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Vertebrate paleontology of eastern Canada

Vertebrate paleontology of eastern Canada

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Published by International Geological Congress in Montreal .
Written in English


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  The Laboratory for Vertebrate Paleontology at the University of Allberta houses type specimens of fossil fishes. This book is a catalogue of these specimens. Included for each entry is taxonomy, detailed collection locality information, the citation wherein the species was originally described, and a list of individual type :// /Bruner/p/book/ Shallow-Water Foraminifera and Other Microscopic Biota of Clipperton Island, Tropical Eastern Pacific. Mary L McGann TZ Going Beyond Appearances: Examination of Hidden Paint Layers in a Gulistan of Sa'di from the Freer Gallery of Art. Elisabetta Polidori

Review of recently collected material of Eohiodon from North America suggests that there are two valid species, E. rosei (Hussakof) and E. woodroffi Wilson. Eohiodon falcatus Grande is identical to E. woodruffi in known skeletal features and nearly all meristic features and is treated as a junior synonym of the latter. The fossil genus Eohiodon Cavender differs from Hiodon Lesueur, which is The geological and paleoenvironmental setting and the vertebrate taxonomy of the fossiliferous, Cenomanian-age deltaic sediments in eastern Morocco, generally referred to as the “Kem Kem beds”, are reviewed. These strata are recognized here as the Kem Kem Group, which is composed of the lower Gara Sbaa and upper Douira ://

1 Department of Vertebrate Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street, New York, NY , U.S.A.; Laboratory for Vertebrate Paleontology, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G2E9 Canada * Corresponding :// Part of the Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology book series (VERT) Abstract The farm Nooitgedacht 68 in the Bethulie District of the South African Karoo Basin contains strata that record a complete Permo-Triassic boundary sequence providing important new data regarding the end-Permian extinction event in South ://


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