Research papers

[07] Montefeltro FC, Lautenschlager S, Godoy PL, Ferreira GS, Butler RJ. (submitted). A unique predator in a unique ecosystem: modelling the apex predator from the Late Cretaceous crocodyliform-dominated fauna in Brazil. [Preprint]

[06] Godoy PL. (2019). Crocodylomorph cranial shape evolution and its relationship with body size and ecology. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 33, 4–21. [Preprint] [PDF]

[05] Godoy PL, Benson RBJ, Bronzati M, Butler RJ. (2019). The multi-peak adaptive landscape of crocodylomorph body size evolution. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 19, 167. [Preprint] [PDF]

[04] Mannion PD, Chiarenza AA, Godoy PL, Cheah YN. (2019). Spatiotemporal sampling patterns in the 230 million year fossil record of terrestrial crocodylomorphs and their impact on diversity. Palaeontology, 62, 615–637. [PDF]

[03] Godoy PL, Ferreira GS, Montefeltro FC, Vila Nova BC, Butler RJ, Langer MC. (2018). Evidence for heterochrony in the cranial evolution of fossil crocodyliforms. Palaeontology, 61, 543–558. [PDF] [Coverage]

[02] Godoy PL* , Bronzati M* , Eltink E, Marsola JCA, Cidade GM, Langer MC, Montefeltro FC. (2016). Postcranial anatomy of Pissarrachampsa sera (Crocodyliformes, Baurusuchidae) from the Late Cretaceous of Brazil: insights on lifestyle and phylogenetic significance. PeerJ, 4, e2075. (*Joint lead authors). [PDF] [Coverage]

[01] Godoy PL, Montefeltro FC, Norell MA, Langer MC. (2014). An additional baurusuchid from the Cretaceous of Brazil with evidence of interspecific predation among Crocodyliformes. PLoS ONE, 9, e97138. [PDF] [Coverage]

Science Communication and Outreach

[03] Godoy PL. (2019) Climate change created today’s large crocodiles. The Conversation.

[02] Benson RBJ, Godoy PL. (2019). Evolution: much on the menu for ancient crocs. Current Biology, 29, PR683–R685. [PDF]

[01] Godoy PL, Ferreira GS, Dassie ECG, Corrêa ACM, Hsiou AS. (2017). Continuing education on Paleontology: the experience with the project “Workshop on Paleontology: fossils inside the classroom”. Revista de Cultura e Extensão USP, 17, 11–19. [PDF]