Although my primary work is on the behaviour and ecology of extinct animals, I have also been a lead or co-author on a number of scientific publications naming a number of dinosaurs and other taxa.
Anchiornis huxleyi – An especially bird-like feathered dinosaur close to the origin of birds.
Ceratosuchops infernodias – A second new spinosaur from the UK.
Linhenykus monodactylus – A small bird-like dinosaur with just one finger on each hand.
Linheraptor exquisitus – A carnivorous dinosaur and very close relative of Velociraptor.
Limusaurus inextricabilis – The first herbivorous form known from a carnivorous group.
Riparovenator milnerae – A predatory spinosaur from the UK.
Shaochilong maortuensis – The first carcharodontosaur identified from Asia.
Wulatelong gobiensis – An oviraptorosaur from the Gobi desert.
Xixianykus zhangi – One of the earliest alvarezsaurid dinosaurs.
Zhanghenglong yangchengensis – A late surviving hadrosauroid from central China.
Zhuchengtyrannus magnus – A giant Tyrannosaurus-sized carnivore from China.
Bellubrunnus rothgaengeri – A tiny pterosaur from Germany with unusual, forward-directed wingtips.
Cascocauda – A tiny and juvenile anuroganthid from the Jurassic of China.
Cryodrakon boreas – A giant azhdarchid from Canada known from a well-preserved partial skeleton.
Luchibang xingzhe – The most complete istiodactylid ever found and one with unusually long legs and large feet.
Luopterus mutoudengensis – One of only six known species of anuroganthid pterosaur.
Bentonyx sidensis – A rhynchosaur named after my PhD supervisor.
Fodonyx spenceri – A rhynchosaurian reptile from the south coast of England.