|Author:||Loris S. Russell|
|Publisher:||Royal Ontario Museum (February 1980)|
|Category:||Math and Science|
|Other formats:||lrf doc mobi doc|
Part V, The Oligocene entelodonts. Russell, Loris Shano, 1904-; Royal Ontario Museum.
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Tertiary mammals of Saskatchewan part V; The Oligocene Entelodonts. The Mammalia of the Duchesne River Oligocene. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, 34(3): 209-253. Life Science s Contributions of the Royal Ontario Museum 122. ^ Peterson, . A revision of Entelodontidae. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, 9:41-158. A functional interpretation of the masticatory system and paleoecology of Entelodonts. The Mammals of the Eocene Duchesne River Formation. e. Vertebrate Paleontology in Utah.
Tertiary Mammals of Saskatchewan Part V: The Oligocene Entelodonts
Tertiary Mammals of Saskatchewan Part V: The Oligocene Entelodonts. Life Science Contribution, Royal Ontario Museum 122:1-48 [J. Alroy/J. Archaeotherium belongs to Entelodontidae' according to L. S. Russell 1980 'Elotherium arctatum is a subjective synonym of Archaeotherium coarctatum' according to L. Russell 1980 'Elotherium coarctatum is recombined as Archaeotherium coarctatum' according to L. Russell 1980 'Elotherium is a nomen dubium' according to L. Russell 1980.
Tertiary mammals of Saskatchewan. pt. 5. The Oligocene entelodonts, Loris S. 1. The Eocene fauna, Loris S. 3. The Miocene fauna, John E. Storer. 4. The Oligocene anthracotheres, Loris S. 6. The Oligocene rhinoceroses, Loris S. 7. Oligocene marsupials, Loris S. Includes bibliographies. Eocene–Oligocene fauna of the Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan. Life Sciences Contribution of the Royal Ontario Museum 84: 1–97. New York: Cambridge University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
Russell, L. 1980a, Tertiary mammals of Saskatchewan Part V: The . 1980a, Tertiary mammals of Saskatchewan Part V: The Oligocene. entelodonts: ROM Life Sciences Contributions 122, 42 p. Russell, L. 1980b, A new species of Brachyhyops? (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). from the Oligocene Cypress Hills Formation of Saskatehewan: ROM Life Sci-. ences Occasional Paper 33, 5 p. Schiebout, J. A. and Schrodt, A. 1981, Vertebrate paleontology of the lower. Tertiary Baca Formation of western New Mexico: Geological Society of America. The first part of this book summarizes the latest information in the dating and correlation of the strata of late middle Eocene through early Oligocene age in North America.