A new ophiocistioid with soft-tissue preservation from the Silurian Herefordshire Lagerstätte, and the evolution of the holothurian body plan.
Dr Imran Rahman: List of publications
Effects of body plan evolution on the hydrodynamic drag and energy requirements of swimming in ichthyosaurs
Exploring the potential of neutron imaging for life sciences on IMAT
Whole-body photoreceptor networks are independent of ‘lenses’ in brittle stars
An edrioasteroid from the Silurian Herefordshire Lagerstätte of England reveals the nature of the water vascular system in an extinct echinoderm.
Towards a Better Understanding of the Origins of Microlens Arrays in Mesozoic Ophiuroids and Asteroids
The Cambrian Substrate Revolution and the early evolution of attachment in suspension-feeding echinoderms
Computational fluid dynamics as a tool for testing functional and ecological hypotheses in fossil taxa
Progress in echinoderm paleobiology
Inference of facultative mobility in the enigmatic Ediacaran organism Parvancorina
Modelling enrolment in Cambrian trilobites
Open data and digital morphology.
Palaeontology: Tiny fossils in the animal family tree.
APPLICATIONS OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL BOX MODELING TO PALEONTOLOGICAL FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
VIRTUAL PALEONTOLOGY—AN OVERVIEW
Miocene Clypeaster from Valencia (E Spain): Insights into the taphonomy and ichnology of bioeroded echinoids using X-ray micro-tomography
Cambrian cinctan echinoderms shed light on feeding in the ancestral deuterostome.
Suspension feeding in the enigmatic Ediacaran organism Tribrachidium demonstrates complexity of Neoproterozoic ecosystems
Early post-metamorphic, Carboniferous blastoid reveals the evolution and development of the digestive system in echinoderms.
Experimental reduction of intromittent organ length reduces male reproductive success in a bug.
Palaeogeographic implications of a new iocrinid crinoid (Disparida) fromthe Ordovician (Darriwillian) ofMorocco
The youngest ctenocystoids from the upper ordovician of the united kingdom and the evolution of the bilateral body plan in echinoderms
Deciphering the early evolution of echinoderms with Cambrian fossils
A virtual world of paleontology.
Techniques for Virtual Palaeontology
Virtual paleontology: Computer-aided analysis of fossil form and function
Taphonomy and ontogeny of early pelmatozoan echinoderms: A case study of a mass-mortality assemblage of Gogia from the Cambrian of North America
The ontogeny of cinctans (stem-group Echinodermata) as revealed by a new genus, GraciaCystis, from the middle Cambrian of Spain
Virtual Fossils: a New Resource for Science Communication in Paleontology
Dehmicystis globulus, an enigmatic solute (Echinodermata) from the Lower Devonian Hunsrück Slate, Germany
Plated Cambrian bilaterians reveal the earliest stages of echinoderm evolution.
The oldest stylophoran echinoderm: A new Ceratocystis from the Middle Cambrian of Germany
From clergymen to computers-the advent of virtual palaeontology
Bioturbation in Burgess Shale-type Lagerstätten - Case study of trace fossil-body fossil association from the Kaili Biota (Cambrian Series 3), Guizhou, China
Evaluating phylogenetic hypotheses of carpoids using stratigraphic congruence indices
Re-evaluating the palaeobiology and affinities of the Ctenocystoidea (Echinodermata)
The oldest cinctan carpoid (stem-group Echinodermata), and the evolution of the water vascular system
Ichnological insights into mitrate palaeobiology
Making sense of carpoids
New data on the genus Sucocystis (Cincta, Echinodermata) from the middle Cambrian of Spain: biostratigraphic and phylogenetic implications