Technical papers

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1992. Four new crocodilians from early Miocene sites at Riversleigh Station, northwestern Queensland (Abstract). The Beagle, Rec. Northern Territory Mus. Arts Sci. 9(1): 269. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1993. Trilophosuchus rackhami, gen. et sp. nov., a new crocodilian from the early Miocene limestones of Riversleigh, northwestern Queensland. J. Vert. Paleont. 13 (1); 90-98. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1993. The Australian Palaeoherpetological Renaissance; a review of Australian Palaeoherpetology, 1990-1993. In Herpetology in Australia a diverse discipline. (D.Lunney and D. Ayers editors). Surrey Beatty and Sons, Sydney. Pp 17-33. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1997. Review of fossil crocodilians from Australasia. Australian Zoologist. 30(3): 287-298. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1997. New crocodilians from the Late Oligocene White Hunter Site, Riversleigh, northwestern Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. 41(2): 423-438. 

WILLIS, P.M.A. & ARCHER, M., 1990. A Pleistocene longirostrine crocodilian from Riversleigh, first fossil occurrence of Crocodylus johnstoni Krefft. Mem. Qd Mus. 28: 159-163. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., DAVIES, S.M. & OSBORNE, R.A.L., 1992. Important vertebrate fossils from the palaentological collections of the Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Sydney. J. Proc. R. Soc. N.S.W. 125 : 113-118. 

WILLIS, P.M.A. & MACKNESS, B., 1996. Quinkana babarra, a new species of ziphodont mekosuchine crocodile from the early Pliocene Bluff Downs Local Fauna, Northern Australia, with a revision of the genus. Proceedings and Journal of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 116: 143-151. 

WILLIS, P.M.A. & MOLNAR, R.E. 1991. A new Middle Tertiary crocodile from Lake Palankarinna, South Australia. Rec. S. Aust. Mus. 25: 39-55. 

WILLIS, P.M.A. & MOLNAR, R.E., 1991. A new, Early Tertiary crocodile from Runcorn, southeastern Queensland. Alcheringa 15: 229-233. 

WILLIS, P.M.A. & MOLNAR, R.E, 1997. A Review of the Plio-Pleistocene Crocodilian Genus Pallimnarchus. Proceedings and Journal of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 117(1): 223-242. 

WILLIS, P.M.A. & MOLNAR, R.E, 1997. Identification of large reptilian teeth from Plio-Pleistocene depostis of Australia . Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 130(3-4): 79-92. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., MOLNAR, R.E., & SCANLON, J.D., 1993. An early Eocene crocodilian from Murgon, southeastern Queensland. Kaupia: DarmstŠdter BeitrŠge zur Naturgeschichte 3: 25-32. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., MURRAY, P.F. & MEGIRIAN, D., 1990. Baru darrowi gen. et sp. nov., a large, broad-snouted crocodyline (Eusuchia: Crocodylidae) from mid-Tertiary freshwater limestones in Northern Australia. Mem. Qd Mus. 29: 521-540. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., ROBINSON, J. & KEMP, A., 1995. Computerised tomographic scans of an Eocene crocodile skull from southeast Queensland. Mem. Ass. Australias. Palaeontols 18: 203-208. 

Holt, T. R., Salisbury, S. W. & Willis, P. M. A. 2005. A new species of mekosuchine crocodilian from the Middle Palaeogene Rundle Formation, central Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 50 (2), 212-222.

LIEBIG, K., FREY, E., THEOBALD, G. & WILLIS P.M.A., 1996. Taphonomy of crocodilians from the Eocene Lake Messel (Darmstadt, Germany) with implications for the sedimentary environments. N. Jb. Geol. PalŠont. Abh. 199(2): 269-293. 

MEGIRIAN, D., MURRAY, P.F. & WILLIS, P.M.A., 1991. A new crocodile of the gavial ecomorph morphology from the Miocene of northern Australia. The Beagle, Rec. Northern Territory Mus. Arts Sci. 8(1): 135-158. 

MOLNAR, R.E., & WILLIS, P.M.A., 1996. A neosuchian crocodile from the Queensland Cretaceous. Fifty-sixth annual meeting , Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York: 54A (Abstract). 

SALISBURY, S. W., MOLNAR, R. E., FREY, E. & WILLIS, P. M. A. 2006. The origin of modern crocodyliforms: new evidence from the Cretaceous of Australia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 2006

SALISBURY, S. W., MOLNAR, R. E. and WILLIS, P. M. A. 1995. Fossil gavial from the Pleistocene of Darling Downs, southeastern Queensland. Wellington Caves Quaternary Symposium, Wellington, NSW. Abstracts.

SALISBURY, S.W. & WILLIS, P.M.A., 1996. A new crocodylian from the early Eocene of southeastern Queensland and a preliminary investigation into the phylogenetic relationships of crocodyloids. Alcheringa 20: 179-226. 

SALISBURY, S. W., WILLIS, P. M. A. and SANDER, P. M. 1996. A new goniopholidid crocodylomorph from the Early Cretaceous of northwestern Germany. 44th Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy, University College, London, September 1996.

SALISBURY, S. W., WILLIS, P. M. A., SCANLON, J. D. and MACKNESS, B. 1995. Plio-Pleistocene gigantism in Quinkana (Crocodyloidea; Mekosuchinae).Wellington Caves Quaternary Symposium, Wellington, NSW. Abstracts.

SALISBURY, S.W., WILLIS, P.M.A., PEITZ, S. & SANDER, P.M.,1999. The crocodilian Goniopholis simus from the lower Cretaceous of north-western Germany. Special Papers in Paleontology No. 60, 1999: 121-148. 

 

Thesis

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1995. The Phylogenetic Systematics of Australian Crocodilians. PhD Thesis. University of New South Wales. 

 

Reports

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1993. Vertebrate (tetrapod) palaeontological sites in New South Wales. National Parks Association, New South Wales. 222pages.

 

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1996. Fossil fish sites in New South Wales. Australian Heritage Commission/ NSW Heritage Department. 75 pages. 

WILLIS, P.M.A., 1996. Management of vertebrate palaeontological sites in New South Wales. Australian Heritage Commission/ NSW Heritage Department. 180 pages.

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