Publications are only shown when one or more author was an active member of the Oxford Animal Flight Group.

Therefore this list will may not represent the entire publication record for each author.

Page, J.W., & Walker S.M. (2016).  Reassessing the Gear Change Mechanism in Dipteran Flight. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology
Banar, P., Davranoglou L.R., & Chlond D. (2016).  A New species of Henicocephaloides from Eastern Madagascar (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae). Entomologica Americana 122(1-2), 
Davranoglou, L.R. (2016).  Redeicephala taylori, a new genus and species of Reduviidae from New Guinea, with notes on a few morphological features of the Tribelocephalinae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 56(1), 50.
Hofhuis, H., Moulton D., Lessinnes T., Routier-Kierzkowska A-L., Bomphrey R.J., Mosca G., Reinhardt H., Sarchet P., Gan X., Tsiantis M., et al. (2016).  Morphomechanical Innovation Drives Explosive Seed Dispersal. Cell 166, 1-12.
Page, J.W., & Walker S.M. (2015).  The Gear Change Mechanism of Dipteran Flight. Society for Experimental Biology
Davranoglou, L.R. (2015).  A Description of the Previously Unknown Female of Symploce digitifera (Blattodea: Ectobiidae: Blatellinae). African Invertebrates 56(3), 
Taylor, G. K., & Thomas A. L. R. (2014).  Evolutionary Biomechanics: Selection, Phylogeny, and Constraint.
Reynolds, K.V., Thomas A.L.R., & Taylor G.K. (2014).  Wing tucks are a response to atmospheric turbulence in the steppe eagle Aquila nipalensis. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 11(101), 20140645.
Boyde, A., McCorkell F.A., Taylor G.K., Bomphrey R.J., & Doube M. (2014).  Iodine vapor staining for atomic number contrast in backscattered electron and X-ray imaging. Microsc. Res. Tech. doi: 10.1002/jemt.22435,
Guilford, T., & Taylor G.K. (2014).  The sun compass revisited. Anim. Behav. 97, 135-143.
Walker, S.M., Schwyn D.A., Mokso R., Wicklein M., Müller T., Doube M., Stampanoni M., Krapp H.G., & Taylor G.K. (2014).  In vivo time-resolved microtomography reveals the mechanics of the blowfly flight motor. PLoS Biol. 12(3), e1001823.
Windsor, S P., Bomphrey R. J., & Taylor G. K. (2014).  Vision-based flight control in the hawkmoth Hyles lineata. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 11, 20130921.
Taylor, G. K. (2013).  Wings and flight. (Simpson, S. J., & Douglas A. E., Ed.).The Insects: Structure and Function, R. F. Chapman 193-230.
Taylor, G. K. (2013).  Legs and Locomotion. (Simpson, S. J., & Douglas A. E., Ed.).The Insects: Structure and Function, R. F. Chapman 157-189.
Taylor, G. K. (2013).  Thorax. (Simpson, S. J., & Douglas A. E., Ed.).The Insects: Structure and Function, R. F. Chapman 149-155.
Mokso, R., Marone F., Irvine S., Nyvlt M., Schwyn D., Mader K., Taylor G. K., Krapp H. G., Skeren M., & Stampanoni M. (2013).  Advantages of phase retrieval for fast x-ray tomographic microscopy. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 46, 494004.
Taylor, G. K., Carruthers A. C., Hubel T. J., & Walker S. M. (2012).  Wing morphing in insects, birds and bats: mechanism and function. (Valasek, J., Ed.).Morphing Aerospace Vehicles and Structures 11-40.
Krapp, H. G., Taylor G. K., & Humbert J. S. (2012).  The mode-sensing hypothesis: matching sensors, actuators and flight dynamics. (Barth, F. G., Srinivasan M. V., & Humphrey J. A. C., Ed.).Frontiers in Sensing: From Biology to Engineering 101-114.
Walker, S. M., Thomas A. L. R., & Taylor G. K. (2012).  Operation of the alula as an indicator of gear change in hoverflies. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 9, 1194-1207.
Gillies, J. A., Thomas A. L. R., & Taylor G. K. (2011).  Soaring and manoeuvring flight of a steppe eagle Aquila nipalensis. J. Avian Biol. 42, 377-386.

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