Jonathan Antcliffe
Jonathan Antcliffe
Senior Research Associate, University of Lausanne
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Giving the early fossil record of sponges a squeeze
JB Antcliffe, RHT Callow, MD Brasier
Biological Reviews 89 (4), 972-1004, 2014
1372014
Changing the picture of Earth's earliest fossils (3.5–1.9 Ga) with new approaches and new discoveries
MD Brasier, J Antcliffe, M Saunders, D Wacey
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (16), 4859-4864, 2015
1282015
Evolutionary relationships within the Avalonian Ediacara biota: new insights from laser analysis
MD Brasier, JB Antcliffe
Journal of the Geological Society 166 (2), 363-384, 2009
962009
Decoding the Ediacaran enigma
M Brasier, J Antcliffe
Science 305 (5687), 1115-1117, 2004
922004
Effaced preservation in the Ediacara biota and its implications for the early macrofossil record
AG LIU, D MCILROY, JB ANTCLIFFE, MD BRASIER
Palaeontology 54 (3), 607-630, 2011
912011
Charnia at 50: Developmental models for Ediacaran fronds
JB ANTCLIFFE, MD BRASIER
Palaeontology 51 (1), 11-26, 2008
892008
Charnia and sea pens are poles apart
JB Antcliffe, MD Brasier
Journal of the Geological Society 164 (1), 49-51, 2007
872007
The architecture of Ediacaran Fronds
MD BRASIER, JB ANTCLIFFE, AG LIU
Palaeontology 55 (5), 1105-1124, 2012
762012
Testing the protozoan hypothesis for Ediacaran fossils: a developmental analysis of Palaeopascichnus
JB Antcliffe, AJ Gooday, MD Brasier
Palaeontology 54 (5), 1157-1175, 2011
762011
Evolutionary trends in remarkable fossil preservation across the Ediacaran–Cambrian transition and the impact of metazoan mixing
MD Brasier, JB Antcliffe, RHT Callow
Taphonomy, 519-567, 2011
682011
Early fossil record of Euarthropoda and the Cambrian Explosion
AC Daley, JB Antcliffe, HB Drage, S Pates
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (21), 5323-5331, 2018
592018
Questioning the evidence of organic compounds called sponge biomarkers
JB Antcliffe
Palaeontology 56 (5), 917-925, 2013
592013
Origins of multicellularity
PCJ Donoghue, JB Antcliffe
Nature 466 (7302), 41-42, 2010
512010
< i> Dickinsonia</i> from Ediacara: A new look at morphology and body construction
MD Brasier, JB Antcliffe
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 270 (3), 311-323, 2008
482008
The oldest evidence of bioturbation on Earth: Comment
MD Brasier, D McIlroy, AG Liu, JB Antcliffe, LR Menon
Geology 41 (5), e289-e289, 2013
362013
Early evolution of colonial animals (Ediacaran Evolutionary Radiation–Cambrian Evolutionary Radiation–Great Ordovician Biodiversification Interval)
E Landing, JB Antcliffe, G Geyer, A Kouchinsky, SS Bowser, A Andreas
Earth-Science Reviews 178, 105-135, 2018
312018
A new ecological model for the∼ 565 Ma Ediacaran biota of Mistaken Point, Newfoundland
JB Antcliffe, AD Hancy, MD Brasier
Precambrian Research 268, 227-242, 2015
222015
Taphonomic bias in exceptionally preserved biotas
F Saleh, JB Antcliffe, B Lefebvre, B Pittet, L Laibl, FP Peris, L Lustri, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 529, 115873, 2020
202020
Distinguishing Earth’s oldest known bryozoan (Pywackia, late Cambrian) from pennatulacean octocorals (Mesozoic–Recent)
E Landing, JB Antcliffe, MD Brasier, AB English
Journal of Paleontology 89 (2), 292-317, 2015
202015
Critical questions about early character acquisition—Comment on Retallack 2012:“Some Ediacaran fossils lived on land”
JB Antcliffe, A Hancy
Evol. Dev 15 (2012), 10.1111, 2013
182013
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