Kelsey Pugh

Department of Anthropology The Graduate Center City University of New York

Education

B.Sc. 2011, University of Calgary

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Publications

Pugh, K.D. (2016) Phylogenetic analysis of extant hominoid postcranial characters recovers molecular clades. American Association of Physical Anthropology (abstract). Supplement 62, 258.

O’Shea, N., Delson, E., Pugh, K.D. & Gilbert, C.C. (2016) Phylogenetic analysis of Paradolichopithecus: fossil baboon or macaque? American Association of Physical Anthropology (abstract). Supplement 62, 244.

Steiper, M.E., Guevara, E.E. & Pugh, K.D. (2016) The application of gene tree-based phylogenetic methods to primate morphological data sets. American Association of Physical Anthropology (abstract). Supplement 62, 302.

Frost, S., Gilbert, C.C., Pugh, K.D., Guthrie, E.H. & Delson, E. (2015) Cercopithecoides williamsi shows the earliest fossil evidence for pollical reduction in a fossil colobine. PLoS one: e0125030.

Frost, S., Gilbert, C.C., Pugh, K.D., Guthrie, E.H. & Delson, E. (2015) Cercopithecoides williamsi shows the earliest fossil evidence for pollical reduction in a fossil colobine (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 60, 138.

Pugh, K.P& Gilbert, C.C. (2015) Phylogenetic relationships of living and fossil African papionins: combined evidence from morphology and molecules (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 60, 258.

Gilbert, C.C., Patel, B.A., Friedman, A.C., Pugh, K.D., Fleagle, J.G., and R. Patnaik, (2014) New Lower Siwalik localities near Ramnagar, India: implications for the earliest Asian great apes and other mammalian lineages. Special Publication of the Palaeontological Society of India. 5:353-365.

Pugh, K.D. (2014) Correlating form and function in the tali of catarrhine primates. American Journal Physical Anthropology. Supplement 58, 212. Poster presentation, international (PhD work).

Pugh, K.D.* (2013) A phylogenetic analysis of the hominin clade using postcranial characters. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Supplement 56: 226. Poster presentation, international (Undergraduate work).