Martin Ruecklin
Martin Ruecklin
Research group leader Vertebrate Evolution Development and Ecology, Naturalis Biodiversity Center
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Development of teeth and jaws in the earliest jawed vertebrates
M Rücklin, PCJ Donoghue, Z Johanson, K Trinajstic, F Marone, ...
Nature 491 (7426), 748-751, 2012
952012
Open data and digital morphology
TG Davies, IA Rahman, S Lautenschlager, JA Cunningham, RJ Asher, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1852), 20170194, 2017
762017
Ecological change during the early Emsian (Devonian) in the Tafilalt (Morocco), the origin of the Ammonoidea, and the first African pyrgocystid edrioasteroids, machaerids and …
C Klug, B Kröger, D Korn, M Rücklin, M Schemm-Gregory, K De Baets, ...
Palaeontographica. Beiträge zur Naturgeschichte der Vorzeit. A (Paläozoology …, 2008
582008
The ins and outs of the evolutionary origin of teeth
PCJ Donoghue, M Rücklin
Evolution & development 18 (1), 19-30, 2016
532016
Histology of “placoderm” dermal skeletons: Implications for the nature of the ancestral gnathostome
S Giles, M Rücklin, PCJ Donoghue
Journal of Morphology 274 (6), 627-644, 2013
482013
The youngest African clymeniids (Ammonoidea, Late Devonian)–failed survivors of the Hangenberg Event
D Korn, Z Belka, S Fröhlich, M Rücklin, J Wendt
Lethaia 37 (3), 307-315, 2004
432004
Teeth before jaws? Comparative analysis of the structure and development of the external and internal scales in the extinct jawless vertebrate Loganellia scotica
M Rücklin, S Giles, P Janvier, PCJ Donoghue
Evolution & development 13 (6), 523-532, 2011
332011
Romundina and the evolutionary origin of teeth
M Rücklin, PCJ Donoghue
Biology Letters 11 (6), 20150326, 2015
292015
Beyond the print—virtual paleontology in science publishing, outreach, and education
S Lautenschlager, M Rücklin
Journal of Paleontology 88 (4), 727, 2014
282014
Controls on Devonian hemi-pelagic limestone deposition analyzed on cephalopod ridge to slope sections, Eastern Anti-Atlas, Morocco
S Lubeseder, J Rath, M Rücklin, R Messbacher
Facies 56 (2), 295-315, 2010
262010
A new multituberculate specimen from the Maastrichtian of Pui, Romania and reassessment of affinities of Barbatodon
Z Csiki, D Grigorescu, M Rücklin
Acta Palaeontologica Romaniae 5 (7), 2005
262005
Frasnian plants from the Dra Valley, southern Anti-Atlas, Morocco
B Meyer-Berthaud, M RÜCKLIN, A Soria, Z Belka, H Lardeux
Geological Magazine 141 (6), 675-686, 2004
252004
Testing models of dental development in the earliest bony vertebrates, Andreolepis and Lophosteus
JA Cunningham, M Rücklin, H Blom, H Botella, PCJ Donoghue
Biology Letters 8 (5), 833-837, 2012
222012
Cranial osteology of the sauropterygian Plesiosaurus brachypterygius from the Lower Toarcian of Germany
MW Maisch, M RŘcklin
Palaeontology 43 (1), 29-40, 2000
222000
The oldest Gondwanan cephalopod mandibles (Hangenberg Black Shale, Late Devonian) and the mid‐Palaeozoic rise of jaws
C Klug, L Frey, D Korn, R Jattiot, M Rücklin
Palaeontology 59 (5), 611-629, 2016
192016
A new Frasnian placoderm assemblage from the eastern Anti-Atlas, Morocco, and its palaeobiogeographical implications
M Rücklin
Palaeoworld 19 (1-2), 87-93, 2010
172010
Late Devonian pseudoplanktonic crinoids from Morocco
C Klug, M Rücklin, B Meyer-Berthaud, A Soria, D Korn, J Wendt
Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie-Monatshefte, 153-163, 2003
132003
First selenosteid placoderms from the eastern Anti‐Atlas of Morocco; osteology, phylogeny and palaeogeographical implications
M Ruecklin
Palaeontology 54 (1), 25-62, 2011
112011
Developmental paleobiology of the vertebrate skeleton
M Rücklin, PCJ Donoghue, JA Cunningham, F Marone, M Stampanoni
Journal of Paleontology 88 (4), 676, 2014
102014
The early elasmobranch Phoebodus: phylogenetic relationships, ecomorphology and a new time-scale for shark evolution
L Frey, M Coates, M Ginter, V Hairapetian, M Rücklin, I Jerjen, C Klug
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1912), 20191336, 2019
92019
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