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liassic therapsid Oligokyphus.
Walter Georg Kuhne
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The Liassic Therapsid Oligokyphus / By. British Museum (Natural History). Department of Geology. [Mammals]. Kühne, Walter G (Walter Georg) Publication Details. London, Year. Holding Institution.
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The small quadrate was moveable, buttressed medially be a large stapes. Sound conduction from the tympanum was via articular, quadrate and stapes. The Liassic Therapsid Oligokyphus.
Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; First record of the tritylodontid cynodont Oligokyphus and cynodont postcranial bones from the McCoy Brook Formation of Nova Scotia, Canada. Tim J. Fedak, a Hans-Dieter Sues, b Paul E.
Olsen c a Fundy Geological Museum, Two Islands Road, Parrsboro, NS B0M 1S0, Canada. b Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural. First record of the tritylodontid cynodont Oligokyphus and cynodont postcranial bones from the McCoy Brook Formation of Nova Scotia, Canada Kühne, W.G.
The Liassic Therapsid Oligokyphus. The Liassic Therapsid Oligokyphus / By British Museum (Natural History). Department of Geology. [Mammals]. and Walter G (Walter Georg) K\ufchne. Abstract ( Publisher: London, Year: OAI identifier: oai::item/ The age, fauna and palaeoenvironment of the Late Triassic fissure deposits of Tytherington, South Gloucestershire, UK - Volume Issue 1 - D.
WHITESIDE, J. MARSHALL. Originally known only from two isolated postcanine teeth from the Rhaeto-Liassic of southern Germany (Hennig ), Oligokyphus has subsequently been recorded from Early Jurassic strata in.
A therapsid tooth from the Forest Marble (Middle Jurassic) of Dorset P. ENSOM ENSOM, P. A therapsid tooth from the Forest Marble (Middle Jurassic) of Dorset. Proc.
Geol. Ass., 88 (4), A tooth fragment from the Forest Marble near Bridport, Dorset, is described and tentatively identified as Stereognathus sp.
Charlesworth Kühne WG () The Liassic therapsid Oligokyphus. Trustees of the British Museum, London. pp Google Scholar Langer MC, Ribeiro AM, Schultz CL, Ferigolo J () The continental tetrapod bearing Triassic of south Brazil. Bonaparte, “El primer ictidosaurio (Reptilia-Therapsida) de America del sur, Chaliminia musteloides, del Triasico superior de la Rioja, Republica Argentina,” in Acta ss Argentina Paleontol.
Biooestrag. Congr. Latinoamer. A new genus and species of Tritylodontidae, Yuanotherium minor, is described and compared with other known new taxon is represented by a partially preserved upper jaw with three postcanines, collected from the upper part of the Shishugou Formation (Oxfordian, Late Jurassic) in the Wucaiwan area of the Junggar Basin, northwestern Xinjiang, China.
The Liassic therapsid Oligokyphus. British Museum (Natural History), London Belongs to Oligokyphus according to W. Kühne Sister taxa: Oligokyphus biserialis, Oligokyphus lufengensis, Oligokyphus major, Oligokyphus triserialis. Type specimen: NHMUK R, a maxilla. - The Liassic therapsid Oligokyphus. - British Museum (Natural History), London - W. Kühne - The Liassic Therapsid Oligokyphus.
Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History), London. Sues H-D. The skull and dentition of two tritylodontid synapsids from the Lower Jurassic of western North America.
Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. – Clemens W. Rhaeto-Liassic mammals from Switzerland and West Germany. Oligokyphus is an extinct genus of advanced herbivorous cynodonts of the late Triassic to early Jurassic periods.
Originally considered to be an early mammal, it is now classified as a Mammaliamorph (nearly a mammal) because Oligokyphus does not have the mammalian jaw attachments and it retains a vestigial joint between the quadrate bone and the squamosal bone in the skull.to the English L-ower Liassic [R.
Hoffstettert Bull. Mus. Htst. Nat. Paris Ser. 2 29, ()]. Theropoddinosaurs are represented by fragmentary remains ofdoubtful diagnostic val-ue [M.
Waldman,Palaeontol (); A. F.'Lapparent,Sciences (Paris) 51, 1 ()]. The pterosaur families Dimorphodontidae and Rhamphorhynchidae.Books by Walter Kuhne The Liassic Therapsid Oligokyphus by Walter Georg Kuhn e, Walter Georg Kühn e, British Museum Hardcover, Pages, Published by Intercept Ltd ISBNISBN: