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.

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.
Nudds, R. L., Taylor G. K., & Thomas A. L. R. (2004).  Tuning of Strouhal number for high propulsive efficiency accurately predicts how wingbeat frequency and stroke amplitude relate and scale with size and flight speed in birds. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B. 271, 2071-2076.
Thomas, A. L. R., Taylor G. K., Srygley R. B., Nudds R. L., & Bomphrey R. J. (2004).  Dragonfly flight: free-flight and tethered flow visualizations reveal a diverse array of unsteady lift-generating mechanisms, controlled primarily via angle of attack. J. Exp. Biol. 207, 4299-4323.
Taylor, G. K. (2003).  Dynamic flight stability in the desert locust Schistocerca gregaria. J. Exp. Biol. 206, 2803-2829.
Taylor, G. K., Nudds R. L., & Thomas A. L. R. (2003).  Flying and swimming animals cruise at a Strouhal number tuned for high power efficiency. Nature 425, 707-711.
Taylor, G. K., & Thomas A. L. R. (2002).  Animal flight dynamics II. Longitudinal stability in flapping flight. J. Theor. Biol. 214, 351-370.
Srygley, R. B., & Thomas A. L. R. (2002).  Unconventional lift-generating mechanisms in free-flying butterflies. Nature 420, 660-664.
Srygley, R. B., & Thomas A. L. R. (2001).  Flow visualizations with free-flying butterflies reveal a variety of unconventional lift-generating mechanisms. Am, Zool. 41, 1594-1594.
Taylor, G. K. (2001).  Mechanics and aerodynamics of insect flight control. Biol. Rev. 76, 449-471.
Thomas, A. L. R., & Taylor G. K. (2001).  Animal flight dynamics I. Stability in gliding flight. J. Theor. Biol. 212, 399-424.
Balmford, A., Lewis M. J., Brooke M. D., Thomas A. L. R., & Johnson C. N. (2000).  Experimental analyses of sexual and natural selection on short tails in a polygynous warbler. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B. 267, 1121-1128.
Garner, J. P., Taylor G. K., & Thomas A. L. R. (1999).  On the origins of birds: the sequence of character acquisition in the evolution of avian flight. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B. 266, 1259-1266.
Garner, J. P., & Thomas A. L. R. (1998).  Counting the Fingers of Birds and Dinosaurs. Science 280,
Thomas, A. L. R., & Garner J. P. (1998).  Are birds dinosaurs?. Trends. Ecol. Evol. 13, 129-130.
Willmott, A. P., Ellington C. P., & Thomas A. L. R. (1997).  Flow visualization and unsteady aerodynamics in the flight of the hawkmoth, Manduca sexta. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B 352, 303-316.
Thomas, A. L. R. (1997).  The breath of life - Did increased oxygen levels trigger the Cambrian explosion?. Trends. Ecol. Evol. 12, 44-45.
Thomas, A. L. R., & Rowe L. (1997).  Experimental tests on tail elongation and sexual selection in swallows (Hirundo rustica) do not affect the tail streamer and cannot test its function. Behav. Ecol. 8, 580-581.
Thomas, A. L. R. (1997).  On the tails of birds. Bioscience 47, 215-225.
Ellington, C. P., vandenBerg C., Willmott A. P., & Thomas A. L. R. (1996).  Leading-edge vortices in insect flight. Nature 384, 626-630.