Matthew P. Martyniuk's Publications

Author & Illustrator:

Martyniuk, Matthew P. Beasts of Antiquity: Stem-Birds in the Solnhofen Limestone. Vernon, NJ: Pan Aves, 2014. Print.

Martyniuk, Matthew P. A Field Guide to Mesozoic Birds and Other Winged Dinosaurs. Vernon, NJ: Pan Aves, 2012. Print.

Author:

Martyniuk, Matthew. "What Sound Did T. rex Actually Make?" io9. 15 Jun. 2014. Web. 22 Jun. 2014.

Martyniuk, Matt. "Bring back Brontosaurus: how we can resurrect our favorite dinosaur name." Walking With Dinosaurs. BBC Earth. 9 May 2013. Web. 15 Sep. 2013.

Illustrator:

"Scansoriopteryx"
Feduccia, A. 2016. Fantasy vs. Reality: A critique of Smith et al.'s bird origins. The Open Ornithology Journal, 9: 14-38.

"Oviraptorid Profiles"
Bodio, Stephen J. "They Had Feathers: Is the World Ready to See Dinosaurs As They Really Were?" Living Bird Magazine, April 2016. Print.

"Yanornis" (uncredited)
Huang J., Wang X., Hu Y., Liu J., Peteya, J.A., and Clarke, J.A. 2016. A new ornithurine from the Early Cretaceous of China sheds light on the evolution of early ecological and cranial diversity in birds. PeerJ, 4: e1765.

"Protopteryx" & "Hesperornis"
Brusatte, S.L. 2016. Evolution: How some birds survived when all other dinosaurs died. Current Biology, 26(10): R415-R417.

"Ornitholestes", "Similicaudipteryx", & "Oviraptor"
Hendrickx, C., Araujo, R., and Mateus, O. 2015. The non-avian theropod quadrate I: standardized terminology with an overview of the anatomy and function. PeerJ, 3: e1245.

"Caudipteryx", "Jinfengopteryx", "Archaeopteryx", "Changchengornis", and "Longicrusavis"
Benton, M.J. 2015. Exploring macroevolution using modern and fossil data. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 282(1810).

"Archaeopteryx", "Protopteryx", & "Ichthyornis"
Plotnick, R.E., Theodor, J.M., and Holtz, T.R. 2015. Jurassic Pork: What could a Jewish time traveler eat? Evolution:Education and Outreach, 8.1: 1-14.

"Changchengornis", "Sapeornis", "Protopteryx", "Yixianornis", "Hesperornis", & "Ichthyornis"
Brusatte, S.L., O'Connor, J.K., and Jarvis, E.D. 2015. The origin and diversification of birds. Current Biology, 25: R888-R898.

"Jeholornis prima"
Naish, D. 2014. The fossil record of bird behaviour. Journal of Zoology, 292.4: 268-280.

"Parasaurolophus cyrtocristatus (silhouette)"
Joe the Dinosaur. Raymond Alf Museum, 2013. Web. 22 Nov. 2013.

"A Titan Emerges from the Fog"
Taylor, Mike. "How big were the biggest dinosaurs? Lost fossils tell a tantalising tale." Walking With Dinosaurs. BBC Earth. 11 Mar. 2013. Web. 15 Sep. 2013.

"Confuciusornis sanctus"
"The Great Survivors." Planet Dinosaur. BBC One. 19 Oct. 2011.

"Ashdown Maniraptoran" & "Anchiornis huxleyi"
Sweetman, Steve C. "World's smallest dinosaur? The 'Ashdown maniraptoran.'" Deposits Magazine Summer 2011, 37-34. Print.

"Jinfengopteryx elegans" & "Oviraptorine Profiles"
Feduccia, Alan. Riddle of the Feathered Dragons: Hidden Birds of China. Yale University Press, 2011. Print.

"Caudipteryx zoui"
Naish, Darren. Tetrapod Zoology Book One. cfz, 2010. Print.

 

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