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Partial skull of Paleosinopa simpsoni (Mammalia, Insectivora), latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, central western Wyoming, with some general remarks on the family Pantolestidae

John A. Dorr

Partial skull of Paleosinopa simpsoni (Mammalia, Insectivora), latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, central western Wyoming, with some general remarks on the family Pantolestidae

by John A. Dorr

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Published by Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wyoming.
    • Subjects:
    • Insectivora, Fossil -- Wyoming,
    • Paleontology -- Paleocene,
    • Paleontology -- Wyoming

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 306-307.

      Statementby John A. Dorr, Jr.
      SeriesContributions from the Museum of Paleontology, the University of Michigan ;, v. 24, no. 23, Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology ;, v. 24, no. 23.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE701 .M5 vol. 24, no. 23, QE882.I5 .M5 vol. 24, no. 23
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 281-307 :
      Number of Pages307
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4378853M
      LC Control Number78623094

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        The skull is more highly vaulted than in O. cyonoides, and the parastyle of the upper carnassial is stronger than in any of the Osteoborus samples from the Hemphill (Coffee Ranch). 0. dudleyi agrees in size with O. hilli from Axtel fauna in Oklahoma (Johnston, b) Pantolestinae is a eutherian subfamily of mammals whose members are known from the middle early Paleocene through at least the beginning of the Oligocene of North America. They are also known from Europe, and possibly Africa. A lack of information on pantolestine skulls has prevented the use of cranial anatomy in evaluation of this group’s enigmatic higher-level phylogenetic ://


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Partial skull of Paleosinopa simpsoni (Mammalia, Insectivora), latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, central western Wyoming, with some general remarks on the family Pantolestidae by John A. Dorr Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The University of Michigan specimen is the oldest known relatively (Mammalia. Partial Skull of Paleosinopa simpsoni (Mammalia, Insectivora), Latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, Central Western Wyoming, with Some General Remarks on the Family Pantolestidae.

By J. Dorr. Abstract. Publisher: Museum of Paleontology, The University of Michigan. Year: OAI   PARTIAL SKULL OF PALEOSZNOPA SZMPSONI (MAMMALIA, INSECTNORA), LATEST PALEOCENE HOBACK FORMATION, CENTRAL WESTERN WYOMING, WITH SOME GENERAL REMARKS ON THE FAMILY PANTOLESTIDAE BY John A.

Dorr, Jr. Abstract.- A newly discovered, nearly complete skull and upper dentition of latest Paleocene Paleosinopa simpsoni is ://?sequence=2&is.

Partial Skull of Paleosinopa Simpsonia (mammalia, Insectivore), Latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, Central Western Wyoming, with Some General Remarks on the Family Pantolestidae,Contributions, 24 (23):5 figures. [Dorr, J. A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Partial Skull of Paleosinopa Simpsonia (mammalia, Insectivore), Latest Paleocene Hoback Partial Skull of Paleosinopa Simpsonia (mammalia, Insectivore), Latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, Central Western by J.

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DÖRRER, I. - Die tertiäre und periglaziale Formengestaltung des Steigerwaldes, insbesondere des Schwanberg-Friedrichsberg-Gebietes. Eine Early Paleogene insectivore mammal associations of Asia include true insectivores (superorder Insectivora: order Lipotyphla: suborders Erinaceomorpha and Soricomorpha; orders Didymoconida and Leptictida) and insectivore-like placentals (superorder Ferae: order Cimolesta: suborders Didelphodonta, Palaeoryctida, and Pantolesta).

The associations from Mongolia are the most taxonomically ://   Palaeosinopa ist eine heute ausgestorbene Säugetiergattung aus der Familie der Pantolestidae. Die Tiere ähnelten heutigen Insektenfressern und lebten vom Oberen Paläozän bis zum Unteren Eozän vor 59 bis 48 Millionen Jahren.

Nachweise sind vorwiegend aus Nordamerika, seltener aus Europa bekannt. Bedeutende Funde, darunter auch einige Beschreibung  Fossilfunde  Paläobiologie  Systematik  Einzelnachweise Partial Skull of Paleosinopa simpsoni (Mammalia, Insectivora), Latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, Central Western Wyoming, with Some General Remarks on the Family Pantolestidae.5 figures.

Volume 23 ~ - Vol. 23, no. 1 Richard J. Zarkrzewski. Most interpretations of Carpolestes simpsoni cranial anatomy were made from two fairly complete crania prepared from freshwater limestones at University of Michigan locality SC (Cf-2; m).

These specimens, UM and USNM (), were prepared by J.I.B. (Bloch and Boyer, ) and P. Houde, type specimen of C. simpsoni, UMincludes a partial Dorr, J. Partial Skull of Paleosinopa Simpsonia (mammalia, Insectivore), Latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, Central Western Wyoming, with Some General Remarks on the Family Pantolestidae.

University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology,Contributions, 24 (23):5 figures. Printed wraps, very good condition. $?start=&searchBy=catalogue&searchType=all&. Cimolestids are a minor component of early Paleocene (Puercan) faunas of western North America.

Here we report on cimolestids from the early Paleocene (middle and late Puercan; Pu2–3) of the Nacimiento Formation, San Juan Basin, New Mexico. New specimens of Puercolestes simpsoni include portions of the deciduous and lower dentition not previously known. We conclude that “Genus B” of Van It’s known from a partial skull that’s highly similar to that of the modern Opisthocomus but somewhat larger.

I should also mention that an alleged hoatzin relative called Onychopteryx simpsoni (named for a partial tarsometatarsus) was reported from the Eocene of Argentina in (Cracraft ).

Michele Wilbanks discovered a partial skull of the peccary Protherohyus brachydontus. This is the second skull of this species found at Montbrook, and just the third known from Florida. Its relative completeness won’t be known until it is prepared out of its plaster jacket, but most of the teeth are :// MANUEL J.

SALESA, MAURICIO ANTÓN, ALAN TURNER, JORGE MORALES, Aspects of the functional morphology in the cranial and cervical skeleton of the sabre-toothed cat Paramachairodus ogygia (Kaup, ) (Felidae, Machairodontinae) from the Late Miocene of Spain: implications for the origins of the machairodont killing bite, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, VolumeIssue   1.

Introduction. A field guide to English Wealden fossils was published by the Palaeontological Association, London in (Batten, a).It contains descriptions and illustrations of all of the fossils that there is a reasonable chance of finding in Wealden rocks without spending an inordinate amount of time searching for them, and many more :// In his influential books, Le Gros Clark portrayed the human evolutionary trends as the culmination of trends that had operated throughout primate evolution.

But after World War II, new fossil discoveries and new themes in the work of Simpson, Le Gros Clark, and others helped bring about a new perception of evolutionary change as more :// Based on a small sample of specimens from the Buckman Hollow local fauna, including a partial skull (USNM ), Gazin (, ) identified and described Phenacodus almiensis.

Subsequent authors (e.g., Rose, ; Dorr and Gingerich, ) assigned additional material from the local fauna to. Plesiadapiforms are central to studies of the origin and evolution of primates and other euarchontan mammals (tree shrews and flying lemurs).

We report results from a comprehensive cladistic analysis using cranial, postcranial, and dental evidence including data from recently discovered Paleocene plesiadapiform skeletons (Ignacius clarkforkensis sp.

nov.; Dryomomys szalayi, gen. et sp. Homer Jay Simpson is a fictional character and one of the main protagonists of the American animated sitcom The is voiced by Dan Castellaneta and first appeared on television, along with the rest of his family, in The Tracey Ullman Show short "Good Night" on Ap Homer was created and designed by cartoonist Matt Groening while he was waiting in the lobby of James L The spatial packing hypotheses are supported by data from several comparative studies of extant adult primates and limited experimental work (e.g.

Copray, ).With regard to the influence of the brain, Ross and colleagues’ extensive comparative work documents a substantial degree of orbital convergence and frontation as well as flexion of the basicranium across extant adult primates (Ross