7. Crumpton N, Kardjilov N, Asher RA (2015) Convergence vs. specialization in the ear region of moles (mammalia). JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY 276(8)900-914 

6. Gill PG, Purnell MA, Crumpton N, Robson-Brown K, Gostling NJ, Stampanoni M, Rayfield EJ (2014) Dietary specializations and diversity in feeding ecology of the earliest stem mammals. NATURE 512(7514)303-305 

5. Benoit J, Crumpton N, Mérigeaud S, Tabuce R (2014) Petrosal and bony labyrinth morphology supports paraphyly of Elephantulus within Macroscelididae (Mammalia, Afrotheria). JOURNAL OF MAMMALIAN EVOLUTION 21(2)173-193

4. Purnell MA, Crumpton N, Gill PG, Jones G, Rayfield EJ (2013) Within-guild dietary discrimination from 3-D textural analysis of tooth microwear in insectivorous mammals. JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY 291(4)249-257

3. Crumpton N, Thompson RS (2013) The holes of moles: osteological correlates of the trigeminal nerve in Talpidae. JOURNAL OF MAMMALIAN EVOLUTION 20(3)213-225

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