2 edition of Skull of Aelurodon platyrhinus, sp. nov. found in the catalog.
Skull of Aelurodon platyrhinus, sp. nov.
Erwin Hinckley Barbour
|Statement||by Erwin H. Barbour and Harold J. Cook.|
|Series||[Publications] / Nebraska Geological Survey -- v. 7, pt. 19, Publications (Nebraska Geological Survey) -- v. 7, pt. 19|
|Contributions||Cook, Harold James, 1887-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. -180 :|
|Number of Pages||180|
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Skull of Aelurodon platyrhinus, sp. nov,Paper, 07 (19):11 figures. Paperback – January 1, by H. Barbour, E. and Cook (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: H. Barbour, E. and Cook. Aelurodon was also one of the last borophagines (as a group the Borophaginae disappeared at the end of the Pliocene), and seems to have gone extinct with the gradual appearance of more modern predators. These predators included felids, particularly sabre toothed cats.
Aelurodon is an extinct canine genus of the subfamily Borophaginae which lived from the Barstovian land mammal age (16 mya) of the middle Miocene to the late Miocene epoch ( mya). Aelurodon existed for approximately.
Description. Aelurodon are a part of a clade of canids loosely known as "bone-crushing" or "hyena-like" dogs, that apparently descended from the earlier genera Protomarctus Class: Mammalia. Skull of the Giant Hog Elotherium.
A Panel Mount. Erwin H. Barbour, (3 pages) NGS A Tooth of the Columbian Mammoth. Erwin H. Barbour, (7 pages) Skull of Aelurodon platyrhinus, sp. nov. Erwin H. Barbour and Harold J. Cook, (8 pages) Volume 8. NGS The Diatoms (Bacillarioideae) of Nebraska.
Clarence J. Elmore, Aelurodon is a canine genus of the subfamily Borophaginae which lived from the Barstovian land mammal age (16 mya) of the middle Miocene to the late Miocene ( mya). Aelurodon existed for approximately million years.
Aelurodon montanensis, sp. nov. (Carnivora, Canidae, Borophaginae), is described from a new locality, Aelurodon Cut, near Pipestone Springs in Jefferson County, Montana.
Fossilworks hosts query, analysis, and download functions used to access large paleontological data sets. It presents taxonomic, distributional, and ecological data about the entire fossil record. That is a very nice cast of MORthe holotype of Aelurodon montanensis.I recognized the name at the time but couldn’t place it—I’d later realize that Aelurodon is a multi-species genus of borophagine dog.
Borophagines are really cool; I learned about them in the excellent book Dogs: Their Fossil Relatives and Evolutionary History by Wang & Tedford () with gorgeous. The skull was found crushed and teeth penetrated through, flints are embedded in the bone.
The entire skull was covered with glue (details in Bate records) and its base by cement (Stekelis, ; Hooijer, ). In dorsal view (Fig. 7A), the nasals are long and fused, they display a slight rugosity which indicates the presence of a small nasal Author: Luca Pandolfi, Florent Rivals, Rivka Rabinovich.
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afarensis is among the most extensive for any early human species, and the majority of remains 5/5(1). MAMMALIAN FOSSILS FROM DEVIL'S GULCH The word mastodon has gone beyond the limits of scientific literature, and is now incorporated in our common speech.
It seems to be the best and most expressive single word, and yet the name Gomphotherium (wedge-toothed beast) was proposed first, and has the right of priority. Aelurodon (Aelurodon Leidy, ). Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae Temporal range: during the Miocene (North America) Dimensions: length - 1,5 m, height - 75 сm, weight - 40 kg.
A typical representative: Aelurodon taxoides Hatcher, Aelurodon is an extinct canine genus of the subfamily Borophaginae which lived from the Barstovian land mammal age (16 Mya) of the middle. Aelurodon (Aelurodon Leidy, ). Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae Temporal range: during the Miocene (North America) Dimensions: length - 1,5 m, height - 75 сm, weight - 40 kg.
A typical representative: Aelurodon taxoides Hatcher, Check out aelurodon's art on DeviantArt. Browse the user profile and get inspired. 18, Devil's Gulch beds. Although this term has been less used, it precedes Valentine and was adequately defined, stratigraphically, from the first, in terms of what was then known; if redefined, it is available to replace Valentine formation, if the latter be considered preoccupied or unduly ambiguous.
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Aelurodon is an extinct canine genus of the subfamily Borophaginae which lived from the Barstovian land mammal age of the middle Miocene to the late Miocene. Aelurodon .A new Miocene dog, Mesocyon geringensis, sp. nov. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, 1(43) B ARBOUR, E.
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