Selected Publications

Jiangzuo, Q. G., and R. C. Hulbert Jr. 2021. Coexistence of Indarctos and Amphimachairodus (Carnivora) in the late early Hemphillian of Florida, North America. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 28:707-728.

Prothero, D. R., V. J. P. Syverson, R. Hulbert Jr., E. E. de Anda, and D. Balassa. 2021. Allometric trends in growth and dwarfing in the dwarf pronghorn Capromeryx: does dwarfing follow the same trends as growth? Pp. 335-339 in Lucas, S. G., A. P. Hunt, and A. J. Lichtig (eds.). Fossil Record 7. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 82.

Stringer, G. L., and R. C. Hulbert Jr. 2020. Fish Otoliths Provide Further Taxonomic and Paleoecologic Data for the Late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) Jones Girls Site, Georgia. Eastern Paleontologist 5:1-15.

MacLaren, J. A., R. C. Hulbert Jr., S. C. Wallace, and S. Nauwelaerts. 2018. A morphometric analysis of the forelimb in the genus Tapirus (Perissodactyla: Tapiridae) reveals influences of habitat, phylogeny and size through time and across geographical space. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 184(2):499–515.

Stringer, G. L., R. C. Hulbert Jr., D. Nolf, P. Roth, and R. W. Portell. 2017. A rare occurrence of matched otoliths and associated skeletal remains of Apogon townsendi (Osteichthyes) from the Caloosahatchee Formation (lower Pleistocene) of Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 55(4):89–103.

Semprebon, G. M., F. Rivals, N. Solounias, and R. C. Hulbert Jr. 2016. Paleodietary reconstruction of fossil horses from the Eocene through Pleistocene of North America. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 442:110–127.

Hulbert Jr., R. C., A. Kerner, and G. S. Morgan. 2014. Taxonomy of the Pleistocene giant beaver Castoroides (Rodentia: Castoridae) from the southeastern United States. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 53(2):26-43.

Wallace, S. C., and R. C. Hulbert Jr. 2013. A new machairodont from the Palmetto Fauna (early Pliocene) of Florida, with comments on the origin of the Smilodontini (Mammalia, Carnivora, Felidae). PLoS ONE 8(3):e56173. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056173.

Baskin, J. A. , and R. C. Hulbert Jr. 2012. A late Clarendonian local fauna from the Goliad Formation of South Texas. Paludicola 8:187–193.

Mörs, T., and R. C. Hulbert Jr. 2010. Anchitheriomys Roger, 1898 or Amblycastor Matthew, 1918 (Rodentia, Castoridae)? Taxonomic implications of a mandible from the Miocene of Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30(6):1899–1902.

Hulbert Jr., R. C. 2010. A new early Pleistocene tapir (Mammalia: Perissodactyla) from Florida, with a review of Blancan tapirs from the state. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 49(3):67-126.

Eagle, R. A., E. A. Schauble, A. K. Tripati, T. Tütken, R. C. Hulbert Jr., and J. M. Eiler. 2010. Body temperatures of modern and extinct vertebrates from 13C-18O bond abundances in bioapatite. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(23):10377-10382.

Schubert, B. W., R. C. Hulbert, Jr., B. J. MacFadden, M. Searle, and S. Searle. 2010. Giant short-faced bears (Arctodus simus) in Pleistocene Florida USA, a substantial range extension. Journal of Paleontology 84(1):79-87.

Hulbert Jr., R. C., G. S. Morgan, and A. Kerner. 2009. Collared peccary (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Tayassuidae, Pecari) from the late Pleistocene of Florida. Pp. 543-555 in L. B. Albright III (ed.), Papers on Geology, Vertebrate Paleontology, and Biostratigraphy in Honor of Michael O. Woodburne. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 65. Flagstaff, Arizona.

Hulbert Jr., R. C., S. C. Wallace, W. E. Klippel, and P. W. Parmalee. 2009. Cranial morphology and systematics of an extraordinary sample of the late Neogene dwarf tapir, Tapirus polkensis (Olsen). Journal of Paleontology 83(2):238–262.

MacFadden, B. J., and R. C. Hulbert Jr. 2009. Calibration of mammoth (Mammuthus) dispersal into North America using rare earth elements of Plio-Pleistocene mammals from Florida. Quaternary Research 71(1):41-48.

Webb, S. D., R. C. Hulbert Jr., G. S. Morgan, and H. F. Evans. 2008. Terrestrial mammals of the Palmetto Fauna (early Pliocene, latest Hemphillian) from the Central Florida Phosphate District. Pp. 293-312 in X. Wang and L. G. Barnes (eds.), Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Western and Southern North America. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Science Series, Number 41.

MacFadden, B. J., J. Labs-Hochstein, R. C. Hulbert Jr., and J. A. Baskin. 2007. Revised age of the late Neogene terror bird (Titanis) in North America during the Great American Interchange. Geology 35(2):123-126.

Hulbert Jr., R. C., and F. C. Whitmore. 2006. Late Miocene mammals from the Mauvilla local fauna, Alabama. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 46(1):1-28.

Hulbert Jr., R. C. 2005. Late Miocene Tapirus (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Florida, with description of a new species, Tapirus webbi. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):465-494.

Green, J. L., and R. C. Hulbert Jr. 2005. The deciduous premolars of Mammut americanum (Mammalia, Proboscidea). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3):702-715.

Hulbert Jr., R. C., N. J. Czaplewski, and S. D. Webb. 2005. New records of Pseudhipparion simpsoni (Mammalia: Equidae) from the late Hemphillian of Oklahoma and Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3):737–740.

Hulbert Jr., R. C. 2001. The Fossil Vertebrates of Florida. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, 384 pp.

Hulbert Jr., R. C., R. M. Petkewich, G. A. Bishop, D. Bukry, and D. P. Aleshire. 1998. A new middle Eocene protocetid whale (Mammalia: Cetacea: Archaeoceti) and associated biota from Georgia. Journal of Paleontology, 72(5):905–925.

Hulbert Jr., R. C. 1993. Taxonomic evolution in North American Neogene horses (subfamily Equinae): the rise and fall of an adaptive radiation. Paleobiology, 19(2):216–234.

Hulbert Jr., R. C. 1993. Late Miocene Nannippus (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Florida, with a description of the smallest hipparionine horse. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 13(3):350–366.

Hulbert Jr., R. C., and G. S. Morgan. 1993. Quantitative and qualitative evolution in the giant armadillo Holmesina (Edentata: Pampatheriidae) in Florida. Pp. 134–177 in (R. A. Martin and A. D. Barnosky, eds.), Morphological Change in Quaternary Mammals of North America. Cambridge University Press, New York.

Hulbert Jr., R. C., and B. J. MacFadden. 1991. Morphological transformation and cladogenesis at the base of the adaptive radiation of Miocene hypsodont horses. American Museum Novitates, 3000:1–61.

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