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Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado.

Malcolm C. McKenna

Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado.

by Malcolm C. McKenna

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Colorado.
    • Subjects:
    • Mammals, Fossil.,
    • Paleontology -- Eocene.,
    • Paleontology -- Colorado.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 125-130.

      Other titlesWasatchian Four Mile fauna.
      SeriesUniversity of California publications in geological sciences,, v. 37, no. 1, University of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 37, no. 1.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE1 .C15 vol. 37, no. 1
      The Physical Object
      Pagination130 p.
      Number of Pages130
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5815600M
      LC Control Number60063642
      OCLC/WorldCa5734425

      Primate - Primate - Eocene: The known fossil families of the Eocene Epoch ( million to million years ago) include the Tarsiidae (tarsiers), the Adapidae (which include probable ancestors of lemurs and lorises), and the Omomyidae (which include possible ancestors of the monkeys and apes). The family Adapidae and the related Notharctidae contain two North American genera, Notharctus and. Type specimen: Unnumbered dentary with broken m2, complete m3 in Cope Collection, specimen now lost. A topotype, AMNH , left dentary with m, was noted by Gingerich and Simons () and.

      Two new genera of Clarkforkian and early Wasatchian mammals add to our knowledge of the diversity of early Eocene faunas of the Bighorn Basin. DELSON, E. Fossil mammals of the early Wasatchian Powder River Local Fauna, Eocene of northeast Wyoming. McKENNA, M. C. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile Fauna. McKenna, M.C., , Fossil mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado: Berkeley, University of California Press, p. Miknis, F.P., , Conversion characteristics of selected foreign and domestic oil shales, in Twenty-third Oil Shale Symposium Proceedings: Golden, Colorado School of Mines Press, p.

      (early Eocene; see Marshall et al., ) age in Patagonia, southern Argentina (Simpson, ). Caroloa- meghiniinae resemble some early primate groups in dental structure and presumably in . Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences: Plast: Cynodontomys: lundeliusi: White: Preliminary anantsis of the vertebrate fossil fauna of the Boysen Reservoir area: Proceedings of the United States National Museum.


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Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado by Malcolm C. McKenna Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: McKenna, Malcolm C. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. Full reference: M. McKenna. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado.

University of California Publications in Geological Sciences 37(1) Parent taxon: Uintasoricinae according to G. Gunnell Sister taxa: Choctawius, Uintasorex Subtaxa: Niptomomys doreenae, Niptomomys favorum, Niptomomys thelmae.

McKenna, M.C.,Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. University of California Publication in Geological Sciences, v. 37, by: 2. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile Fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences.

37 (1): 1 - Parectypodus tardus. Abstract. The Wasatchian North American Land Mammal Age (or NALMA) corresponds to an interval spanning approximately – million years before the present (Prothero, ; Clyde et al., ).The Wasatchian fossil record is among the richest of any NALMA, being documented by abundant vertebrate remains throughout most of its duration (Krishtalka et al., ; Gingerich, ; Cited by: Full reference: M.

McKenna. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences 37(1) Belongs to Peradectes according to L.

Krishtalka and R. Stucky See also McKenna and Rose et al. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado.

University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 37(1): 1– McKenna, M.C. The Geolabidinae, a new subfamily of early Cenozoic erinaceoid insectivores. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 37(2): – Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado.

which are actually Miocene fossils. The oldest work is a book by Pierre de L’Ancre (), where the. Fossil Mammalia from the earliest Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. University of California, Publications in Geological Sciences 1 – Mills, J.

McKenna, M. C.,Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile Fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado, Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol McKenna, M. C., a, Fossil mammals and early Eocene North Atlantic land continuity, Ann. Missouri Bot. Garden – CrossRef Google eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy this book on.

Classification of Mammals Above the Species Level. Columbia University Press. ISBN Outras obras importantes. Malcolm C. McKenna (): Fossil mammalia from the early wasatchian four mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. Berkeley, California, USA: University of California publications in geological sciences, v.

37, nº 1. McKenna M.C. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna Eocene of northwest Colorado. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences 37 1 1 McKenna M.C. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna Eocene of northwest Colorado.

The early Tertiary group Tillodontia is shown to have been derived from or near the middle Paleocene arctocyonid “Claenodon” procyonoides, which may We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

カリフォルニア州 ポモナ生まれ。 父親のドナルド・マッケナ(Donald McKenna)も古生物学者。 アメリカ自然史博物館の古脊椎動物部門のキュレーターであり、年にスーザン・K・ベル(Susan K. Bell)と共著で書籍 "Classification of Mammals"(哺乳類の分類)を刊行した人物である。. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado.

University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, McKenna, M. Molecular and morphological analysis of high-level mammalian interrelationships. Notes on the Fossil Mammalia of Europe. I, Comparison of the American and European MAC KENNA M.

C., Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. Univ, Calif SIMPSON G. G., The Principles of Classification and a Classification of Mammals. Bull. Mus. Nat. Hist., I-XVI.

The mammals found at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument date from the early Miocene Epoch some 19 to 21 million years ago. Scientists describe the Miocene Epoch as the period of time from 5 to 23 million years ago. At that time, today's Great Plains region was drying out.

Delson mammals of the early Wasatchian Powder River local fauna, Eocene of northeast Wyoming Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist., vol. 27 (), pp. Google Scholar. A group of mammals that pssess specialized traits related to arboreal, or tree-living, ancestry are the ___.

Mountains in the Pacific Northwest that are the result of the subduction of an ocean plate beneath western North America. During the Middle to Late Eocene, ___ began to split apart from Antarctica. Australia. work for his dissertation on the Fossil Mam-malia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado was especially notable because of the large num-ber of tiny fossils he was able to recover by turning Claude Hibbard’s screen washing technique into mass production.

After receiving his graduate degree, Mc. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado: Fossil mammals and Early Eocene north Atlantic land continuity: The Geolabidinae: a new subfamily of early cenozoic erinaceoid insectivores: A late Permian captorhinid from Rhodesia: Mammal phylogeny.

Fossil sample. We document a large, new sample of Cambaytherium thewissi from the early Eocene (early Ypresian) Cambay Shale Formation at Vastan and Mangrol lignite mines in .This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.