My very good friend and colleague Sterling Nesbitt has a new website detailing his work (mainly on Triassic archosauromorphs). Please go check it out and then totally harass him for PDFs of all of his papers.
Much of the renniassance in Triassic archosauromorph taxonomy and phylogeny is in a large part due to Sterling's work over the last decade. His forthcoming, in press, absolutely monstrous (over 500 manuscript pages) monograph on archosauromorph phylogeny (from his doctoral dissertation) promises to be the most comprehensive work ever done on this group (over 50 taxa and 400 characters, almost all scored through first hand observation of the actual specimens) and will be a foundation study for years to come.
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