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vertebrate faunas of the English eocene ...

Errol Ivor White

vertebrate faunas of the English eocene ...

by Errol Ivor White

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleontology -- Eocene,
  • Vertebrates, Fossil,
  • Paleontology -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Errol Ivor White.
    ContributionsBritish Museum (Natural History).
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE737 V567
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14759939M

    CO , U.S.A. Received 4 April Revision received 25 January and accepted 11 February Late Eocene age of Fayum mammal faunas Re-evaluation of the stratigraphic boundaries of the non-marine Jebel Qatrani Formation (Fayum, Egypt) indicates that the entire formation should be dated to Late Eocene, Priabonian by: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, , 52(12): , In Early Eocene Vertebrates and Plants from the Fisher/Sullivan Site (Nanjemoy Formation) The vertebrate faunas of the English Eocene. I. From the Thanet Sands to the Basement Bed of the London Clay. British Museum (Natural History). pp. 1– Cited by: 6.

    A richly illustrated book on late Cenozoic mammals and other vertebrates found in Queensland, Australia. The only direct link to early Tertiary mammals is a short reference to the Murgon fauna, which is probably early Eocene. Yet this book stimulates your imagination how the Australian mammal fauna might have looked like at earlier times. Fauna means animal life. It is a group term; it means the animal life typical of the time or place. It is a similar term to flora in Botany.. So one might speak of the Eocene fauna as being different from the Miocene fauna. Or say, the fauna of a particular flora and fauna of a savannah differ from those of a rain forest.. Another use of the word is for published lists of animals.

    The FPS hired Hulbert to compile all the original Plaster Jackets dealing with vertebrate paleontology in Florida into a single, cohesive work, to rewrite out-dated sections, to fill in the gaps of systematic coverage, and to add improved illustrations of fossils. Originally the FPS intended to publish the book . A newly discovered vertebrate fossil assemblage, the Casa Blanca local fauna, comes from the Laredo Formation, Claiborne Group, of Webb County, Texas, and is the first reported Eocene land-mammal fauna from the coastal plain of North America.


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Russell, Loris S & Wickenden. The vertebrate faunas of the English Eocene, v.1 Responsibility: by Errol Ivor White ; with appendices on the otoliths, by G.A. Frost, and on the Mollusca, by Arthur Wrigley. : Wasatchian (Early Eocene Mammals and Other Vertebrates from Baja California, Mexico: the Lomas Las Tetas De Cabra Fauna) (): Novacek, Michael J.: Books.

For a long while, the Fayum fauna was known only in the Nile Valley. The first indication of its extension toward the west came about in following the discovery by Kikoine of a few Moeritherium teeth in an Eocene layer near Gao in the Sudan. The fauna of Djebel Coquin corresponds to that of the horizon of Qasr-el-Sagha of by: 4.

Cite this Record. Early Eocene Vertebrate Faunas, Stratigraphy, and Sedimentology in the Wasatch and Green River Formations, Northwestern Washakie Basin, Sweetwater County, : Donald E. Savage, B. Waters, J. Hutchison, D.

Anderson. The Buck Spring Quarries, located in the southern part of the type area of the Lost Cabin Member of the Wind River Formation, Wind River Basin, Wyoming, provide one of the richest assemblages of fossil vertebrates known from the latest Wasatchian Land-Mammal Age (ca. Ma, Lostcabinian, early Eocene) of North America.

An Illustrated Guide to the British Middle Eocene Vertebrates. Book January Additions to the fish fauna of the english Palaeogene; 1. two new species of Alopias (thresher shark) from. The Pterobranch Rhabdopleura in the English Eocene Volume 1, Page 1 The vertebrate faunas of the Lower Old Red Sandstone of the Welsh Borders.

The report which is tentatively titled "Eocene Biochronology of North America" is to be published as a chapter in a book being edited by M. Woodburne for the University of California Press with the title Vertebrate Paleontology as a Discipline in Geo- chronology. (Cope, ) was the first work to deal with the entire vertebrate fauna of.

Later Eocene vertebrate faunas are somewhat better developed in areas outside of North America ; however, it is in North America, especially the western United States, that the most abundant and extensive Eocene terrestrial vertebrate record exists.

Eocene rocks were deposited in much the same regions as those of the preceding Paleocene Epoch. Purchase Pleistocene Vertebrate Faunas of Hungary, Volume 8 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Get this from a library.

The distribution of the Karroo vertebrate fauna: with special reference to certain genera and the bearing of this distribution on the zoning of the Beaufort beds. [James William Kitching].

This is an incomplete list that briefly describes vertebrates that were extant during the Maastrichtian, a stage of the Late Cretaceous Period which extended from to 66 million years before was the last time period in which non-avian dinosaurs, pterosaurs, plesiosaurs, and mosasaurs existed.

the Eocene and the Oligocene (after Legendre et al., in press) and oxygene isotopic curves (TOP) from Site / in the Bay of Biscaye (after Miller and Curry, ). Decreases in mammalian. Eocene sediments for the Eureka Sound Group in Canada’s Arctic Archipelago preserve evidence of lush rain forests.

The Eocene Epoch, 56 - million years ago, was characterized by the rapid. Research on Paleocene-Eocene Mammals and the PETM Originally part of the Eocene, it was separated because of its distinctively more primitive flora and vertebrate fauna.

Now, in a nutshell, the Paleocene represents the time between the extinction of dinosaurs and the first appearance of horses. Order book or Request PDF/reprint Errol Ivor White (–), British paleoichthyologist. Authored taxa. 11 taxon names authored by Errol Ivor White (List may be incomplete) Publications (List may be incomplete) White, E.I.

The vertebrate faunas of the English Eocene. From the Thanet. The Eocene Arctic vertebrate fauna strengthens the hypotheses for Eocene dispersal across polar land bridges, as it shares several genera with Europe and Asia (Eberle and McKenna, ). Moreover, there is evidence that large herbivores such as hippo-like Coryphodon were year-round inhabitants in the Eocene High Arctic, a prob-File Size: 3MB.

We report the discovery of a fauna of primates from Eocene (˜45 Myr) deposits in China having a diversity greater than in European and North American localities of similar antiquity. From the Cited by: Late Cretaceous–Eocene Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming A medium-sized crocodilian genus that lived into the Eocene.

†Brachychampsa †Brachychampsa montana; – Ma Hell Creek Formation, Montana, USA A globidontan distinguished by an enlarged fourth maxillary tooth in the upper jaw. Its genus dates back to the Campanian and lived until the Danian. In addition to horses, the Miocene mammal faunas of North American were dominated by rhinos, such as Teleoceras, a large variety of camels, extinct relatives of elephants called gomphotheres, “bone-crushing” borophagine dogs, and cat-like saber-toothed predators known as nimravids.This fauna also contains the first large early Eocene vertebrates from India, including an unidentified Coryphodon-like pantodont, a dyrosaurid crocodyliform and a new giant madtsoiid snake.

Among the Tadkeshwar vertebrates several taxa are of Gondwana affinities, such as Pelomedusoides turtles, dyrosaurids, and large madtsoiids, attesting that Cited by:   The Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Upper Eocene Strata in the Northeastern Part of the Wind River Basin, Wyoming Part 2.

The Mammalian Fauna of the Badwater Area.