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Fossil sea catfish (Siluriformes; Ariidae) otoliths and in-skull otoliths from the Neogene of the Western Central AtlanticAguilera, OrangelLopes, Ricardo T.Rodriguez, Felixdos Santos, Thaís M.Rodrigues-Almeida, CarolineAlmeida, PauloMachado, Alessandra S.Moretti, Tailan2020DOI: info:10.1016/j.jsames.2020.102619Journal of South American Earth Sciencesv. 1011026191026190895-9811
Aguilera, Orangel, Lopes, Ricardo T., Rodriguez, Felix, dos Santos, Thaís M., Rodrigues-Almeida, Caroline, Almeida, Paulo, Machado, Alessandra S., and Moretti, Tailan. 2020. "Fossil sea catfish (Siluriformes; Ariidae) otoliths and in-skull otoliths from the Neogene of the Western Central Atlantic." Journal of South American Earth Sciences 101:102619. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsames.2020.102619
ID: 155492
Type: article
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel; Lopes, Ricardo T.; Rodriguez, Felix; dos Santos, Thaís M.; Rodrigues-Almeida, Caroline; Almeida, Paulo; Machado, Alessandra S.; Moretti, Tailan
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: The examined Ariidae marine catfish from the Neogene of tropical America consisted of isolated skulls, otoliths and bone fragments, some of which were described independently as otolith-based species or skull-based species. We used three-dimensional digital rendering (microCT) of skull and otolith reconstructions to recognize anatomical patterns including skull-otolith morphology, spatial allocations of otoliths in the endocranium for taxonomic identifications. We recognized isolated Proto-Caribbean otoliths of Cathorops sp. from the late early Miocene to early Pliocene formations and isolated otoliths of †Aspistor verumquadriscutis, †Bagre urumacoensis and Notarius sp. from the late Miocene. We explored the endocrania of four fossil Ariidae skulls from the late Oligocene to late early Miocene Proto-Caribbean to determine their internal otolith-cranial morphology, and we identified and described the skulls of †Bagre protocaribbeanus and †Cantarius nolfi and erected the new species of †Bagre castilloensi n. sp. and †Bagre ornatus n. sp. based on the internal otolith-skull association. The first fossil record of Bagre marinus from the early Pliocene Cubagua Formation to the late Pliocene San Gregorio Formation completed the ariid geochronological sequence. We discuss the differential stages of fossil preservation of bioapatite skulls and aragonite otoliths according to the diagenetic processes as well as the paleoenvironmental conditions in the sedimentary basins. Detailed microCT, 3D reconstructions, X-rays, dry prepared skeletons and digital photos of otolith and skull are shown to elucidate the in-skull otoliths species descriptions.
Palaeontological framework from Pirabas Formation (North Brazil) used as potential model for equatorial carbonate platform - ScienceDirectAguilera, OrangelOliveira de Araújo, Olga M.Hendy, AustinNogueira, Anna A. E.Nogueira, Afonso C. R.Wagner Maurity, ClovisTavares Kutter, ViniciusAlves Martins, Maria VirginiaColetti, GiovanniBorba Dias, BrunaSilva-Caminha, SilaneJaramillo, CarlosBencomo, KarenLopes, Ricardo Tadeu2020DOI: info:10.1016/j.marmicro.2019.101813Marine Micropaleontologyv. 1541231–230377-8398
Aguilera, Orangel, Oliveira de Araújo, Olga M., Hendy, Austin, Nogueira, Anna A. E., Nogueira, Afonso C. R., Wagner Maurity, Clovis, Tavares Kutter, Vinicius, Alves Martins, Maria Virginia, Coletti, Giovanni, Borba Dias, Bruna, Silva-Caminha, Silane, Jaramillo, Carlos, Bencomo, Karen, and Lopes, Ricardo Tadeu. 2020. "Palaeontological framework from Pirabas Formation (North Brazil) used as potential model for equatorial carbonate platform - ScienceDirect." Marine Micropaleontology 154:1–23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marmicro.2019.101813
ID: 154319
Type: article
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel; Oliveira de Araújo, Olga M.; Hendy, Austin; Nogueira, Anna A. E.; Nogueira, Afonso C. R.; Wagner Maurity, Clovis; Tavares Kutter, Vinicius; Alves Martins, Maria Virginia; Coletti, Giovanni; Borba Dias, Bruna; Silva-Caminha, Silane; Jaramillo, Carlos; Bencomo, Karen; Lopes, Ricardo Tadeu
Keywords: STRI
Neogene Caribbean elasmobranchs: diversity, paleoecology and paleoenvironmental significance of the Cocinetas Basin assemblage (Guajira Peninsula, Colombia)Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge DomingoLuz, ZoneibeHendy, AustinKocsis, LászlóAguilera, OrangelVennemann, Torsten2019DOI: info:10.5194/bg-16-33-2019Biogeosciencesv. 16No. 1335633–561726-4170
Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge Domingo, Luz, Zoneibe, Hendy, Austin, Kocsis, László, Aguilera, Orangel, and Vennemann, Torsten. 2019. "Neogene Caribbean elasmobranchs: diversity, paleoecology and paleoenvironmental significance of the Cocinetas Basin assemblage (Guajira Peninsula, Colombia)." Biogeosciences 16 (1):33–56. https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-16-33-2019
ID: 150008
Type: article
Authors: Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge Domingo; Luz, Zoneibe; Hendy, Austin; Kocsis, László; Aguilera, Orangel; Vennemann, Torsten
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: Abstract. The Cocinetas Basin is located on the eastern flank of the Guajira Peninsula, northern Colombia (southern Caribbean). During the late Oligocene through the Pliocene, much of the basin was submerged. The extensive deposits in this area suggest a transition from a shallow marine to a fluvio-deltaic system, with a rich record of invertebrate and vertebrate fauna. The elasmobranch assemblages of the early Miocene to the late Pliocene succession in the Cocinetas Basin (Jimol, Castilletes and Ware formations, as well as the Patsúa Valley) are described for the first time. The assemblages include at least 30 taxa of sharks (Squaliformes, Pristiophoriformes, Orectolobiformes, Lamniformes and Carcharhiniformes) and batoids (Rhinopristiformes and Myliobatiformes), of which 24 taxa are reported from the Colombian Neogene for the first time. Paleoecological interpretations are based on the feeding ecology and on estimates of the paleohydrology (relative salinity, temperature) using stable isotope compositions of oxygen in the bioapatite of shark teeth. The isotopic composition of the studied specimens corroborates paleoenvironmental settings for the studied units that were previously estimated based on the sedimentology and biology of the taxa. These Neogene elasmobranch assemblages from the Cocinetas Basin provide new insights into the diversity the sharks and rays inhabiting the coastal and estuarine environments of the northwestern margin of South America, both during the existence of the gateway between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and following its closure.
First Neogene Proto-Caribbean pufferfish: new evidence for Tetraodontidae radiationAguilera, OrangelRodriguez, FelixMoretti, TailanBello, MariannaLopes, Ricardo T.Machado, Alessandra S.dos Santos, Thaís M.Béarez, Philippe2018DOI: info:10.1016/j.jsames.2018.04.017Journal of South American Earth Sciencesv. 85576757–670895-9811
Aguilera, Orangel, Rodriguez, Felix, Moretti, Tailan, Bello, Marianna, Lopes, Ricardo T., Machado, Alessandra S., dos Santos, Thaís M., and Béarez, Philippe. 2018. "First Neogene Proto-Caribbean pufferfish: new evidence for Tetraodontidae radiation." Journal of South American Earth Sciences 85:57–67. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsames.2018.04.017
ID: 146297
Type: article
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel; Rodriguez, Felix; Moretti, Tailan; Bello, Marianna; Lopes, Ricardo T.; Machado, Alessandra S.; dos Santos, Thaís M.; Béarez, Philippe
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: This study reports a three-dimensional fossil skull of a Tetraodontidae that dates to the middle Miocene (Serravallian), which was recovered from a rock matrix from the Valiente Peninsula Formation in the Bocas del Toro Archipelago, Caribbean coast of Panama. The new species, +Lagocephalus striatus n. sp., is the first fossil species of Tetraodontidae described from the Proto-Caribbean/Central Western Atlantic. We used high-resolution micro-CT scans of fossil and extant species to identify morphological characters on the skull, including the neurocranium, oromandibular and opercular bones, hyoid arch, and pectoral girdle. Specimens of both extant and extinct species of similar size were compared for accurate identification. We assess the paleogeographic distribution of the pufferfish group in the Neogene of Tropical America after the complete formation of the Isthmus of Panama.
Neogene Proto-Caribbean porcupinefishes (Diodontidae)Aguilera, OrangelSilva, Guilherme Oliveira AndradeLopes, Ricardo TadeuMachado, Alessandra Silveirados Santos, Thaís MariaMarques, GabrielaBertucci, ThayseAguiar, ThayanneCarrillo-Briceño, JorgeRodriguez, FelixJaramillo, Carlos2017DOI: info:10.1371/journal.pone.0181670PLOS ONEv. 12No. 71932-6203
Aguilera, Orangel, Silva, Guilherme Oliveira Andrade, Lopes, Ricardo Tadeu, Machado, Alessandra Silveira, dos Santos, Thaís Maria, Marques, Gabriela, Bertucci, Thayse, Aguiar, Thayanne, Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge, Rodriguez, Felix, and Jaramillo, Carlos. 2017. "Neogene Proto-Caribbean porcupinefishes (Diodontidae)." PLOS ONE 12 (7):https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0181670
ID: 143454
Type: article
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel; Silva, Guilherme Oliveira Andrade; Lopes, Ricardo Tadeu; Machado, Alessandra Silveira; dos Santos, Thaís Maria; Marques, Gabriela; Bertucci, Thayse; Aguiar, Thayanne; Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge; Rodriguez, Felix; Jaramillo, Carlos
Keywords: STRI; fellow
An Early Neogene Elasmobranch fauna from the southern Caribbean (Western Venezuela)Carrillo-Briceno, JorgeAguilera, Orangel A.De Gracia, CarlosAguirre-Fernandez, GabrielKindlimann, ReneSanchez-Villagra, Marcelo2016DOI: info:10.26879/664Paleontologica Electronicav. 19No. 21321–321935-3952
Carrillo-Briceno, Jorge, Aguilera, Orangel A., De Gracia, Carlos, Aguirre-Fernandez, Gabriel, Kindlimann, Rene, and Sanchez-Villagra, Marcelo. 2016. "An Early Neogene Elasmobranch fauna from the southern Caribbean (Western Venezuela)." Paleontologica Electronica 19 (2):1–32. https://doi.org/10.26879/664
ID: 140274
Type: article
Authors: Carrillo-Briceno, Jorge; Aguilera, Orangel A.; De Gracia, Carlos; Aguirre-Fernandez, Gabriel; Kindlimann, Rene; Sanchez-Villagra, Marcelo
Keywords: STRI; fellow
Formation of the Isthmus of PanamaO'Dea, AaronLessios, Harilaos A.Coates, Anthony G.Eytan, Ron I.Restrepo-Moreno, SergioCione, Alberto L.Collins, Laurel S.de Queiroz, AlanFarris, David W.Norris, Richard D.Stallard, Robert F.Woodburne, Michael O.Aguilera, OrangelAubry, Marie-PierreBerggren, William A.Budd, Ann F.Cozzuol, Mario A.Coppard, Simon E.Duque-Caro, HermanFinnegan, SethGasparini, German M.Grossman, Ethan L.Johnson, Kenneth G.Keigwin, Lloyd D.Knowlton, NancyLeigh, Egbert Giles, Jr.Leonard-Pingel, JillMarko, Peter B.Pyenson, Nicholas D.Rachello-Dolmen, PaolaSoibelzon, EstebanSoibelzon, LeopoldoTodd, Jonathan A.Vermeij, Geerat J.Jackson, Jeremy B. C.2016DOI: info:10.1126/sciadv.1600883Science Advancesv. 2No. 82375-2548
O'Dea, Aaron, Lessios, Harilaos A., Coates, Anthony G., Eytan, Ron I., Restrepo-Moreno, Sergio, Cione, Alberto L., Collins, Laurel S., de Queiroz, Alan, Farris, David W., Norris, Richard D., Stallard, Robert F., Woodburne, Michael O., Aguilera, Orangel, Aubry, Marie-Pierre, Berggren, William A., Budd, Ann F., Cozzuol, Mario A., Coppard, Simon E., Duque-Caro, Herman, Finnegan, Seth, Gasparini, German M., Grossman, Ethan L., Johnson, Kenneth G., Keigwin, Lloyd D., Knowlton, Nancy et al. 2016. "Formation of the Isthmus of Panama." Science Advances 2 (8):https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.1600883
ID: 140180
Type: article
Authors: O'Dea, Aaron; Lessios, Harilaos A.; Coates, Anthony G.; Eytan, Ron I.; Restrepo-Moreno, Sergio; Cione, Alberto L.; Collins, Laurel S.; de Queiroz, Alan; Farris, David W.; Norris, Richard D.; Stallard, Robert F.; Woodburne, Michael O.; Aguilera, Orangel; Aubry, Marie-Pierre; Berggren, William A.; Budd, Ann F.; Cozzuol, Mario A.; Coppard, Simon E.; Duque-Caro, Herman; Finnegan, Seth; Gasparini, German M.; Grossman, Ethan L.; Johnson, Kenneth G.; Keigwin, Lloyd D.; Knowlton, Nancy; Leigh, Egbert Giles, Jr.; Leonard-Pingel, Jill; Marko, Peter B.; Pyenson, Nicholas D.; Rachello-Dolmen, Paola; Soibelzon, Esteban; Soibelzon, Leopoldo; Todd, Jonathan A.; Vermeij, Geerat J.; Jackson, Jeremy B. C.
Keywords: NH-Invertebrate Zoology; NH-Paleobiology; NMNH; STRI
A New Late Miocene Chondrichthyan Assemblage from the Chagres Formation, PanamaCarrillo-Briceño, Jorge D.De Gracia, CarlosPimiento, CatalinaAguilera, Orangel A.Kindlimann, RenéSantamarina, PatricioJaramillo, Carlos A.2015DOI: info:10.1016/j.jsames.2015.02.001Journal of South American Earth Sciencesv. 60567056–700895-9811
Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge D., De Gracia, Carlos, Pimiento, Catalina, Aguilera, Orangel A., Kindlimann, René, Santamarina, Patricio, and Jaramillo, Carlos A. 2015. "A New Late Miocene Chondrichthyan Assemblage from the Chagres Formation, Panama." Journal of South American Earth Sciences 60:56–70. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsames.2015.02.001
ID: 135237
Type: article
Authors: Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge D.; De Gracia, Carlos; Pimiento, Catalina; Aguilera, Orangel A.; Kindlimann, René; Santamarina, Patricio; Jaramillo, Carlos A.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: The late Miocene Chagres Formation from northern Panama contains the youngest outcrops of the Panama Canal Basin. Here we report two chondrichthyan assemblages that include 30 taxa from both the Rio Indio and Chagres Sandstone Members of the Chagres Formation. We report 18 new fossil records for Panama and four for tropical America, constituting the most diverse chondrichthyan association for the Cenozoic of Panama. We performed a paleobathymetry analysis based on the modern water depth preference of extant chondrichthyan taxa. The assemblage from the Rio Indio Member is characterized by taxa with neritic affinities, suggesting depths <100 m, whereas the assemblage from the Chagres Sandstone Member is dominated by taxa with oceanic affinities, suggesting 200-300 m water depths. The Chagres Sandstone Member could have accumulated at the edge of a platform–upper slope, bordered by a deep oceanic margin.
Before the Flood: miocene otoliths from eastern Amazon Pirabas formation reveal a Caribbean-type fish faunaAguilera, Orangel A.Schwarzhans, WernerMoraes-Santos, HeloisaNepomuceno, Aguinaldo2014DOI: info:10.1016/j.jsames.2014.09.021Journal of South American Earth Sciencesv. 56422446422–4460895-9811
Aguilera, Orangel A., Schwarzhans, Werner, Moraes-Santos, Heloisa, and Nepomuceno, Aguinaldo. 2014. "Before the Flood: miocene otoliths from eastern Amazon Pirabas formation reveal a Caribbean-type fish fauna." Journal of South American Earth Sciences 56:422–446. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsames.2014.09.021
ID: 128769
Type: article
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel A.; Schwarzhans, Werner; Moraes-Santos, Heloisa; Nepomuceno, Aguinaldo
Keywords: STRI; fellow
Fossil Chondrichthyes from the Central Eastern Pacific Ocean and their Paleoceanographic SignificanceCarrillo-Briceño, Jorge D.Aguilera, Orangel A.Rodriguez, Félix2014DOI: info:10.1016/j.jsames.2014.01.001Journal of South American Earth Sciencesv. 51769076–900895-9811
Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge D., Aguilera, Orangel A., and Rodriguez, Félix. 2014. "Fossil Chondrichthyes from the Central Eastern Pacific Ocean and their Paleoceanographic Significance." Journal of South American Earth Sciences 51:76–90. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsames.2014.01.001
ID: 118326
Type: article
Authors: Carrillo-Briceño, Jorge D.; Aguilera, Orangel A.; Rodriguez, Félix
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: The study of the chondrichthyan fauna from the Angostura, Onzole, Canoa and Jama formations, in the Neogene of Bordón and Manabí basins, Ecuador, reveals the presence of 30 taxa, including the deep water shark +Chlamydoselachus landinii sp. nov. The assemblages are dominated by tropical shallow and deep water chondrichthyans, suggesting paleoenvironments associated with a short platform shelf bordering a deep margin. These assemblages are the most diverse shark and ray association known from the Tropical Central Eastern Pacific Ocean in the South American coastal basin, and provide new information on the paleoecology and paleodiversity of Neogene chondrichthyans.
Ariid sea catfishes from the coeval Pirabas (Northeastern Brazil), Cantaure, Castillo (Northwestern Venezuela) and Castilletes (North Colómbia) formations (Early Miocene), with description of three new speciesAguilera, Orangel A.Moraes-Santos, HeloisaCosta, SueOhe, FumioJaramillo, Carlos A.Nogueira, Afonso2013DOI: info:10.1007/s13358-013-0052-4Swiss Journal of Palaeontologyv. 132No. 1456845–681664-2376
Aguilera, Orangel A., Moraes-Santos, Heloisa, Costa, Sue, Ohe, Fumio, Jaramillo, Carlos A., and Nogueira, Afonso. 2013. "Ariid sea catfishes from the coeval Pirabas (Northeastern Brazil), Cantaure, Castillo (Northwestern Venezuela) and Castilletes (North Colómbia) formations (Early Miocene), with description of three new species." Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 132 (1):45–68. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13358-013-0052-4
ID: 116559
Type: article
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel A.; Moraes-Santos, Heloisa; Costa, Sue; Ohe, Fumio; Jaramillo, Carlos A.; Nogueira, Afonso
Keywords: STRI
Palaeontological evidence for the last temporal occurrence of the Ancient Western Amazonian river outflow in the caribbeanAguilera, OrangelLundberg, JohnBirindelli, JoseSabaj Perez, MarkJaramillo, Carlos A.Sanchez-Villagra, Marcelo2013DOI: info:10.1371/journal.pone.0076202Plos onev. 8No. 91171–171932-6203
Aguilera, Orangel, Lundberg, John, Birindelli, Jose, Sabaj Perez, Mark, Jaramillo, Carlos A., and Sanchez-Villagra, Marcelo. 2013. "Palaeontological evidence for the last temporal occurrence of the Ancient Western Amazonian river outflow in the caribbean." Plos one 8 (9):1–17. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0076202
ID: 136128
Type: article
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel; Lundberg, John; Birindelli, Jose; Sabaj Perez, Mark; Jaramillo, Carlos A.; Sanchez-Villagra, Marcelo
Keywords: STRI; fellow
Latin America Echinoderm Biodiversity and Biogeography: Patterns and AffinitiesPérez-Ruzafa, A.Alvarado, J. J.Solís-Marín, F. A.Hernández, J. C.Morata, A.Marcos, C.Abreu-Pérez, M.Aguilera, Orangel A.Alió, J.Bacallado-Aránega, J. J.Barraza, E.Benavides-Serrato, M.Benítez-Villalobos, F.Betancourt-Fernández, L.Borges, M.Brandt, M.Brogger, M. I.Borrero-Pérez, G. H.Buitrón-Sánchez, B. E.Campos, L. S.Cantera, J. R.Clemente, S.Cohen-Renfijo, M.Coppard, S. E.Costa-Lotufo, L.del Valle-García, R.Díaz, de VivarDíaz-Martínez, J. P.Díaz, Y.Durán-González, A.Epherra, L.Escolar, M.Francisco, V.Freire, C. A.García-Arrarás, J. E.Gil, D. G.Guarderas, P.Hadel, V. F.Hearn, A.Hernández-Delgado, E. A.Herrera-Moreno, A.Herrero-Pérezrul, M. D.Hooker, Y.Honey-Escandón, M. B. I.Lodeiros, C.Luzuriaga, M.Manso, C. L. C.Martín, A.Martínez, M. I.Martínez, S.Moro-Abad, L.Mutschke, E.Navarro, J. C.Neira, R.Noriega, N.Palleiro-Nayar, J.Pérez, A. F.Prieto-Ríos, E.Reyes, J.Rodríguez-Barreras, R.Rubilar, T.Sancho-Mejías, T. I.Sangil, C.Silva, J. R. M. C.Sonnenholzner, J. I.Ventura, C. R. R.Tablado, A.Tavares, Y.Tiago, C. G.Tuya, F.Williams, S. M.Alvarado, Juan JoséSolis-Marin, Francisco Alonso2013511542Berlin, HeidelbergSpringer511–542978-3-642-20050-2
Pérez-Ruzafa, A., Alvarado, J. J., Solís-Marín, F. A., Hernández, J. C., Morata, A., Marcos, C., Abreu-Pérez, M., Aguilera, Orangel A., Alió, J., Bacallado-Aránega, J. J., Barraza, E., Benavides-Serrato, M., Benítez-Villalobos, F., Betancourt-Fernández, L., Borges, M., Brandt, M., Brogger, M. I., Borrero-Pérez, G. H., Buitrón-Sánchez, B. E., Campos, L. S., Cantera, J. R., Clemente, S., Cohen-Renfijo, M., Coppard, S. E., Costa-Lotufo, L. et al. 2013. "Latin America Echinoderm Biodiversity and Biogeography: Patterns and Affinities." in Echinoderm Research and Diversity in Latin America, edited by Alvarado, Juan José and Solis-Marin, Francisco Alonso., 511–542. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.
ID: 112751
Type: chapter
Authors: Pérez-Ruzafa, A.; Alvarado, J. J.; Solís-Marín, F. A.; Hernández, J. C.; Morata, A.; Marcos, C.; Abreu-Pérez, M.; Aguilera, Orangel A.; Alió, J.; Bacallado-Aránega, J. J.; Barraza, E.; Benavides-Serrato, M.; Benítez-Villalobos, F.; Betancourt-Fernández, L.; Borges, M.; Brandt, M.; Brogger, M. I.; Borrero-Pérez, G. H.; Buitrón-Sánchez, B. E.; Campos, L. S.; Cantera, J. R.; Clemente, S.; Cohen-Renfijo, M.; Coppard, S. E.; Costa-Lotufo, L.; del Valle-García, R.; Díaz, de Vivar; Díaz-Martínez, J. P.; Díaz, Y.; Durán-González, A.; Epherra, L.; Escolar, M.; Francisco, V.; Freire, C. A.; García-Arrarás, J. E.; Gil, D. G.; Guarderas, P.; Hadel, V. F.; Hearn, A.; Hernández-Delgado, E. A.; Herrera-Moreno, A.; Herrero-Pérezrul, M. D.; Hooker, Y.; Honey-Escandón, M. B. I.; Lodeiros, C.; Luzuriaga, M.; Manso, C. L. C.; Martín, A.; Martínez, M. I.; Martínez, S.; Moro-Abad, L.; Mutschke, E.; Navarro, J. C.; Neira, R.; Noriega, N.; Palleiro-Nayar, J.; Pérez, A. F.; Prieto-Ríos, E.; Reyes, J.; Rodríguez-Barreras, R.; Rubilar, T.; Sancho-Mejías, T. I.; Sangil, C.; Silva, J. R. M. C.; Sonnenholzner, J. I.; Ventura, C. R. R.; Tablado, A.; Tavares, Y.; Tiago, C. G.; Tuya, F.; Williams, S. M.
Keywords: STRI
Los peces: Diversidad en el paleo-Caribe y en el paleo-OrinocoAguilera, Orangel A.Sanchez-Villagra, Marcel R.2012211225ZurichUniversitat Zurich211–225978-3-033-03606-2
Aguilera, Orangel A. 2012. "Los peces: Diversidad en el paleo-Caribe y en el paleo-Orinoco." in Venezuela paleontológica: Evolución de la biodiversidad en el pasado geológico, edited by Sanchez-Villagra, Marcel R., 211–225. Zurich: Universitat Zurich.
ID: 115854
Type: chapter
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel A.
Keywords: STRI; research associate
The Anatomy of the World’s Largest Extinct RodentSanchez-Villagra, Marcelo R.Aguilera, Orangel A.Horovitz, Inés2003ScienceNo. 5640170817101708–17100036-8075
Sanchez-Villagra, Marcelo R., Aguilera, Orangel A., and Horovitz, Inés. 2003. "The Anatomy of the World’s Largest Extinct Rodent." Science (5640): 1708–1710.
ID: 51515
Type: article
Authors: Sanchez-Villagra, Marcelo R.; Aguilera, Orangel A.; Horovitz, Inés
Keywords: STRI
An Exceptional Coastal Upwelling Fish Assemblage in the Caribbean NeogeneAguilera, Orangel A.Rodriguez de Aguilera, Dione2001Journal of PaleontologyNo. 3732742732–7420022-3360
Aguilera, Orangel A. and Rodriguez de Aguilera, Dione. 2001. "An Exceptional Coastal Upwelling Fish Assemblage in the Caribbean Neogene." Journal of Paleontology (3): 732–742.
ID: 50723
Type: article
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel A.; Rodriguez de Aguilera, Dione
Keywords: STRI
Bathymetric Distribution of Miocene to Pleistocene Caribbean Teleostean Fishes From the Coast of Panamá and Costa RicaAguilera, Orangel A.Rodrigues de Aguilera, DioneCollins, Laurel S.Coates, Anthony G.1999251Allen Press251
Aguilera, Orangel A. and Rodrigues de Aguilera, Dione. 1999. "Bathymetric Distribution of Miocene to Pleistocene Caribbean Teleostean Fishes From the Coast of Panamá and Costa Rica." in A Paleobiotic Survey of Caribbean Faunas From the Neogene of the Isthmus of Panama, edited by Collins, Laurel S. and Coates, Anthony G., 251. Allen Press.
ID: 49906
Type: chapter
Authors: Aguilera, Orangel A.; Rodrigues de Aguilera, Dione
Keywords: stri
A Paleoenvironmental Analysis of the Neogene of Caribbean Panamá and Costa Rica Using Several PhylaCollins, Laurel S.Aguilera, Orangel A.Borne, Pamela F.Cairns, Stephen D.Collins, Laurel S.Coates, Anthony G.199981Allen Press81
Collins, Laurel S., Aguilera, Orangel A., Borne, Pamela F., and Cairns, Stephen D. 1999. "A Paleoenvironmental Analysis of the Neogene of Caribbean Panamá and Costa Rica Using Several Phyla." in A Paleobiotic Survey of Caribbean Faunas From the Neogene of the Isthmus of Panama, edited by Collins, Laurel S. and Coates, Anthony G., 81. Allen Press.
ID: 49917
Type: chapter
Authors: Collins, Laurel S.; Aguilera, Orangel A.; Borne, Pamela F.; Cairns, Stephen D.
Keywords: STRI; NH-Invertebrate Zoology; NMNH