Doktorgrad, Universität Fribourg

Berufliche Stationen

2017 – 2018
Advanced PostDoc.Mobility FNS P300P2_161065, Wien und Basel

2015 – 2017
Forschungsprojekt FNS 200021-159854, Basel

2013 – 2014
Early PostDoc.Mobility FNS PBFRP2-145900, Paris und München

2012 – 2013
Dozent, Fribourg


Mennecart B., Geraads D., Spassov N., Zagorchev I. (in press). Discovery of the oldest European ruminant in the late Eocene of Bulgaria: did tectonics influence the diachronic development of the Grande Coupure? Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.

Cavin L., Mennecart B., Obrist C., Costeur L., & Furrer H. (2017). A bizarre Triassic latimeriid coelacanth from Switzerland stemmed from a heterochronic evolution. Scientific Reports 7, 13695. DOI 10.1038/s41598-017-13796-0

Costeur L., Mennecart B., Müller B., & Schultz G. (2017). Prenatal growth stages show the development of the ruminant bony labyrinth and petrosal bone. Journal of Anatomy. 230(2), 347–353. DOI 10.1111/joa.12549.

Mennecart B., DeMiguel D., Bibi F., Rössner G.E., Métais G., Neenan J. M., Wang S., Schultz G., Müller B., Costeur L. (2017). Bony labyrinth morphology clarifies the origin and evolution of deer. Scientific Reports 7, 13176. DOI 10.1038/s41598-017-12848-9.

Mennecart B. & Costeur L. (2016). Shape variation and ontogeny of the ruminant bony labyrinth, an example in Trahulidae. Journal of Anatomy. 229(3), 422–435. DOI 10.1111/joa.12487.

Mennecart B. (2015). The European ruminants during the «Microbunodon Event» (MP28, latest Oligocene): Impact of climate changes and faunal event on the ruminant evolution. PlosOne. 1–28. DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0116830.

Scherler L., Mennecart B., Hiard F., & Becker D. (2013). Evolutionary history of hoofed mammals during the Oligocene-Miocene transition in Western Europe. Swiss Journal of Geosciences. 106, 349–369.

Publikationsliste Bastien Mennecart

Projekte und Museumsaktivitäten

SNF Projekt 200021-159854: Phylogenie lebender und ausgestorbener Wiederkäuer durch 3D-Computertomographie-basierte Analyse der Ohrregion