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Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov.

Erwin Hinckley Barbour

Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov.

by Erwin Hinckley Barbour

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Published by University of Nebraska in [Lincoln] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Proboscidea, Fossil.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAmebelodon fricki
    Statementby Erwin Hinckley Barbour.
    SeriesBulletin / Nebraska State Museum -- v. 1, no. 13, Bulletin (University of Nebraska State Museum) -- v. 1, no. 13.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .N35 v.1, no.13
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. [131]-134 :
    Number of Pages134
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20762046M

    Here we describe a new species of Konobelodon Lambert, — a poorly known tetralophodont shovel-tusked proboscidean — from the Late Miocene of the Linxia Basin, China. Detailed osteological anatomies of skulls, teeth, and partial postcranial bones of the new taxon, Konobelodon robustus n. sp., are described and detailed morphological comparisons with the other species of Konobelodon (K   A new species of Dinictis (D. major) American Journal of Science 35 Š üïÿÿÿ?½ Osborn, H. F. b The extinct rhinoceroses Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History 1 3 h üïÿÿÿ?¾ Cope, E. D. d American Aceratheria American Naturalist 13 5 d üïÿÿÿ?¿ ¢ Wood, H. E., II

      Black, Davidson () - Preliminary note on additional Sinanthropus material discovered in Chou Kou Tien during Bull. Geol. Soc. China, 8 , 2 figs., 6 pls.   E.H. BarbourPreliminary notice of a new proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, 13 (), pp. Google Scholar

    Full text of "Fauna and paleoecology of the late Miocene moss acres racetrack site, Marion County, Florida" See other formats Abstract: The trilophodont gomphothere group is a monophyletic group of genera separated from other proboscideans by one synapomorphy, the presence of trefoil‐shaped wear patterns on the occlusal surfaces of their teeth. These wear patterns vary from being just a single trefoil, through double trefoils, to more complex combinations of trefoils. They are present in all of the genera studied


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Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov by Erwin Hinckley Barbour Download PDF EPUB FB2

PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF A NEW PROBOSCIDEAN AMEBELODON FRICKI, gen. et sp. nov. By ERWIN HINCKLEY BARBOUR Pursuant to advice from Mr. Keith of Freedom, Frontier County, Nebraska, the first Morrill Geological Expedition of the year was organized with Mr. Philip Orr in charge, and Mr.

Keith's farm was visited at once, and on?article=&context=museumbulletin. Pursuant to advice from Mr. Keith of Freedom, Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean amebelodon fricki County, Nebraska, the first Morrill Geological Expedition of the year was organized with Mr.

Philip Orr in charge, and Mr. Keith's farm was visited at once, and on April 4th,the mandible, one rib, and a toe bone of a new proboscidean   Preliminary notice of a new Proboscidean, Amebelodon fricki gen.

nov. Bulle Volume 1, June,the Nebraska State Museum. The mandibular tusks of Amebelodon fricki. Bulle Volume 1, December,the Nebraska State Museum. December,the Nebraska State Museum. The mandible of Amebelodon ?article=&context=museumbulletin.

Preliminary notice of a new Proboscidean, Amebelodon fricki gen. nov. Bulle Volume 1, June. the Nebraska State Museum. The mandibular tusks of Amebelodon fricki.

Bulle Volume 1, December,the Nebraska State Museum. The mandible of Amebelodon fricki. Bulle Volume 1,?article=&context=museumbulletin. THE NEBRASKA STATE MUSEUM FIG. Torynobelodon barnumbrowni, side view, showing a straight thin, stocky jaw with a very low ascending ramus.

The tusks are?article=&context=museumbulletin. Full reference: E. Barbour. Preliminary Notice of a New Proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum Parent taxon: Gomphotheriidae according to W. Lambert and J. Shoshani ?a=taxonInfo&taxon_no= Alternative combination: Amebelodon (Amebelodon) fricki Full reference: E.

Barbour. Preliminary Notice of a New Proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum Belongs to Amebelodon according to D. Geraads et al. Sister taxa: Amebelodon (Amebelodon), Amebelodon britti, Amebelodon floridanus, Amebelodon ?a=taxonInfo&taxon_no=   Barbour, E.

Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum – Barbour, E. The mandible of Amebelodon fricki. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum – Barbour, E. The mandibular tusks of Amebelodon fricki. Bulletin of the Preliminary Notice of a New Proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen.

et sp. nov. Erwin H. Barbour, (4 pages) VOLUME 1, BULLE DECEMBER The Milford Mastodon, Mastodon moodiei, sp. nov., a Preliminary Report.

Erwin H. Barbour, (8 pages) VOLUME 1, BULLE DECEMBER A new fossil bovid from Nebraska with notice of In addition, during the early Late Miocene (Tortonian) the sea–level fell drastically (see Haq et al., ), and it was probably during this time that Serbelodon, Amebelodon and Platybelodon reached North America via Beringia, where to be in contact with ?script=sci_arttext&pid=S A new 55 m.y.

global compilation of benthic foraminifera delta C and delta O for the middle to Late Cretaceous shows that there was widespread formation of bottom waters with temperatures E.

Barbour Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum –   A new longirostral mastodon from Nebraska, Tetrabelodon osborni sp. nov. American Journal of Science, BARBOUR, E.

Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov. Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum, 1(13) Presented here is a middle Miocene proboscidean fauna—deinotheres and gomphotheres—from lignites of the coal mine in Gračanica (Bugojno Basin) in Bosnia–Herzegovina.

The material, which exclusively comprises teeth (n = 42), is described and systematically discussed. The majority of the studied fossils represent Prodeinotherium bavaricum, but gomphotheres are also a common faunal element For Amebelodon and Platybelodon we used the data of Tobien (), and our own from Europe.

For Sinomastodon from China we used the diagnosis of Tobien et al. of its type species, S. intermedius. For Eubelodon we used the data of Osborn (), and for Rhynchotherium we In this article, we present new proboscidean remains from the late Miocene (Turolian) of Samos Island (Greece), which are stored in the old Samos collections of Darmstadt, Frankfurt a.M.

(Germany Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean Amebelo-don fricki, gen. et sp. nov. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum. Amebelodon fricki, Barboura, b; Amebelodon britti, Lambert,   Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov.

Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum, 1(13) B ARBOUR, E. E.H. BarbourPreliminary notice of a new proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, Gen. Et Sp. Nov. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, 1 (), pp. Google Scholar The proboscidean tracks (Fig. 15) have been described recently in terms of their biological attributes, and using new technologies including magnetometry and 3-D radar imaging for detecting and documenting the tracks (Urban et al.).

fricki: Barbour: Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean, Amebelodon fricki gen. et sp. nov. Bulletin Nebraska State Museum: Stegomastodon: primitivus: Osborn: Domning et al.

Two new Oligocene desmostylians and a discussion of Tethytherian systematics:  However, relative to the morphological variation of the mandible and mandibular tusks, ecological and phylogenetic differentiations within Amebelodontidae have been largely debated.

Here we evaluate a middle Miocene fossil accumulation of a new amebelodontid, Aphanobelodon zhaoi gen. et sp. nov. This species lacks upper tusks, which is unique University of Nebraska State Museum-Morrill