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|Statement||Robert J. Emry and William W. Korth.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to paleobiology ;, no. 67|
|Contributions||Korth, William W.|
|LC Classifications||QE701 .S56 no. 67, QE882.R6 .S56 no. 67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||89600114|
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The fauna as a whole, and the rodents in particular, share the greatest homotaxial similarity with early Bridgerian (early middle Eocene) faunas elsewhere, allowing a confident early Bridgerian age assignment for the Elderberry Canyon Local Fauna.
Rodents of the Bridgerian (middle Eocene) Elderberry Canyon local fauna of eastern Nevada. [Robert J Emry; William W Korth] -- The Elderberry Canyon Local Fauna, presently represented by more than 40 vertebrate taxa, including at least 30 mammals, occurs in carbonate rocks assigned to the Sheep Pass Formation, near Ely.
The diversity of Bridgerian rodents from Fossil Basin is impressive. Species of Leptotomus, Paramys, Thisbemys, Microparamys, Sciuravus, Mysops, and Pauromys demonstrate that a wide range of adaptations of environments was exploited by the rodents.
Mammals of the Bridgerian (middle Eocene) Elderberry Canyon Local Fauna of eastern Nevada Author(s) Robert J. Emry. A PDF is a digital representation of the print book, so while it can be loaded into most e-reader programs, it doesn't allow for resizable text or advanced, interactive functionality.
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Rodents of the Bridgerian (middle Eocene) Elderberry Canyon local fauna of eastern Nevada. The Bridgerian is preceded by the Wasatchian and followed by the Uintan NALMA stages.
Substages. The Bridgerian is considered to contain the following substages: Twinbuttean: Lower boundary source of the base of the Bridgerian (approximate).
Lutetian which is contained within the Middle Eocene sharing the lower boundary. Emry, R.J. Mammals of the Bridgerian (middle Eocene) Elderberry Canyon Local Fauna of eastern Nevada. In: T. Bown and K. Rose (Eds.), Daum of the Age of Mammals in the Northern Part of the Rocky Mountain Interior, North America.
Geological Society of America Special Paperpp. – Geological Society of America, Boulder Cited by: Korth, William W. Earliest Tertiary evolution and radiation of rodents in North America / William W.
Korth Carnegie Museum of Natural History Pittsburgh. With a skull about 1 meter ( ft) long, and standing some metres ( ft) tall at the shoulder, with a weight estimated to be around 2, kilograms (5, lb), Eobasilius was the largest looked much like the related Uintatherium, it had three pairs of blunt horns on its skull, possibly covered with skin like the ossicones of a : †Uintatheriidae.
The second part reviews almost all the important terrestrial reptiles and mammals found near the Eocene-Oligocene boundary in the White River chronofauna, from the turtles, snakes and lizards to the common rodents, carnivores, artiodactyls, and Range: £ - £ Erlianomys from AS-1 is a primitive myodont rodent and it is more primitive than Palasiomys and Pappocricetodon (Tong,Tong, ) from the Middle Eocene Liguanqiao and Yuanqu basins, and Elymys (Emry and Korth,Emry, ) from the early Bridgerian (early Middle Eocene) Sheep Pass Formation near Ely, Nevada, North America (Table 2 Cited by: 7.
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and Emry, Robert J. These fossils included the first Bridgerian fossil taxa, Omomys carteri; and the skull discovered by Robinson, which was described as Palaeosyops paludosus.
Another researcher responsible for sending off specimens was Dr. Joseph K. Corson, a close friend of Leidy's who hosted him and his family on two three to Fort Bridger in, and Country: United States.
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Fossil mammals from the Bridger Formation have been the subject of numerous studies and large collections from this formation have been made since before the 20th Century (Matthew,Woodburne, ).In contrast to the preceding Bridgerian NALMA, the Uintan NALMA is characterized by the first appearance of selenodont cetartiodactyls and cursorial rhinocerotoids, an increase in rodent Cited by: Book Reviews: Vertebrate Microfossil Assemblages, by Julia Sankey and Sven Baszio (editors) Holbrook, Luke Book Reviews: The Rise of Horses, by Jens Lorenz Franzen Holbrook, Luke T.; and Lapergola, Joshua A new genus of perissodactyl (Mammalia) from the Bridgerian of Wyoming, with comments on basal perissodactyl phylogeny Selected Publications from the Department.
Miyata, K. and Deméré, T.A. New Material of a ‘Short-Faced’ Trogosus (Mammalia, Tillodontia) from the Delmar Formation (Bridgerian), San Diego County, California, l of Vertebrate Paleontology e The book references its own existence, breaks the fourth wall, and is thick with parable. If there's a literary device, you'll find it wedged in between these pages.
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These exceptionally preserved endocasts shed light on the earliest stages of rodent brain evolution and permit detailed comparisons with later occurring rodents [ 6 ], as well as other Palaeocene and Eocene euarchontoglirans [ 7 – 12 ].Cited by: We describe and analyze the postcranial skeleton of Wasatchian rodents based on more than 30 new skeletal associations representing at least four genera and six species, all but one species attributed to Paramyidae.
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Whereas the effect of climate on modern biota is well understood, assigning climate a direct role in Cenozoic land mammal faunal changes has been questioned ().Evidence presented here indicates that the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum (EECO), and the Bridgerian Crash (BC) reflect distinct episodes of Eocene climate change in North Cited by: John Mullan's ten of the best rats in literature.
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