2 edition of new species of Pseudaelurus from the lower Pliocene of Nebraska. found in the catalog.
new species of Pseudaelurus from the lower Pliocene of Nebraska.
Macdonald, J. R.
|Statement||by J.R. Macdonald.|
|Series||University of California publications. Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences -- v. 28, no.2, University of California publications in geological sciences -- v. 28, no. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
A New Bassariscus from the Lower Pliocene of Kansas (pp. ) AND Two New Species of Coelacanthus from the Middle Pennsylvanian of Anderson County (pp. ). (Bulletin of the University of Kansas, Vol. XXXIV, No. 5). by Hibbard, Claude W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The most dramatic evolutionary event of the Pliocene epoch was the appearance of a land bridge between North and South America. Previously, South America had been much like modern Australia, a giant, isolated continent populated by a variety of strange mammals, including giant ingly, some animals had already succeeded in traversing these two continents, before the Pliocene.
Cook voyage place names of New Zealand by Trevor M Cobeldick. WELLINGTON: Paerangi, Book. Very Good. Soft cover. Signed by Authors. First Edition. Dedication by author on title page. J. R. MacDonald a. A new species of Pseudaelurus from the lower Pliocene of Nebraska. University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Cited by: 5.
art.9 anewextinctturtlefromidaho—gilmore 6 The nuchal bone hasalength of 56 mm (52 mm), a width of 28 mm (33 mm) infront, and anextreme width of mm (52 mm). COOK, H. J. b. A new species of rhinoceros, Diceratherium loomisi, from the lower Miocene of Nebraska. Nebraska Geological Survey, 7(4) COOK, H. J. A new canid from the lower Pliocene of Nebraska. Nebraska Geological Survey, 7(7) COOK, H. J. Note on the dentition of Amphicyon amnicola, a gigantic fossil dog.
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A New Species of Diceratherium From The Lower Pliocene (Valentinian) of Boyd County, Nebraska Lloyd G. Tanner University of Nebraska State Museum Follow this and additional works at: Tanner, Lloyd G., "A New Species of Diceratherium From The Lower Pliocene (Valentinian) of Boyd County, Nebraska" ().
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Seven species of mustelids (Carnivora, Mustelidae) occur in the middle Miocene Observation Quarry, Dawes County, Nebraska. These include Skopelogale melitodes, new genus and species. NEW SPECIES OF DINOCYSTS AND A NEW SPECIES OF ACRITARCH FROM THE UPPER MIOCENE AND LOWERMOST PLIOCENE, ODP LEGSITELABRADOR SEA1 Martin J.
Head,2 Geoffrey Norris,2 and Peta J. Mudie3 ABSTRACT Three new dinocyst genera, 14 new dinocyst species, and one new acritarch species are described from the upper Mi.
I describe a partial felid skeleton of Pseudaelurus validus new species, from the early Miocene, late Hemingfordian of New Mexico.
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Ina second species from Europe was described as Pseudaelurus turauensis, and a third species, Pseudaelurus lorteti, in The fourth European species, Pseudaelurus romieviensis, was described in In addition, the species Pseudaelurus transitorius was described inbut most later authors considered it a synonym of P.
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Updating the evolutionary history of Carnivora (Mammalia): a new species-level supertree complete with divergence time estimates. BMC Biology. Rothwell, T. Phylogenetic systematics of North American Pseudaelurus (Carnivora: Felidae). American Museum Novitates, Number New York: American Museum of Natural History.
Heterochen pratensis, new species (Figures 1, 2) HolotypeNcarly complete left tarsometatarsus (lacking the posterior part of the hypotarsus and moderately abraded around the edges of the trochleae and cotylae), University of Nebraska State Museum no.
Age early Pliocene (Devil's Gulch Local Fauna, Valentine Formation, Ogallala Group). Pseudaelurus: | | | | |Pseudaelurus|| |Temporal range: |Miocene World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the.
Abstract. A new barbourofelid species, Prosansanosmilus eggeri, is described from the Middle Miocene (MN 5) locality of Sandelzhausen, differs from all other European barbourofelid species in being smaller and showing a more plesiomorphic morphology, especially in the relatively less developed sabretooth adaptations, low accessory cusps on the premolars, and the Cited by: strongly resembles the type of Pseudaelurus (or Metailurus) intrepidus Leidy3 from the Miocene of Nebraska.
intrepidus is of comparable size and possesses slender teeth but is more primitive in exhibiting an alveolus for P2 and a vestigial talonid on the lower carnassial.
Also, the carnassial is relatively large, and the. Pseudaelurus: pedionomus: MacDonald: A new species of Pseudaelurus from the lower Pliocene of Nebraska: University of California Publications Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences: Plast: Machairodus: coloradensis: tanneri: Martin & Schultz: Scimitar-toothed cats, Machairodus and Nimravides, from the Pliocene of Kansas and Nebraska.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Lester L Short. THE LOWER PLIOCENE OGALLALA-WOLF CREEK VERTEBRATE FAUNA, SOUTH DAKOTA MORTON GREEN Museum of Geology, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, South Dakota ABSTRACT-A series of beds east of the town of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, consist-ing of volcanic ash and sandstones is considered part of the Ogallala group.
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Just better.of Microbiology, Cornell Univ. Medical College, York Ave., New York, NY Accepted 26 Nov. A new species of Spimetus from the Pliocene of Nebraska.-The late Pliocene (Kimballian) of Nebraska is producing a rich avifauna which has so far included a small.A systematic review of the genus in by Tom Rothwell nominated a new species, Pseudaelurus skinneri, and recombined Lynx stouti as Pseudaelurus stouti.
Pseudaelurus skinneri was described based on several jaw fragments collected from various late Hemingfordian localities in : Mammalia.