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fossil carnivore Amphicyon longiramus from the Thomas Farm Miocene.

Stanley John Olsen

fossil carnivore Amphicyon longiramus from the Thomas Farm Miocene.

by Stanley John Olsen

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Published by Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carnivora, Fossil.,
  • Bears, Fossil.,
  • Amphicyon longiramus.,
  • Paleontology -- Miocene.,
  • Paleontology -- Florida.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 19-21.

    Other titlesPostcranial skeleton.
    Statementby Stanley J. Olsen.
    SeriesBulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology -- v. 123, no. 1
    ContributionsHarvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 3-44, 1 leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21294127M

      ABSTRACTAmphicyonidae is one of the most widely distributed families of Carnivora in the Early and Middle Miocene, yet the fossil record of this family is extremely poor in Eastern Asia. In this study, we report an unanticipated diversity of Amphicyonidae from the Middle Miocene Halamagai Formation in Ulungur River area, Xinjiang, Northwestern ://   Kexue Tongbao 9: – Xu X, Delson E () A new species of Dryopithecus from Gansu, China. Kexue Tongbao – Zhisheng A, Kutzbach JE, Prell WL, Porter SC () Evolution of Asian monsoons and phased uplift of the Himalaya‐Tibetan plateau since late Miocene times. Nature 62–66 Fossil record of Miocene hominoids 4

      US And Canadian Fossil Sites. Version current as of AUGUST Back to MAIN   Remains of fossil Felidæ have been found as far back as the Miocene or even the Eocene epoch, in the South of England, and Central and South Europe, in North-west India, in Nebraska, in North America, and in the caves of Brazil. Of these the best known is

      The Marsupials are very nearly an instance of the {54}same phenomenon; for Sir W. Flower showed, and Mr. Thomas confirmed his discovery, that only one tooth, according to Mr. Thomas the fourth premolar, is replaced in that group. But even the purely monophyodont dentition of the Toothed Whales is a more apparent than real contrast to the Über einige Probleme der Stammesgeschichte der Säugetiere Über einige Probleme der Stammesgeschichte der Säugetiere Thenius, Erich Mit 9 Abbildungen Eingegangen am Mai Einleitung Die durch verschiedene Methoden erstellten Diagramme uber stammesgeschichtliche Beziehungen tierischer und pflanzlicher Organismen weichen meist mehr


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Fossil carnivore Amphicyon longiramus from the Thomas Farm Miocene by Stanley John Olsen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The fossil carnivore Amphicyon longiramus from the Thomas Farm Miocene. Part II: postcranial skeleton. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (1) Olsen, S. The Thomas Farm fossil quarry. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 25(2) O’Sullivan, J.

The fossil carnivore Amphicyon intermedius from the Thomas Farm Miocene. [Stanley J Olsen] In the title of pt. 2 "intermedius" has been changed to "longiramus." Pt. 2 in v.no. Description: 2 pts. illustrations.

Contents: Buy The fossil carnivore Amphicyon intermedius from the Thomas Farm Miocene (Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College) by Olsen, Stanley John (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// Eight historic fossil mammal specimens in the Museum of Comparative Zoology. VolumePage 85 The structure of the choanae of the Emydinae (Testudines, Testudinidae) VolumePage If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to   Introduction The Thomas Farm locality is a well-known early Miocene (early Hemingfordian, ca.

18 Ma) vertebrate fossil deposit in north-central Florida. The site has been collected for a number of years and is known principally for its rich fauna of large vertebrates, in particu- lar the equid Parahippus leonensis (Bader, ; Hulbert, ). THE FOSSIL CARNIVORE AMPHICYON INTERMEDIUS FROM THE THOMAS FARM MIOCENE, PART I: SKULL AND DENTITION by Stanley J.

Olsen; Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College; Vol. No. 4.; May, (Amphicyon intermedius is now known as A.

longiramus.)?/topic/quiz-mammal-teeth. The front limb ofIndarctos atticus has many characters in common withUrsus arctos both in proportions and morphology.

The brachial index and the length proportions between the metacarpals and the radius or the humerus are similar with those ofU. arctos. Only the first metacarpal ofI. atticus seems slightly shortened and the distal part of the humerus less developed compared with those ofU.

:// We describe and discuss the morphology and functional anatomy of the thoracolumbar and sacrocaudal regions of the vertebral column of the late Miocene amphicyonid Magericyon anceps.

These regions are essential for body support, and very relevant for locomotion and prey capture, and thus their study provides interesting insights on the paleobiology and biomechanics of this top :// An illustration of an open book.

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Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. The location used is Lethbridge where numerous fossil collections have been made from the Bearpaw shale, but the actual location could be anywhere in Southern Alberta ,Location:, The postcranial skeleton of the amphicyonid Amphicyon major from the middle Helvetian of Sansan (Gers, France) is described and compared to extant taxa belonging to the families Ursidae (Ursus arctos), Felidae (Panthera leo), and Canidae (Canis lupus).

From the perspective of the forelimb, the scapula is very similar to that of a bear, as well as the elbow joint suggesting habitually abducted The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity The Late Miocene carnivore guild structure is similar to that of the modern Serengeti, indicating a relatively open, savannah-like environment.

The fossil carnivore Amphicyon iongiramus from   OLSEN, S. The fossil carnivore Amphicyon longiramus from the Thomas Farm Miocene. Part II—postcranial skeleton. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, (1) OLSEN, S. Age and faunal relationships of Tapiravus remains from Florida.

Journal of Paleontology, 34(1) OLSEN, S. The Thomas Farm Among middle Miocene European Amphicyonidae, the genus Amphicyon is the best represented in the fossil faunal assemblages, with A. major Blainville, from Sansan being a reference for   The early Miocene (Hemingfordian, ca Ma) Thomas Farm locality in Gilchrist County, Flor- ida, is probably the best known Miocene fossil vertebrate deposit in the eastern United States.

Recent investigations of the paleoecology of Thomas Farm have shown that rodents are ex- tremely abundant (Pratt,). Thomas Farm (Miocene of the United States) Where: Gilchrist County, Florida (° N, ° W: paleocoordinates ° N, ° W) Amphicyon longiramus n.

sp., Cynelos caroniavorus Amphicyon longiramus n. White bear-dog. Oligobunis floridanus n. 30 White mustelid ://?collection_no=   It is a strict carnivore that devours anything unlucky enough to enter its territory and it will consume the entire body of its victim, bones and all.

SIGHTINGS: InRichard Archbold (an American zoologist and philanthropist) led one of the first scientific expeditions into the heart of   of fossil taxa, so we selected it for use in the analysis. ilia from 18 modern anuran ranid species were digitized using 10 landmarks for comparison with fossil ilia from the late Miocene through Pleistocene sites in California, Idaho, Nevada, and Oregon.

Data were analyzed using relative warp and canonical variates analyses in the tps   Thomas Farm. The result of this visit was a desire, on Barbour's part, to purchase the forty acres of land that contained the fossil quarry so that it would be protected for future scien-tific excavations.

Gunter located the owners, a loan and trust company in Georgia, and undertook the initial nego-tiations for the purchase of the desired. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle Miocene land mammals are described from the Gaillard Cut Local Fauna based on a collection made by Stewart and Whitmore in the s from Cucaracha Reach, former Canal Zone, Republic of Panama.

In addition to the Order Rodentia described elsewhere, the land mammals represent three other orders (Carnivora [new record], Artiodactyla, Perissodactyla), including the canid Tomarctus brevirostris   Miocene Thomas Farm - NW-TSW sec.

20, T. 7 S., R. 15 E., Gilchrist County (written permission is needed from head o Biology Department, University of Florida, Gainesville). Reached from State Highway Quarry at east of road, between Santa Fe River Bridge and town of