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Martin, T., Sun, G. Mosbrugger, V. (eds.) (2010): Triassic-Jurassic biodiversity, ecosystems, and climate in the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 90 (3): 171-319.

Kalthoff, D., Martin, T., and Mörs, T. (eds.) (2006): Festband Wighart von Koenigswald.- Palaeontographica 277, 326 pp.

Martin, T. and Krebs, B. (eds.) (2000): Guimarota – A Jurassic Ecosystem, 155 pp.; Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil (München).

Kohring, R. und Martin, T. (eds.) (1994): Festschrift Bernard Krebs.- Berliner geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen E 13, 531 S.


Artikel und Monographien 


103. Schultz, J. A, Ruf, I, and Martin, T. (2018): Oldest known multituberculate stapes suggests an asymmetric bicrural pattern as ancestral for Multituberculata. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285: 20172779. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.2779

102. Averianov, A. O., Martin, T., Lopatin, A. V., Schultz, J. A., Skutschas, P. P., Schellhorn, R., and Krasnolutzkii, S. A. (2017): A tritylodontid synapsid from the Middle Jurassic of Siberia and the taxonomy of derived tritylodontids. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology e1363767. DOI: 10.1080/02724634.2017.1363767

101. Dhouailly, D., Godefroit, P., Martin, T., Nonchev, S., Caraguel, F., and Oftedal, O. (2017): Getting to the root of scales, feather, and hair: As deep as odontodes? Experimental Dermatology 2017;00:1-6. https://doi.org/10.1111/exd.13391

100. Schultz, J. A., Menz, U., Winkler, D.E., Schulz-Kornas, E., Engels, S., Kalthoff, D. C., Koenigswald, W.v., Ruf, I., Kaiser, T. M., Kullmer, O., Südekum, K.-H., and Martin, T. (2017). Modular Wear Facet Nomenclature for mammalian postcanine dentitions. Historical Biology, DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2017.1302442

99. Martin, T., Schultz, J. A., Schwermann, A. H., and Wings, O. (2016): First Jurassic mammals from Germany: Multituberculate teeth from the Late Jurassic Langenberg Quarry near Goslar (Lower Saxony). Palaeontologia Polonica 67: 171-179.

98. Skutschas, P. P., Martin, T., and Krasnolutskii, S. A. (2016): First Jurassic frog from Siberia, Russia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, DOI:10.1080/02724634.2016.1101376

97. Martin, T., Marugán-Lobón, J., Vullo, R., Martín-Abad, H., Luo, Z.-X, and Buscalioni, A. D. (2015): A Cretaceous eutriconodont and integument evolution in early mammals. Nature 526: 380-384.

96. Wings, O., Tütken, T., Fowler, D. W., Martin, T., Pfretzschner, H. U., and Sun, G. (2015): Dinosaur teeth from the Jurassic Qigu and Shihugou Formations of the Junggar Basin (Xinjiang/China) and their paleoecologic implications. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 89: 485-502.

95. Koenigswald, W. v., Martin, T., and Billet, G. (2015): Enamel microstructure and mastication in Pyrotherium (Pyrotheria, Mammalia). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 89: 593-609.

94. Averianov, A. O. and Martin, T. (2015): Ontogeny and taxonomy of Paurodon valens (Mammalia, Cladotheria) from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of USA. Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS 319: 326-340.

93. Hielscher, R. C., Schultz, J. A., and Martin, T. (2015): Wear pattern of the molar dentition of an extant and an Oligocene bat assemblage with implications on functionality. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments. DOI 10.1007/s12549-015-0186-z.

92. Mähler, B., Schwermann, A. H., Wuttke, M., Schultz, J. A., and Martin, T. (2015): Four-dimensional virtopsy and the taphonomy of a mole from the Oligocene of Lake Enspel (Germany). Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 95: 115-131.

91. Engler, T. and Martin, T. (2015): A partial skeleton of the eomyid Eomyodon volkeri Engesser, 1987 (Mammalia: Rodentia) from the late Oligocene Fossil-Lagerstätte of Enspel, Germany. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 95: 133-147.

90. Schultz, J. A. and Martin, T. (2014): Function of pretribosphenic and tribosphenic mammalian molars inferred from 3D animation. Naturwissenschaften 101: 771-781.
 

89. Martin, T., Buffetaut, E., and Tong, H. (2014) A Late Cretaceous eutherian mammal from southwestern France. Paläontologische Zeitschrift. DOI 10.1007/s12542-014-0231-7

88. Clemens, W. A. and Martin, T. (2014). Review of the non-tritylodontid synapsids from bone beds in the Rhaetic Sandstone, southern Germany. Paläontologische Zeitschrift.88:461-479.
 
87. Averianov, A. O., Martin, T., and Lopatin, A. V. (2014): The oldest dryolestid mammal from the Middle Jurassic of Siberia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 34: 924-931.
 
86. Vélez-Juarbe, J., Martin, T., MacPhee, R. D. E., and Ortega-Ariza, D. 2014. The earliest Caribbean rodents: Oligocene caviomorphs from Puerto Rico. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34: 157-163.
 
85. Averianov, A. O., Martin, T., Lopatin, A. V., and Krasnolutzkii, S. 2013. Stem therian mammal Amphibetulimus from the Middle Jurassic of Siberia. Paläontologische Zeitschrift. DOI 10.1007/s12542-013-0217-x
 
84. Zhou, C.-F., Wu, S., Martin, T., and Luo, Z.-X. 2013. A Jurassic mammaliaform and the earliest mammalian evolutionary adaptations. Nature 500: 163-167.
 
83. Martin, T. (2013). Mammalian postcranial bones from the Late Jurassic of Portugal and their implications for forelimb evolution. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33: 1432-1441.
 
82. Averianov, A. O., Martin, T., and Lopatin, A. V. (2013): A new phylogeny for basal Trechnotheria and Cladotheria and affinities of South American endemic Late Cretaceous mammals. Naturwissenschaften 100: 311-326.
 
81. Ruf, I., Luo, Z.-X., and Martin, T. (2013): Reinvestigation of the basicranium of Haldanodon exspectatus (Docodonta, Mammaliaformes). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33: 382-400.
 
80. Goin, F. J., Gelfo, J. N., Chornogubsky, L., Woodburne, M. O., and Martin, T. 2012. Origins, Radiations, and Distribution of South American Mammals, pp. 20-50 in Patterson, B. D. and Costa, L. P. (eds.): Bones, Clones, and Biomes. The History and Geography of Recent Neotropical Mammals. The University of Chicago Press.
 
79. Billet, G., Hautier, L., Asher, R.J., Schwarz, C., Crumpton, N., Martin, T., and Ruf, I. (2012): High morphological variation of vestibular system accompanies slow and infrequent locomotion in three-toed sloths. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279: 3932-3939.
 
78. Varela, A. N., Poiré D. G., Martin, T., Gerdes, A., Goin, F. J., Gelfo, J. N., and Hoffmann, S. (2012): U-Pb zirkon constraints on the age of the Cretaceous Mata Amarilla Formation, Southern Patagonia, Argentina: its relationship with the evolution of the Austral Basin. Andean Geology 39: 359-379.
 
77. Schwermann, A.H. and Martin, T. (2012): A partial skeleton of Geotrypus antiquus (Talpidae, Mammalia) from the Late Oligocene of teh Enspel fossillagerstätte in Germany. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 86: 409-439.
 
76. Luo, Z.-X., Ruf, I., and Martin, T. (2012): The petrosal and inner ear of the Late Jurassic stem cladotherian mammal Dryolestes leiriensis and implications for ear evolution in therian mammals. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 166: 433-463.
 
75. Antoine, P.-O., Marivaux, L., Croft, D. A., Billet, G., Ganerod, M., Jaramillo, C. Martin, T., Orliac, M. J., Tejada, J., Altamirano, A. J., Duranthon, F., Fanjat, G., Rousse, S., and Gismonid, R. S. (2012): Middle Eocene rodents from Peruvian Amazonia reveal the pattern and timing of caviomorph origins and biogeography. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279: 1319-1326.
 
74. Billet, G. and Martin, T. (2011): No evidence for an afrotherian-like delayed dental eruption in South American notoungulates. Naturwissenschaften 98: 509-517.
 
73. Suraprasit, K., Chaimanee, Y., Martin, T., Jaeger, J.-J. (2011): First castoroid (Mammalia, Rodentia) from the Middle Miocene of southeast Asia. Naturwissenschaften 98: 315-328.
 
72. Schultz, J. A. and Martin, T. (2011): Wear pattern and functional morphology of dryolestoid molars (Mammalia, Cladotheria). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 85: 269-285.
 
71. Coster, P., Benammi, M., Lazzari, V., Billet, G., Martin, T., Salem, M., Bilal, A. A., Chaimanee, Y., Schuster, M., Valentin, X., Brunet, M. J.-J. Jaeger (2010): Gaudeamus lavocati sp. nov. (Rodentia, Hystricognathi) from the early Oligocene of Zallah, Libya: first African caviomorph? Naturwissenschaften 97: 697-706
 
70. Skutchas, P.P. and Martin, T. (2011): Cranial anatomy of the stem salamander Kokartus honorarius (Amphibia: Caudata) from the Middle Jurassic of Kyrgyzstan. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 161: 816-838.
 
69. Luo, Z.-X., Ruf, I., Schultz, J.A., and Martin, T. (2011): Fossil evidence on evolution of inner ear cochlea in Jurassic mammals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278: 28-34.
 
68. Lazzari, V., Schultz, J.A., Tafforeau, P., Martin, T. (2010): Occlusal pattern in paulchoffatiid multituberculates and the evolution of cusp morphology in mammaliamorphs with rodent-like dentitions. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 17: 177-192.
 
67. Klug, S., Tütken, T., Wings, O., Pfretzschner, H.-U., and Martin, T. (2010): A Late Jurassic freshwater shark assemblage (Chondrichthyes, Hybodontiformes) from the southern Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 90: 241-257.
 
66. Richter, A., Wings, O., Pfretzschner, H.-U., and Martin, T. (2010): Late Jurassic Squamata and possible Choristodera from the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 90: 275-282.
 
65. Wings, O., Schwarz-Wings, D., Pfretzschner, H.-U., and Martin, T. (2010): Overview of Mesozoic crocodylomorphs from the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China, and description of isolated crocodyliform teeth from the Late Jurassic Liuhuanggou locality. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 90: 283-294.
 
64. Martin, T., Averianov, A.O., and Pfretzschner, H.-H. (2010): Mammals from the Late Jurassic Qigu Formation in the southern Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 90: 295-319.
63. Martin, T. and Averianov, A. O. (2010): Mammals from the Middle Jurassic Balabansai Formation of the Fergana Depression, Kyrgyzstan. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30: 855-871
62. Martin, T. and Ruf, I. 2009. On the mammalian ear. Science 326: 243-244.
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61. Skutchas, P., Martin, T., Sun, G. 2009. The co-occurrence of non-lissamphibian temnospondyls and salamanders in the Late Jurassic of the southern Junggar Basin (Xinjiang Autonomous Region, NW China). Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS 313:143-148.
60. Schwarz-Wings, D. Frey, E., Martin, T. 2009. Reconstruction of the bracing system of the trunk and tail in hyposaurine dyrosaurids (Crocodylomorpha, Mesoeucrocodilia). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29: 453-472.
59. Ruf. I., Luo, Z.-X., Wible, J. R., Martin, T. 2009. Petrosal anatomy and inner ear structures of the Late Jurassic Henkelotherium (Mammalia, Cladotheria, Dryolestoidea): insight into the early evolution of the ear region in cladotherian mammals. Journal of Anatomy 214: 679-693.
58. Martin, T., Averianov, A.O., Pfretzschner, H.-U., Wings, O. and Sun, G. 2008. A late Jurassic (Oxfordian) vertebrate assamblage from the southwestern Junggar Basin (Xinjiang Autonomous Region, NW China). Mid-Mesozoic Life and Environments. (24-28 June 2008, Cognac, France). Documents des Laboratoires de Géologie Lyon 164: 62-64.
57. Horovitz, I., Ladevèze, S., Argot, C., Macrini, T. E., Martin, T., Hooker, J. J., Kurz, C., de Muizon, C., Sánchez-Villagra, M. R. (2008): The anatomy of Herpetotherium cf. fugax, COPE, 1873, a metatherian from the Oligocene of North America. Palaeontographica A 284: 109-141.
56. Averianov, A. O. , Martin, T., P. P. Skutschas, A. S. Rezvyi, and A. A. Bakirov (2008): Amphibians from the Middle Jurassic Balabansai Svita in the Fergana depression, Kyrgyzstan (Central Asia). Palaeontology 51: 471-485.
55. Sánchez-Villagra, M. R., Seiffert, E. R., Martin, T., Simons, E. L., Gunnell, G. F., and Attia, Y. (2007): Enigmatic new mammals from the late Eocene of Egypt. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 81: 406-415.

54. Martin, T. (2007): Incisor enamel microstructure and the concept of Sciuravida.- Bulletin of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 39: 127-140.
53. Averianov, A.O., Bakirov, A.A., and Martin, T. (2007): First definitive stegosaur from the Middle Jurassic of Kyrgyzstan.- Paläontologische Zeitschrift 81: 440-446.

52. Sánchez-Villagra, M., Ladevèze, S., Horovitz, I., Argot, C., Hooker, J.J., Macrini, T.E., Martin, T., Moore-Fay, S., de Muizon, C., Schmelzle, T., Asher, R.J. (2007). Exceptionally preserved North American Paleogene metatherians – adaptations and discovery of a major gap in the opossum fossil record. Biology Letters 3: 318-322.

51. Luo, Z.-X. and Martin, T. Analysis of molar structure and phylogeny of docodontan genera (2007). Carnegie Museum of Natural History Bulletin, 39:27-47

50. Asher, R. J., Horovitz, I, Martin, T., and Sánchez-Villagra, M. R. (2007): Neither a rodent nor a platypus: redescription and analysis of Necrolestes patagonensis Ameghino.- American Museum Novitates 3546: 1-40.

49. Martin, T. and Averianov, A. O. (2007): A previously unrecognized group of Middle Jurassic triconodontan mammals from Central Asia.-Naturwissenschaften 94: 43-48.

48. Horovitz, I., Sánchez-Villagra, M. R., Martin, T., Aguilera O. A. (2006). The fossil record of Phoberomys pattersoni Mones 1980 (Mammalia, Rodentia) from Urumaco (Late Miocene, Venezuela), with an analysis of its phylogenetic relationships. In: Sánchez-Villagra M. R. and Smith, A. B. (eds). Vertebrate Fossils from the Venezuelan Neogene: Contributions on Neotropical Palaeontology.- Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 4: 293-306.

47. Martin, T. (2006): Incisor enamel microstructure of Ischyromyoidea and the primitive rodent schmelzmuster.- Palaeontographica A 277: 53-66.

46. Schwarz, D., Frey, E., and Martin, T. 2006. The postcranial skeleton of the Hyposaurinae (Dyrosauridae, Crocodyliformes). Palaeontology 49: 695-718.

45. Martin, T. (2006): Early mammalian evolutionary experiments.- Science 311: 1109-1110. Summary - Full Text

44. Martin, T. (2005): Postcranial anatomy of Haldanodon exspectatus (Mammalia, Docodonta) from the Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) of Portugal and its bearing for mammalian evolution.- Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 145: 219-248. PDF

43. Averianov, A. O., Martin, T., Evans, S. E., and A. A. Bakirov (2006): First Jurassic Choristodera from Asia. Naturwissenschaften 93: 46-50.

42. Martin, T. (2005): Incisor schmelzmuster diversity in South America´s oldest rodent fauna.- Journal of Mammalian Evolution 12: 405-417. PDF

41. Horovitz, I., Storch, G., and Martin, T. (2005): Ankle structure in Eocene pholidotan mammal Eomanis krebsi and its taxonic implications.- Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 50: 545-548.

40. Pfretzschner, H.U, Martin, T., Maisch, M., Matzke, A., and Sun, G. (2005): A new docodont from the Late Jurassic of the Junggar Basin in Northwest China.- Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 50: 799-808. Film1 - Film2 - Film3

39. Martin, T. and O. W. M. Rauhut. (2005): Mandible and dentition of Asfaltomylos patagonicus (Australosphenida, Mammalia) and the evolution of the tribosphenic teeth.- Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25: 414-425.

38. Martin, T. and Luo, Z.-X. (2005): Homoplasy in the mammalian ear.- Science 307: 861-862. Summary -- Full Text

37. Averianov, A.O., Martin, T., and A.A. Bakirov (2005): Pterosaur and dinosaur remains from the Middle Jurassic Balabansai Formation in the northern Fergana depression, Kyrgyzstan.- Palaeontology 48: 1-21.

36. Martin, T. (2004): Incisor enamel microstructure of South America´s earliest rodents: implications for caviomorph origin and diversification. In: The Paleogene Mammalian Fauna of Santa Rosa, Amazonian Peru. K. E. Campbell, Jr., editor, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Science Series 40: 131-140.

35. Martin, T. (2004): Evolution of incisor enamel microstructure in Lagomorpha.- Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24: 414-429.

34. Martin, T. and Averianov, A.O. (2004): A new docodont (Mammalia) from the Middle Jurassic of Kyrgyzstan (Central Asia).- Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24: 195-201.

33. Averianov, A.O., Archibald, J.D., and Martin, T. (2003): Placental nature of the alleged marsupial from the Cretaceous of Madagascar.- Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 48: 149-151.

32. Martin, T. (2002): New stem-lineage representatives of Zatheria (Mammalia) from the Late Jurassic of Portugal.- Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22: 349-365.

31. Rauhut, O.W.M., Martin, T., Ortiz-Jaureguizar, E., and Puerta, P. (2002): A Jurassic mammal from South America.- Nature 416: 165-168.

30. Martin, T. (2001): The Mammal fauna of the Late Jurassic Guimarota Ecosystem (Portugal).- Asociación Paleontológica Argentina, Publicación Especial 7, VII International Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems: 123-126.

29. Averianov, A. and Martin, T. (2001): Rodents from the early Paleogene Dzhylga localities in southern Kazhakstan.- Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte 2001: 483-499.

28. Mess, A., Mohr, B. and Martin, T. (2001): Evolutionary transformations of hystricognath Rodentia and the climatic change in the Eocene to Late Oligocene time interval.- Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde zu Berlin, Zoologische Reihe 77: 193-206.

27. Vasquez-Molinero, R., Martin, T., Fischer, M.S., and Frey, R. (2001): Comparative anatomical investigations of the postcranial skeleton of Henkelotherium guimarotae Krebs, 1991 (Eupantotheria, Mammalia) and their implications for its locomotion.- Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde zu Berlin, Zoologische Reihe 77: 207-216.

26. Martin, T. (2000): The Guimarota ecosystem – an overview.- In: Martin, T. and Krebs, B. (eds.), Guimarota – A Jurassic Ecosystem, pp. 143-146; Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil (München).

25. Martin, T. (2000): The dryolestids and the small „peramurid“ from the Guimarota coal mine.- In: Martin, T. and Krebs, B. (eds.), Guimarota – A Jurassic Ecosystem, pp. 109-120; Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil (München).

24. Martin, T. (2000): Enamel microstructure.- In: Singer, R. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Paleontology, pp. 403-409; Dearborn, Chicago.

23. Martin, T. and Nowotny, M. (2000): The docodont Haldanodon from the Guimarota coal mine.- In: Martin, T. and Krebs, B. (eds.), Guimarota – A Jurassic Ecosystem, pp. 91-96; Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil (München).

22. Martin, T. (1999): Evolution of incisor enamel microstructure in Theridomyidae (Rodentia).- Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19: 550-565.

21. Martin, T. (1999): Phylogenetic implications of Glires (Eurymylidae, Mimotonidae, Rodentia, Lagomorpha) incisor enamel microstructure.- Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde zu Berlin, Zoologische Reihe 75: 257-273.

20. Martin, T. (1999): Dryolestidae (Eupantotheria, Mammalia) aus dem Oberen Jura von Portugal.- Abhandlungen der senckenbergischen naturforschenden Gesellschaft 550: 1-119.

19. Martin, T. (1998): The premolars of Crusafontia cuencana (Dryolestidae, Mammalia) from the Early Cretaceous (Barremian) of Spain.- Berliner geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen E 28: 119-126.

18. Dashzeveg, D., Hartenberger, J.-L., Martin, T., and Legendre, S. (1998): A peculiar minute Glires from the early Eocene of Mongolia.- Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 34: 194-209.

17. Martin, T. (1997): Tooth replacement in Late Jurassic Dryolestidae (Eupantotheria, Mammalia).- Journal of Mammalian Evolution 4: 1-18.

16. Martin, T. (1997): Incisor enamel microstructure and systematics in rodents.- In: Koenigswald, W.v. & Sander, P.M. (eds.), Tooth Enamel Microstructure, pp. 163-175; Balkema, Rotterdam.

15. Hartenberger, J.-L., Dashzeveg, D., and Martin, T. (1997): What is Ivanantonia efremovi (=Orogomys obscurus), Rodentia, Mammalia?- Paläontologische Zeitschrift 7: 135-143.

14. Martin, T. (1997): Schmelzmikrostrukturen bei Säugetieren.- in: K.W. Alt und J. Türp (eds.) Evolution der Zähne, p. 401-422; Quintessenz Verlag, Berlin.

13. Martin, T. (1995): Dryolestidae from the Kimmeridge of the Guimarota coal mine (Portugal) and their implications for dryolestid systematics and phylogeny.- in: Sixth Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems and Biota - short papers (eds. Sun, A. and Wang, Y.) pp. 229-231 (China Ocean Press, Beijing).

12. Martin, T. (1995): Incisor enamel microstructure and phylogenetic inter-relationships of Pedetidae and Ctenodactyloidea (Rodentia).- Berliner geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen E 16: 693-707.

11. Martin, T. (1994): African origin of caviomorph rodents is indicated by incisor enamel microstructure.- Paleobiology 20: 5-13.

10. Martin, T. (1994): On the systematic position of Chaetomys subspinosus (Rodentia, Caviomorpha) based on evidence from the incisor enamel microstructure.- Journal of Mammalian Evolution 2: 117-131.

9. Storch, G. and Martin, T. (1994): Eomanis krebsi, ein neues Schuppentier aus dem Mitteleozän der Grube Messel bei Darmstadt.- Berliner geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen E 13: 83-97.

8. Martin, T. (1993): Early rodent incisor enamel evolution: phylogenetic implications.- Journal of Mammalian Evolution 1: 227-254.

7. Koenigswald, W.v., Martin, T. & H.U. Pfretzschner (1993): Phylogenetic interpretation of enamel structures in mammalian teeth - possibilities and problems. pp. 303-314 in: Szalay, F.S., Novacek, M.J., and McKenna, M.C. [eds]: Mammal Phylogeny, Placentals; New York (Springer).

6. Martin, T. (1992): Schmelzmikrostruktur in den Inzisiven alt- und neuweltlicher hystricognather Nagetiere.- Palaeovertebrata, Mém. extraord. 1-168.

5. Koenigswald, W.v., Martin, T., Mörs, T., und H.U. Pfretzschner (1992): Die oberoligozäne Wirbeltierfauna von Rott bei Hennef am Siebengebirge - Synonymie und Literatur 1828-1989.- Decheniana 145: 312-340.

4. Koenigswald, W.v. und Martin, T. (1990): Ein Skelett von Necromanis franconica, einem Schuppentier (Pholidota, Mamm.) aus dem Aquitan von Saulcet im Allier-Becken (Frankreich).- Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 83: 845-864.

3. Martin, T. (1990): Jungpleistozäne und holozäne Skelettfunde von Bos primigenius und Bison priscus aus Deutschland und ihre Bedeutung für die Zuordnung isolierter Langknochen.- Eiszeitalter und Gegenwart 40: 1-19.

2. Martin, T. (1989): Die Rotter Fischfauna.- pp. 47-52 in: Koenigswald, W. V. [Hrsg.]: Fossillagerstätte Rott am Siebengebirge. Rheinlandia, Siegburg.

1. Martin, T. (1987): Artunterschiede an den Langknochen großer Artiodactyla des Jungpleistozäns Mitteleuropas.- Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 96: 1-124.
 
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