stressed? Morphological disparity and mechanical behavior of the feeding apparatus of ceratopsian dinosaurs (Ornithischia, Marginocephalia)
  62. A new method for testing evolutionary rate variation and shifts in phenotypic evolution
  63. Diversification Rates and the Evolution of Species Range Size Frequency Distribution
  64. The evolution of cranial base and face in Cercopithecoidea and Hominoidea: Modularity and morphological integration
  65. Living with the elephant in the room: Top-down control in Eurasian large mammal diversity over the last 22 million years
  66. Does the jack of all trades fare best? Survival and niche width in Late Pleistocene megafauna
  67. Conservation of salamanders in managed forests: Methods and costs of monitoring abundance and habitat selection
  68. Island Rule, quantitative genetics and brain–body size evolution in Homo floresiensis
  69. A New Statistical Approach for Landslide Susceptibility Assessment in the Urban Area of Napoli (Italy)
  70. The influence of climate on species distribution over time and space during the late Quaternary
  71. Like a pig out of water: seaborne spread of domestic pigs in Southern Italy and Sardinia during the Bronze and Iron Ages
  72. Predicted sea-level changes and evolutionary estimates for age of isolation in Central Mediterranean insular lizards
  73. Late Quaternary reptile extinctions: size matters, insularity dominates
  74. Progress to extinction: increased specialisation causes the demise of animal clades
  75. From Evolutionary Allometry to Sexual Display: (A Reply to Holman and Bro-Jørgensen)
  76. Venturing out safely: The biogeography of Homo erectus dispersal out of Africa
  77. Macroevolution
  78. The conceptual framework of ontogenetic trajectories: parallel transport allows the recognition and visualization of pure deformation patterns
  79. Phylogenetic fields through time: temporal dynamics of geographical co-occurrence and phylogenetic structure within species ranges
  80. Modeling the Population-Level Processes of Biodiversity Gain and Loss at Geological Timescales
  81. Space and time: The two dimensions of Artiodactyla body mass evolution
  82. Analysis of Heavy Metal Sources for Urban Creeks in the Czech Republic
  83. Size matters: A comparative analysis of pig domestication
  84. Cope’s Rule and the Universal Scaling Law of Ornament Complexity
  85. Ecomorphology of Carnivora challenges convergent evolution
  86. Chewing on the trees: Constraints and adaptation in the evolution of the primate mandible
  87. Wild boars’ social structure in the Mediterranean habitat
  88. Morphological integration and functional modularity in the crocodilian skull
  89. Seeing through the skin: dermal light sensitivity provides cryptism in moorish gecko
  90. The number of competitor species is unlinked to sexual dimorphism
  91. Evolution of Neogene Mammals in Eurasia: Environmental Forcing and Biotic Interactions
  92. A new sphenodontian (Reptilia, Lepidosauria) from the Lower Cretaceous of Southern Italy and the phylogenetic affinities of the Pietraroia Plattenkalk rhynchocephalians
  93. Ecogeographical variation in skull morphometry of howler monkeys (Primates: Atelidae)
  94. The Evolution of Large Mammal Communities: Beyond Biochronology
  95. Is the island rule general? Turtles disagree
  96. Index
  97. Darwinian shortfalls in biodiversity conservation
  98. A Dysfunctional Sense of Smell: The Irreversibility of Olfactory Evolution in Free-Living Pigs
  99. Ecogeographical variation in skull shape of capuchin monkeys
  100. Bite of the Cats: Relationships between Functional Integration and Mechanical Performance as Revealed by Mandible Geometry
  101. In and Out the Amazonia: Evolutionary Ecomorphology in Howler and Capuchin Monkeys
  102. The study of ontogenetic trajectory reveals the timing of reproductive events inAncylus fluviatilis(Gastropoda: Planorbidae)
  103. Rapid action in the Palaeogene, the relationship between phenotypic and taxonomic diversification in Coenozoic mammals
  104. Physiological change in an insular lizard population confirms the reversed island syndrome
  105. The island syndrome in lizards
  106. Ecological Specialization in Fossil Mammals Explains Cope’s Rule
  107. Phylogenetic signal, function and integration in the subunits of the carnivoran mandible
  108. Habitat tracking, stasis and survival in Neogene large mammals
  109. Longer in the tooth, shorter in the record? The evolutionary correlates of hypsodonty in Neogene ruminants
  111. The Gavialis–Tomistoma debate: the contribution of skull ontogenetic allometry and growth trajectories to the study of crocodylian relationships
  112. Cats and Dogs Down the Tree: The Tempo and Mode of Evolution in the Lower Carnassial of Fossil and Living Carnivora
  113. The blue lizard spandrel and the island syndrome
  114. Slaying dragons: limited evidence for unusual body size evolution on islands
  115. Bioerosion structures and their distribution on shells of the Lower Pleistocene terebratulid brachiopod Gryphus minor
  116. One size does not fit all: no evidence for an optimal body size on islands
  117. Species accumulation over space and time in European Plio-Holocene mammals
  119. Reptilian all the way?
  120. Ecophenotypic variation and phylogenetic inheritance in first lower molar shape of extant Italian populations of Microtus (Terricola) savii (Rodentia)
  122. Occupancy, range size, and phylogeny in Eurasian Pliocene to Recent large mammals
  123. More than three million years of community evolution. The temporal and geographical resolution of the Plio-Pleistocene Western Eurasia mammal faunas
  124. Testing evolutionary stasis and trends in first lower molar shape of extinct Italian populations of Terricola savii (Arvicolidae, Rodentia) by means of geometric morphometrics
  125. The shape of the mandibular corpus in large fissiped carnivores: allometry, function and phylogeny
  126. Diversity and turnover of Plio-Pleistocene large mammal fauna from the Italian Peninsula
  127. Human influence on distribution and extinctions of the late Pleistocene Eurasian megafauna
  128. Inconstancy in predator/prey ratios in Quaternary large mammal communities of Italy, with an appraisal of mechanisms
  129. The Lower Cretaceous lizard genus Chometokadmon from Italy
  130. Bioerosion on Brachiopod Shells of a Thanatocoenosis of Alboràn Sea (Spain)
  132. Detection of Plio-Quaternary large mammal communities of Italy. An integration of fossil faunas biochronology and similarity
  134. Turnover pulse or Red Queen? Evidence from the large mammal communities during the Plio-Pleistocene of Italy
  135. Early-Middle Pleistocene structural changes in mammalian communities from the Italian peninsula
  136. Morphological correlates of tough food consumption in large land carnivores
  137. The fast life of a dwarfed giant