Olivier Rieppel

Research Summary
Research: Phylogeny of Mesozoic marine reptiles
Biosciences Graduate Program Association
  1. Willi Hennig's dichotomization of nature. Cladistics. 2011 Feb; 27(1):103-112. View in: PubMed

  2. Are monophyly and synapomorphy the same or different? Revisiting the role of morphology in phylogenetics. Cladistics. 2011 Feb; 27(1):94-102. View in: PubMed

  3. ONTOGENY AND THE HIERARCHY OF TYPES. Cladistics. 1985 Jun; 1(3):234-246. View in: PubMed

  4. Species: kinds of individuals or individuals of a kind. Cladistics. 2007 Aug; 23(4):373-384. View in: PubMed

  5. The PhyloCode: a critical discussion of its theoretical foundation. Cladistics. 2006 Apr; 22(2):186-197. View in: PubMed

  6. Rejecting "the given" in systematics. Cladistics. 2006 Aug; 22(4):369-377. View in: PubMed

  7. A skeptical look at justification. Cladistics. 2005 Apr; 21(2):203-207. View in: PubMed

  8. Origins, taxa, names and meanings. Cladistics. 2008 Aug; 24(4):598-610. View in: PubMed

  9. Hennig's enkaptic system. Cladistics. 2009 Jun; 25(3):311-317. View in: PubMed

  10. Species are individuals-the German tradition. Cladistics. 2011 Dec; 27(6):629-645. View in: PubMed

  11. Reydon on species, individuals and kinds: a reply. Cladistics. 2010 Aug; 26(4):341-343. View in: PubMed

  12. Sinai Tschulok (1875-1945)-a pioneer of Cladistics. Cladistics. 2010 Feb; 26(1):103-111. View in: PubMed

  13. The dark side of the moon. Cladistics. 2012 Feb; 28(1):1-3. View in: PubMed

  14. Othenio Abel (1875-1946) and "the phylogeny of the parts"1. Cladistics. 2013 Jun; 29(3):328-335. View in: PubMed

  15. Does counting species count as taxonomy? On misrepresenting systematics, yet again. Cladistics. 2014 Jun; 30(3):322-329. View in: PubMed

  16. The cranial morphology of Tanystropheus hydroides (Tanystropheidae, Archosauromorpha) as revealed by synchrotron microtomography. PeerJ. 2020; 8:e10299. View in: PubMed

  17. Evidence Supporting Predation of 4-m Marine Reptile by Triassic Megapredator. iScience. 2020 Jul 29; 101347. View in: PubMed

  18. Aquatic Habits and Niche Partitioning in the Extraordinarily Long-Necked Triassic Reptile Tanystropheus. Curr Biol. 2020 10 05; 30(19):3889-3895.e2. View in: PubMed

  19. Repeated evolution of durophagy during ichthyosaur radiation after mass extinction indicated by hidden dentition. Sci Rep. 2020 05 08; 10(1):7798. View in: PubMed

  20. Morphology and Phylogeny. J Hist Biol. 2020 Jun; 53(2):217-230. View in: PubMed

  21. The new ichthyosauriform Chaohusaurus brevifemoralis (Reptilia, Ichthyosauromorpha) from Majiashan, Chaohu, Anhui Province, China. PeerJ. 2019; 7:e7561. View in: PubMed

  22. The concept of the 'organic individual' in Haeckel's writings. Theory Biosci. 2019 May; 138(1):147-157. View in: PubMed

  23. Early Triassic marine reptile representing the oldest record of unusually small eyes in reptiles indicating non-visual prey detection. Sci Rep. 2019 01 24; 9(1):152. View in: PubMed

  24. Separating sexual dimorphism from other morphological variation in a specimen complex of fossil marine reptiles (Reptilia, Ichthyosauriformes, Chaohusaurus). Sci Rep. 2018 10 08; 8(1):14978. View in: PubMed

  25. A Triassic stem turtle with an edentulous beak. Nature. 2018 08; 560(7719):476-479. View in: PubMed

  26. The earliest herbivorous marine reptile and its remarkable jaw apparatus. Sci Adv. 2016 05; 2(5):e1501659. View in: PubMed

  27. A large aberrant stem ichthyosauriform indicating early rise and demise of ichthyosauromorphs in the wake of the end-Permian extinction. Sci Rep. 2016 05 23; 6:26232. View in: PubMed

  28. Corrigendum: A basal ichthyosauriform with a short snout from the Lower Triassic of China. Nature. 2015 Nov 26; 527(7579):544. View in: PubMed

  29. Adult sex ratio, sexual dimorphism and sexual selection in a Mesozoic reptile. Proc Biol Sci. 2015 Sep 22; 282(1815). View in: PubMed

  30. The semaphorontic view of homology. J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol. 2015 Nov; 324(7):578-87. View in: PubMed

  31. A New Specimen of Carroll's Mystery Hupehsuchian from the Lower Triassic of China. PLoS One. 2015; 10(5):e0126024. View in: PubMed

  32. Lunge feeding in early marine reptiles and fast evolution of marine tetrapod feeding guilds. Sci Rep. 2015 Mar 10; 5:8900. View in: PubMed

  33. A small short-necked hupehsuchian from the lower Triassic of Hubei Province, China. PLoS One. 2014; 9(12):e115244. View in: PubMed

  34. A gigantic nothosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from the Middle Triassic of SW China and its implication for the Triassic biotic recovery. Sci Rep. 2014 Nov 27; 4:7142. View in: PubMed

  35. A basal ichthyosauriform with a short snout from the Lower Triassic of China. Nature. 2015 Jan 22; 517(7535):485-8. View in: PubMed

  36. The enigmatic marine reptile nanchangosaurus from the lower triassic of Hubei, China and the phylogenetic affinities of Hupehsuchia. PLoS One. 2014; 9(7):e102361. View in: PubMed

  37. A carapace-like bony 'body tube' in an early triassic marine reptile and the onset of marine tetrapod predation. PLoS One. 2014; 9(4):e94396. View in: PubMed

  38. Terrestrial origin of viviparity in mesozoic marine reptiles indicated by early triassic embryonic fossils. PLoS One. 2014; 9(2):e88640. View in: PubMed

  39. Unique method of tooth replacement in durophagous placodont marine reptiles, with new data on the dentition of Chinese taxa. J Anat. 2014 May; 224(5):603-13. View in: PubMed

  40. Phylogenetics: Heed the father of cladistics. Nature. 2013 Apr 18; 496(7445):295-6. View in: PubMed

  41. Macropredatory ichthyosaur from the Middle Triassic and the origin of modern trophic networks. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Jan 22; 110(4):1393-7. View in: PubMed

  42. Adolf naef (1883-1949): on foundational concepts and principles of systematic morphology. J Hist Biol. 2013; 46(3):445-510. View in: PubMed

  43. Wilhelm Troll (1897 - 1978): idealistic morphology, physics, and phylogenetics. Hist Philos Life Sci. 2011; 33(3):321-42. View in: PubMed

  44. Finding the neck-trunk boundary in snakes: anteroposterior dissociation of myological characteristics in snakes and its implications for their neck and trunk body regionalization. J Morphol. 2012 Sep; 273(9):992-1009. View in: PubMed

  45. Evolution. How did the turtle get its shell? Science. 2009 Jul 10; 325(5937):154-5. View in: PubMed

  46. Re-writing Popper's philosophy of science for systematics. Hist Philos Life Sci. 2008; 30(3-4):293-316. View in: PubMed

  47. The mosasaur tooth attachment apparatus as paradigm for the evolution of the gnathostome periodontium. Evol Dev. 2009 May-Jun; 11(3):247-59. View in: PubMed

  48. Morphology of the skull of the white-nosed blindsnake, Liotyphlops albirostris (Scolecophidia: Anomalepididae). J Morphol. 2009 May; 270(5):536-57. View in: PubMed

  49. An ancestral turtle from the Late Triassic of southwestern China. Nature. 2008 Nov 27; 456(7221):497-501. View in: PubMed

  50. Species as a process. Acta Biotheor. 2009 Jun; 57(1-2):33-49. View in: PubMed

  51. The skull of the Round Island boa, Casarea dussumieri Schlegel, based on high-resolution X-ray computed tomography. J Morphol. 2007 May; 268(5):371-84. View in: PubMed

  52. 'Type' in morphology and phylogeny. J Morphol. 2006 May; 267(5):528-35. View in: PubMed

  53. Suction Feeding in Triassic Protorosaur? Science. 2005 May 20; 308(5725):1112c-1113c. View in: PubMed

  54. Modules, kinds, and homology. J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol. 2005 Jan 15; 304(1):18-27. View in: PubMed

  55. A Triassic aquatic protorosaur with an extremely long neck. Science. 2004 Sep 24; 305(5692):1931. View in: PubMed

  56. Popper and systematics. Syst Biol. 2003 Apr; 52(2):259-71. View in: PubMed

  57. A case of dispersing chameleons. Nature. 2002 Feb 14; 415(6873):744-5. View in: PubMed

  58. Turtles as hopeful monsters. Bioessays. 2001 Nov; 23(11):987-91. View in: PubMed

  59. The reception of Leibniz's philosophy in the writings of Charles Bonnet (1720-1793). J Hist Biol. 1988; 21(1):119-45. View in: PubMed

  60. The development of the skull in Acrochordus granulatus (Schneider) (Reptilia: Serpentes), with special consideration of the otico-occipital complex. J Morphol. 2001 Sep; 249(3):252-66. View in: PubMed

  61. The origin of snakes: limits of a scientific debate. Biologist (London). 2001 Jun; 48(3):110-4. View in: PubMed

  62. A fossil snake with limbs. Science. 2000 Mar 17; 287(5460):2010-2. View in: PubMed

  63. Turtle origins. Science. 1999 Feb 12; 283(5404):945-6. View in: PubMed

  64. Testing homology by congruence: the pectoral girdle of turtles. Proc Biol Sci. 1996 Oct 22; 263(1375):1395-8. View in: PubMed

  65. [Limbs of tetrapods--an actual problem of evolution]. Naturwissenschaften. 1993 Jul; 80(7):295-301. View in: PubMed

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  67. The dream of Charles Bonnet (1720-1793). Gesnerus. 1985; 42(3-4):359-67. View in: PubMed

  68. [The orbitotemporal region in the cranium of Chelydra serpentina Linnaeus (Chelonia) and Lacerta sicula Rafinesque (Lacertilia)]. Acta Anat (Basel). 1976; 96(3):309-20. View in: PubMed

  69. The throat musculature of Sphenodon, with comments on the primitive character states of the throat muscles in lizards. Anat Anz. 1978; 144(5):429-40. View in: PubMed

  70. A functional interpretation of the varanid dentition (Reptilia, Lacertilia, Varanidae). Gegenbaurs Morphol Jahrb. 1979; 125(6):797-817. View in: PubMed