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Publications of Peter E. Kondrashov, Ph.D.

   
27. Kondrashov PE, Agadjanian AK. A nearly complete skeleton of Ernanodon (Mammalia, Palaeanodonta) from Mongolia: morphofunctional analysis. J Vert Paleontol 2012 32(5):983-1001 (Featured Article). Abstract
26. Mitgutsch C, Richardson MK, Jiménez R, Martin JE, Kondrashov P, de Bakker MA, Sánchez-Villagra MR. Circumventing the polydactyly 'constraint': the mole's 'thumb'. Biol Lett. 2012 Feb 23;8(1):74-7. Epub 2011 Jul 13. PubMed
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Kondrashov PE, Lucas SG. Nearly complete skeleton of Tetraclaenodon (Mammalia, Phenacodontidae) from the Early Paleocene of New Mexico: Morpho-functional analysis. J Paleontology. 2012 Jan;86(1):25-43. Abstract
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Agadjanian AK, Kondrashov PE. Early middle Pleistocene mammalian and molluscan assemblages from the Novokhopersk locality (Don River Basin, Russia). Quaternary International. 2011 Feb;231(1-2):10-21. Abstract

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Kondrashov PE. New gastropod species from the Pleistocene of the Upper Don Basin. Paleontological J 2007;41(5)513-519 Abstract

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Agadjanian AK, Kondrashov PE. Mollusks and small mammals from the Kuznetsovka Locality, Pleistocene of the OkaDon Plain. Paleontological J 2007;41(4)395-406 Abtract
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Kondrashov P. From passenger pigeon to Eurasian Collared Dove. The Bluebird 2006;73(2):2-6 Abstract
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Kondrashov PE, Lucas SG. Early Paleocene (Puercan and Torrejonian) archaic ungulates (Condylarthra, Procreodi and Acreodi) of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico. New Mexico Museum of Natural History Bull 2006;34:84-97
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Lucas SG, Kondrashov PE. Early Eocene (Bumbanian) perissodactyls from Mongolia and their biochronological significance. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:215-20
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Kondrashov PE, Lucas SG. Revised distribution of condylarths (Mammalia, Eutheria) in Asia. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:209-14
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Kondrashov PE, Lopatin AV, Lucas SG. The oldest known Asian artiodactyl (Mammalia). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:205-8
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Kondrashov PE, Lucas SG. Palaeostylops iturus from the late Paleocene of Mongolia and the status of Arctostylopida (Mammalia, Eutheria). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:195-203
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Kondrashov PE, Lopatin AV, Lucas SG. Late Paleocene (Gashatan) Nyctitheriidae (Mammalia, Lipotyphla) from Mongolia. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:18-193
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Lopatin AV, Kondrashov PE. Sarcodontinae, a new subfamily of micropternodontid insectivores from the early Paleocene – middle Eocene of Asia. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:177-84
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Kondrashov PE. A new hyopsodontid (Mammalia, Condylarthra) from the early Eocene of Mongolia. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:165-7
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Lucas SG, Kondrashov PE. A new species of Deltatherium (Mammalia, Tillodontia) from the Paleocene of New Mexico and the phylogenetic position of the genus. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:45-53
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Lucas SG, Kondrashov PE. Taxonomic revision of the genus Ectoconus (Mammalia, Periptychidae) from the Paleocene of western United States. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:33-44
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Kondrashov PE, Lucas SG. Oxyclaenus from the early Paleocene of New Mexico and the status of the Oxyclaeninae (Mammalia, Arctocyonidae). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:21-31
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Kondrashov PE, Lucas SG. Arctocyon (Mammalia, Arctocyonidae) from the Paleocene of North America. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 2004;26:11-20
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Libed SA, Lucas SG, Kondrashov PE, Williamson TE. Taxonomic revision of the genus Periptychus, a Paleocene «condylarth» from the San Juan Basin, New Mexico. New Mexico Geol. 2000;22:46-7
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Kondrashov PE. Feeding adaptations of the mammalian order Condylarthra and their role in the Paleocene-Eocene communities of North America// Biosphere evolution. Moscow, Paleontological Institute 2001;71-81
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Lopatin AV, Kondrashov PE. Late Paleocene mixodontians from the Tsagan-Khushu locality (Mongolia) with remarks on the classification of the order. International Symposium Systematics and Evolution of Rodents and Lagomorphs. Collected papers 2000. 97-100
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Kondrashov PE. Sinotherium (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) from the early Pliocene of Mongolia. Paleontological J 2000;34(6)655-61 Abstract
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Kondrashov PE, Agadjanian AK. New material on the genus Hyopsodus (Mammalia, Condylarthra) from the Eocene of Mongolia. Paleontological J 1999;33(6):667-80 Abstract
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Agadjanian A.K., Kondrashov PE. Gobiatherium (Dinocerata, Mammalia) from Kyrgyzia: morphology and systematic position. Paleontological J 1999;33(3)308-20 Abstract
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Kondrashov PE. The taxonomic position and relationships of the order Hyracoidea (Mammalia, Eutheria) within the Ungulata sensu lato. Paleontological J 1998;32(4)418-28 Abstract
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Kondrashov PE. Skull of Procavia capensis (Mammalia, Hyracoidea) and the problem of the hyraxes origin. Paleontological J 1998;32(3):310-22 Abstract
   
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2. Mitgutsch C, Richardson MK, de Bakker MAG, Jiménez R, Martin JE, Kondrashov P, Sánchez-Villagra MR. 2012. A molecular–morphological study of a peculiar limb morphology: the development and evolution of the mole’s ‘thumb’; pp. 301-327; In R.J. Asher and J. Müller (eds); From Clone to Bone: The Synergy of Morphological and Molecular Tools in Palaeobiology. Cambridge University Press, New York.
1. Kondrashov PE, Martin LD. 2011. Chapter 8. A saber-tooth cat skull from Tajikistan, Central Asia and the relationships between Eurasian and North American homotheres; pp. 195-199; In The Other Saber-tooths, Scimita-tooth Cats of the Western Hemisphere (VL Naples, LD Martin and JP Babiarz, eds); John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD.