2 edition of Gnathabelodon thorpei, gen. et sp. nov. found in the catalog.
Gnathabelodon thorpei, gen. et sp. nov.
Erwin Hinckley Barbour
|Statement||by Erwin Hinckley Barbour and George F. Sternberg.|
|Series||Bulletin / Nebraska State Museum -- v. 1, no. 42, Bulletin (University of Nebraska State Museum) -- v. 1, no. 42.|
|Contributions||Sternberg, George F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. -404 :|
|Number of Pages||404|
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Gnathabelodon thorpei, gen. et sp. nov by Erwin Hinckley Barbour,University of Nebraska edition, in English Gnathabelodon thorpei, gen.
et sp. nov.: a new mud-grubbing mastodon / by Erwin Hinckley Barbour and George F. Sternberg. series title Bulletin / Nebraska State Museum ; v.
1, no. GNATHABELODON THORPE!, gen. et sp. nov. A new mud-grubbing Mastodon By ERWIN HINCKLEY BARBOUR, AND GEORGE) F. STERNBEIRG In February,while opening a gravel pit to get material for highway construction, the skull, tusks, and man dible of a new longirostral mastodont were found by ?article=&context=museumbulletin.
In February,while opening a gravel pit to get material for highway construction, the Gnathabelodon thorpei, tusks, and mandible of a new longirostral mastodont were found by Robert Arnold on his ranch, Sec.
24, T. 12 S., R. 22 W., 1 1/2 miles due east of Ogallah, Trego County, western Kansas. This point is located about 20 miles west and three miles north of Hays, the seat of the Fort Hays Kansas State Non è chiaro quale fosse l'utilizzo della strana struttura a calzascarpe di Gnathabelodon; forse rovistava tra le paludi in cerca di materiale vegetale, che raccoglieva con la mandibola e con l'aiuto delle zanne superiori.
Bibliografia. Barbour and G. Sternberg. Gnathabelodon thorpei, gen. gen. et sp. nov. book sp. zione Classificazione Paleobiologia Bibliografia Gnathabelodon thorpei, gen.
et sp. nov. A new mud-grubbing mastodon. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, Sources. A Pictorial Guide to Fossils by Gerard Ramon Case; Classification of Mammals by Malcolm C. McKenna and Susan K.
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Nie posiadały dolnych ciosów, co wyróżniało je spośród takich rodzajów, jak Platybelodon czy :// Everhart, M.J. Rare occurrence of a Globidens sp. (Reptilia; Mosasauridae) dentary in the Sharon Springs member of the Pierre Shale (middle Campanian) of western Kansas.
in Unlocking the Unknown, Papers Honoring Dr. Richard J. Zakrzewski (G.H. Farley & J.R. Choate, eds.). Fort Hays State Studies Special Issue Number :// Prosthennops xiphodonticus, sp. nov., a new fossil Peccary from Nebraska. Erwin H. Barbour, (8 pages) Gnathabelodon thorpei, gen.
et sp. nov., a New Mud-grubbing Mastodon. Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum Parent taxon: Gomphotheriidae according to W. Lambert and J. Shoshani ?a=taxonInfo&taxon_no= Teeth and mandible of Gnathabelodon thorpei from the original publication of Barbour and Sternberg (). A, occlusal and B, lateral views of mandible bearing deeply worn m2 and m3.
C, lateral The gomphotheres were widespread throughout South America from the middle Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the late Pleistocene (Prado et al., ; Reguero et al., ; Prado and Alberdi, ).
Simpson and Paula Couto () proposed that all of the gomphotheres known from South America derived from a single radiation in Central ?script=sci_arttext&pid=S The locality is dated to Late Orleanian, MN 5; the palaeomagnetic record suggests an age of ~ Ma for the fossiliferous levels of Thymiana (Bonis et al., a(Bonis et al., b, Koufos et Gnathabelodon have a spoon-shaped symphysis with absence of lower tusk.
The type species of the genus is Gnathabelodon thorpei described by Barbour and Sternberg (); there is a complete skull at Sternberg Museum of Natural History (Kansas).
Phiomia is not an outgroup as far from gomphoteres, as could be seen in Fig. 4 of Cozzuol et al. additions to the N.Z. biota (species only, with no assumption that names are compliant with the relevant code of nomenclature).
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An illustration of text ellipses. Recently, Reguero et al. indicated that they may have been present at Ma (late Pliocene; representatives in the Uquía Formation) but this needs further study. Campbell et al. suggested that they arrived in South America during the late Miocene, but the chronology of their data is inconclusive (Alberdi et This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology publishes on all aspects of vertebrate paleontology, such as vertebrate origins, evolution, and functional :// Select bibliography on the Proboscidea.
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Send to: Arlene M. Borg, S. W Port St. Lucie 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.
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