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new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia.

R. A. Stirton

new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia.

by R. A. Stirton

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Published by Johnson Reprint in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Miocochilius anomopodus.,
  • Notoungulata.,
  • Paleontology -- Miocene.,
  • Paleontology -- Colombia.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesUniversity of California publications in geological sciences -- v. 29, no. 6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination265-347 p.
    Number of Pages347
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22373980M
    LC Control Number53009357

    New philisids (Mammalia, Chiroptera) from the Early–Middle Eocene of Algeria and Tunisia: new insight into the phylogeny, palaeobiogeography and palaeoecology of the Philisidae. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, Vol. 13, Issue. 8, p. A new chronology for middle Eocene-early Miocene South American Land Mammal Ages. Geological Society of America Bulletin Flynn, J.J., and C.C. Swisher, III.

    A new Miocene turtle from Colombia sheds light on the evolutionary history of the extant genus Mesoclemmys Gray, book review. Review of Richard Estes, Sauria terrestria, Amphisbaenia. A new genus and species of extinct ground shark, ?nav=tocList. Taxonomy and Nomenclature of the Bronzed Cowbird. By Kenneth C. Parkes and Emmet R. Blake A New Sparid Fish of the Genus Diplodus from Bermuda. By David K. Caldwell A New Species of Mole (Genus Talpa) from Kurdistan Province, Western Iran. By Douglas M. Lay On Some New Non-Marine Mollusks from Colombia and

    The available fossil record indicates that primates have occurred in South America since the middle Tertiary. The oldest known primate-bearing locality, Salla, Bolivia, of Deseadan age, was previously thought to be about 35 myr old, or early Oligocene ://   Langstonia (meaning "[crocodile] of Langston", in honor of paleontologist Wann Langston, Jr.) is an extinct genus of notosuchian crocodylomorph of the family lived in the middle Miocene (specifically in the Laventan land-mammal age), in the "Monkey Beds" of the Colombian Villavieja Formation. Langstonia was named in by Alfredo Paolillo and Omar Linares for fossils originally


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New genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia by R. A. Stirton Download PDF EPUB FB2

A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia Stirton, R.A. Univ California Publ Geol Sci 29(6): MIOCOCHILIUS anomogodus (Interatheriidae), late Miocene is based on a nearly complele skeleton and numerous incomplete skeletons.

Tabulated comparisons with other genera, in regard to skull and dentition, are :// Get this from a library. A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia. [R A Stirton] COVID Resources.

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A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences Vera, B. Postcranial morphology of Notopithecus Ameghino, (Notoungulata, Interatheriidae) from the middle Eocene of Patagonia, Argentina.

Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology   A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 29(6) Tauber, A. Homunculus patagonicus Ameghino, (Primates, Ceboidea), Mioceno temprano, de la costa Atlántica austral, prov.

de Santa Cruz, Republica ://   A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences wiki/Homalodotherium wiki/Protypotherium wiki/Miocochilius: Mammalia: Ornithorhynchus and kin: Marsupials - Metatheria: Eomaia and kin: Placentals - Eutheria: Monodelphis and kin: Carnivora: We describe a new interatheriid notoungulate, Juchuysillu arenalesensis gen.

et sp. nov., based on six partial upper and lower dentitions from the early to middle Miocene Nazareno Formation of southern Bolivia. A specimen is also referred to J.

arenalesensis from the early middle Miocene (Langhian) locality of Cerdas, Bolivia (ca. km to the northwest). The new species is distinguished by New primate genus from the Miocene of Argentina Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) (pdf) Megapiranha paranensis from the Upper Miocene of Argentina is described based on a large, partially toothed premaxilla as a new genus and species of serrasalmid fish (pacus and piranhas) and is   R.

Stirton. A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia. California University Department of Geological Sciences B 29(6); D. Croft. The middle Miocene (Laventan) Quebrada Honda fauna, southern Bolivia and description of its notoungulates. Palaeontology 50(1); Collegamenti esterniDescrizione  Classificazione  Paleoecologia  Bibliografia The fossil record of the genus is restricted to the Miocene of Colombia and Venezuela and the extant species are distributed along Orinoco and Amazonas basins.

The present works aims to describe a new species of Brachyplatystoma from late Miocene deposits at Entre Ríos Province, ://?p=   El miocoquilio (Miocochilius anomopodus) es un género extinto de mamífero herbívoro extinto, que vivió durante el Mioceno Superior en Suramérica (), en la región del departamento del Huila conocida como La Venta (formación Villavieja) que ha proveído un rico yacimiento de fauna vertebrada del Mioceno.

Una segunda especie, M. federicoi, fue descubierta en la zona de Quebrada Honda en   endiadys, the new taxon, and other middle Miocene interatheres, and yielded strong support for our systematic conclusions. A thorough phylogenetic analysis of Protypotherium is provided for the first time.

Based on this analysis, Protypotherium and Miocochilius form a monophyletic group supported by four New Interatheres (Mammalia, Notoungulata) from the Late Oligocene Salla Beds of Bolivia Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Paleontology 82(3) May with Reads A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia.

California University Department of Geological Sciences B 29 (6) [C. Jaramillo/M. Vallejo/A. Cardenas ] more details Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic ?a=collectionSearch&collection_no= Full reference: R. Stirton.

A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia. California University Department of Geological Sciences B 29(6) Belongs to Miocochilius according to R. Stirton Sister taxon: Miocochilius federicoi Type specimen: UCMPa partial ?a=taxonInfo&taxon_no= Takai M () New specimens of Neosaimiri fieldsi from La Venta, Colombia: a middle Miocene ancestor of the living squirrel monkeys.

J Hum Evol 27(4)– CrossRef Google Scholar Takai M, Anaya F, Suzuki H, Shigehara N, Setoguchi T () A new platyrrhine from the middle Miocene of La Venta, Colombia, and the phyletic position of Fossil scales of the enigmatic teleost Acregoliath rancii Richter, collected in andare described for the first time from fine-grained sediments of the La Victoria Formation of the Honda Group in central Colombia.

The specimens include one isolated but nearly complete scale from the anterior region of the body, and one isolated scale fragment. Although fragmentary, these specimens   Early interatheres (family Interatheriidae) had forefeet that resembled those of early hegetotheres but more symmetrical hind feet: the third and fourth toes were similar and length as were the second and fifth (though this latter pair was shorter than the former).

Stirton, R. A new genus of interatheres from the Miocene of A new species of asymmetrically winged fruit is described from Miocene sediments of Andean Ecuador. The new fruit is readily placed in the genus Loxopterygium of the Anacardiaceae based on the size, position of the stigma, wing venation, and serration of the wing tip.

The new fossil species is very similar to extant species of Loxopterygium now distributed in dry habitats of coastal Ecuador. A New Genus of Interatheres from the Miocene of Colombia, vol.

29, University of California Publications in Geological Sciences (), pp. Tauber, A.A. Tauber Mamíferos fósiles y edad de la Formación Salicas (Mioceno tardío) de la sierra de Velasco, La Rioja, ArgentinaA new echimyid genus (Rodentia, Caviomorpha) in Central Argentina: uncovered diversity of a Brazilian group of mammals in the Pleistocene Journal of Paleontology First record of Toxodontidae (Mammalia, Notoungulata) from the late Miocene–early Pliocene of the southern central Andes, NW ArgentinaTwenty-seven species of ostracodes are listed from the Tubara formation, south of the village of Tubara, near Barranquilla, Colombia.

Twenty-one of the species have been described before from the Caribbean Miocene. Two new species are described, Cytherelloidea impages and Isocythereis? :// /Upper-Miocene-Ostracoda-from-the-Tubara-Formation.