Georgios L. Georgalis
Georgios L. Georgalis
Palaeontological Institute and Museum, University of Zurich, Switzerland
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Turtles and tortoises of the world during the rise and global spread of humanity: first checklist and review of extinct Pleistocene and Holocene chelonians
AGJ Rhodin, S Thomson, G Georgalis, HV Karl, IG Danilov, A Takahashi, ...
Chelonian Research Foundation 5, 1-66, 2015
502015
The fossil turtles of Greece: an overview of taxonomy and distribution
GL Georgalis, BP Kear
Geobios 46 (4), 299-311, 2013
372013
A review of the fossil record of Old World turtles of the clade Pan-Trionychidae
GL Georgalis, WG Joyce
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 58 (1), 115-208, 2017
272017
First description of a fossil chamaeleonid from Greece and its relevance for the European biogeographic history of the group
GL Georgalis, A Villa, M Delfino
The Science of Nature 103 (1-2), 12, 2016
262016
Fossil amphibians and reptiles from Plakias, Crete: a glimpse into the earliest late Miocene herpetofaunas of southeastern Europe
GL Georgalis, A Villa, E Vlachos, M Delfino
Geobios 49 (6), 433-444, 2016
252016
Turonian marine amniotes from the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czech Republic
BP Kear, B Ekrt, J Prokop, GL Georgalis
Geological Magazine 151 (1), 183-198, 2014
252014
Fossil lizards and snakes from Ano Metochi–a diverse squamate fauna from the latest Miocene of northern Greece
GL Georgalis, A Villa, M Delfino
Historical Biology 29 (6), 730-742, 2017
212017
Nostimochelone lampra gen. et sp. nov., an Enigmatic New Podocnemidoidean Turtle from the Early Miocene of Northern Greece
GL Georgalis, E Velitzelos, DE Velitzelos, BP Kear
Morphology and evolution of turtles, 277-287, 2013
202013
First record of fossil anguines (Squamata; Anguidae) from the Oligocene and Miocene of Turkey
A Čerňanský, D Vasilyan, GL Georgalis, P Joniak, S Mayda, J Klembara
Swiss Journal of Geosciences 110 (3), 741-751, 2017
192017
The last European varanid: demise and extinction of monitor lizards (Squamata, Varanidae) from Europe
GL Georgalis, A Villa, M Delfino
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 37 (2), e1301946, 2017
192017
New material of Laophis crotaloides, an enigmatic giant snake from Greece, with an overview of the largest fossil European vipers
GL Georgalis, Z Szyndlar, BP Kear, M Delfino
Swiss Journal of Geosciences 109 (1), 103-116, 2016
192016
Early Miocene herpetofaunas from the Greek localities of Aliveri and Karydia–bridging a gap in the knowledge of amphibians and reptiles from the early Neogene of southeastern …
GL Georgalis, A Villa, M Ivanov, S Roussiakis, P Skandalos, M Delfino
Historical Biology 31 (8), 1045-1064, 2019
162019
Osteology, fossil record and palaeodiversity of the European lizards
A Villa, E Tschopp, GL Georgalis, M Delfino
Amphibia-Reptilia 38 (1), 79-88, 2017
162017
Early Miocene gastropod and ectothermic vertebrate remains from the Lesvos Petrified Forest (Greece)
K Vasileiadou, M Böhme, TA Neubauer, GL Georgalis, GE Syrides, ...
PalZ 91 (4), 541-564, 2017
152017
Lizards and snakes from the late Miocene hominoid locality of Ravin de la Pluie (Axios Valley, Greece)
GL Georgalis, JC Rage, L de Bonis, GD Koufos
Swiss Journal of Geosciences 111 (1-2), 169-181, 2018
102018
First fossil find of the Blanus strauchi complex (Amphisbaenia, Blanidae) from the Miocene of Anatolia
GL Georgalis, K Halaçlar, S Mayda, T Kaya, D Ayaz
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 38 (2), e1437044, 2018
102018
A new species of Palaeopython (Serpentes) and other extinct squamates from the Eocene of Dielsdorf (Zurich, Switzerland)
GL Georgalis, TM Scheyer
Swiss Journal of Geosciences 112 (2-3), 383-417, 2019
82019
The last amphisbaenian (Squamata) from continental Eastern Europe
GL Georgalis, A Villa, M Delfino
Annales de Paléontologie 104 (2), 155-159, 2018
72018
First record of fossil anguines (Squamata; Anguidae) from the Oligocene and Miocene of Turkey
A Cˇernanský, D Vasilyan, GL Georgalis, P Joniak, S Mayda, J Klembara
Swiss Journal of Geosciences 110 (3), 741-751, 2017
72017
Fossil amphibians and reptiles from the Neogene locality of Maramena (Greece), the most diverse European herpetofauna at the Miocene/Pliocene transition boundary
G Georgalis, A Villa, I Martin, D Vasilyan, M Delfino
Palaeontologia Electronica 22 (3), 1-99, 2019
62019
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