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

Taylor, G. K., Triantafyllou M. S., & Tropea C. (2010).  Animal Locomotion: the Physics of Flying; the Hydrodynamics of Swimming.
Taylor, G. K. (2010).  Insect flight control. (Blockley, R., & Shyy W., Ed.).Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering
Taylor, G. K., Holbrook Robert I., & de Perera Theresa Burt (2010).  Fractional rate of change of swim-bladder volume is reliably related to absolute depth during vertical displacements in teleost fish. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 7, 1379-1382.
Carruthers, A. C., Walker S. M., Thomas A. L. R., & Taylor G. K. (2010).  Aerodynamics of aerofoil sections measured on a free-flying bird. Proc. Inst. Mech. Eng. G J. Aero. Eng. 224, 855-864.
Carruthers, A. C., Thomas A. L. R., Walker S. M., & Taylor G. K. (2010).  Mechanics and aerodynamics of perching manoeuvres in a large bird of prey. Aero. J. 114, 673-680.
Walker, S. M., Thomas A. L. R., & Taylor G. K. (2010).  Deformable wing kinematics in free-flying hoverflies. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 7, 131-142.
Bomphrey, R. J., Walker S. M., & Taylor G. K. (2009).  The typical flight performance of blowflies: Measuring the normal performance envelope of Calliphora vicina using a novel corner-cube arena. Plos One 4(11), e7852.
Walker, S. M., Thomas A. L. R., & Taylor G. K. (2009).  Deformable wing kinematics in the desert locust: how and why do camber, twist and topography vary through the stroke?. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 6, 735-747.
Bomphrey, R. J., Taylor G. K., & Thomas A. L. R. (2009).  Smoke visualization of free-flying bumblebees indicates independent leading-edge vortices on each wing pair. Exp. Fluids 46, 811-821.
Walker, S. M., Thomas A. L. R., & Taylor G. K. (2009).  Photogrammetric reconstruction of high-resolution surface topographies and deformable wing kinematics of tethered locusts and free-flying hoverflies. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 6, 351-366.
Young, J., Walker S. M., Bomphrey R. J., Taylor G. K., & Thomas A. L. R. (2009).  Details of insect wing design and deformation enhance aerodynamic function and flight efficiency. Science 325, 1549-1552.
Taylor, G. K. (2008).  Flight control of insects. (Shimozawa, T., Ed.).Insect Mimetics 3, 678-684.
Taylor, G. K., Bacic M., Bomphrey R. J., Carruthers A. C., Gillies J., Walker S. M., & Thomas A. L. R. (2008).  New experimental approaches to the biology of flight control systems. J. Exp. Biol. 211, 258-66.
Taylor, G. K., & Krapp H. G. (2007).  Sensory systems and flight stability: What do insects measure and why?. Adv. Insect Physiol. 34, 231-316.
Taylor, G. K. (2007).  Modelling the effects of unsteady flow phenomena on flapping flight dynamics— stability & control. (Liebe, R., Ed.).Flow Phenomena in Nature: a Challenge to Engineering Design 1, 155-166.
Carruthers, A. C., Thomas A. L. R., & Taylor G. K. (2007).  Automatic aeroelastic devices in the wings of a steppe eagle Aquila nipalensis. J. Exp. Biol. 210, 4136-4149.
Bomphrey, R. J., Lawson N. J., Taylor G. K., & Thomas A. L. R. (2006).  Application of digital particle image velocimetry to insect aerodynamics: measurement of the leading-edge vortex and near wake of a hawkmoth. Exp. Fluids 40, 546-554.
Bomphrey, R. J., Taylor G. K., Lawson N. J., & Thomas A. L. R. (2006).  Digital particle image velocimetry measurements of the downwash distribution of a desert locust Schistocerca gregaria. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 3, 311-7.
Taylor, G. K., & Zbikowski R. (2005).  Nonlinear time-periodic models of the longitudinal flight dynamics of desert locusts Schistocerca gregaria. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 2, 197-221.
Bomphrey, R. J., Lawson N. J., Harding N. J., Taylor G. K., & Thomas A. L. R. (2005).  The aerodynamics of Manduca sexta: digital particle image velocimetry analysis of the leading-edge vortex. J. Exp. Biol. 208, 1079-94.

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