Project 2044: Fordyce, R.E., Marx, F.G. 2018. Gigantism precedes filter feeding in baleen whale evolution. Current Biology. 28:1670-1676.e2.
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Marx, F.G., Buono. 2013. Juvenile morphology: A clue to the origins of the most mysterious of mysticetes?. Naturwissenschaften. Vol. 100, pp. 257-261.
Marx, F.G., Bosselaers, M.E.J. and Louwye, S. 2016. A new species of Metopocetus (Cetacea, Mysticeti, Cetotheriidae) from the Late Miocene of the Netherlands. PeerJ. Vol. 4, p. e1572.
Marx, F.G., Tsai, C.-H. and Fordyce, R.E. 2015. A new Early Oligocene toothed “baleen” whale (Mysticeti: Aetiocetidae) from western North America – one of the oldest and the smallest. Royal Society Open Science. Vol. 2, p. 150476.
Mitchell E.D. 1989. A new cetacean from the Late Eocene La Meseta Formation, Seymour Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Vol. 46, pp. 2219-2235.