new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California

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SeriesUniversity of California publications. Bulletin of the Department of geology -- v. 19, no. 8, University of California publications in geological sciences -- v. 19, no. 8.
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Soricid remains collected from Bed I of Olduvai Gorge are described. The great majority of the specimens are mandibles. A survey of the mandibles of. Buy A new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California (University of California publications.

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a Stirton (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : R. a Stirton. The genus Sorex is one of the most diverse and ecologically successful lineages of the family Soricidae.

We present the first multilocus nuclear phylogeny focusing on the nominal subgenus Sorexwhich is distributed mainly in the northern Palearctic. The nuclear tree (six exons) provides more resolution than the mitochondrial data (cytb) and supports subdivision into eight species.

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Sci., A new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California. This book draws together a mass of information on dental studies in archaeology and related disciplines and provides. The ages of the rich Central Anatolian Late Miocene mammal sites Hayranlý 1 and Düzyayla are only approximately known.

A new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California. A new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California. University of California Publications, Bulletin of Department of Geological Science, Stirton, R.A. Cenozoic mammal remains from the San Francisco Bay region.

University of California Bulletin Department of Geological Sciences, This is an upper cheek tooth from an extinct three-toed horse, called Scaphohippus spwhose rather common to abundant skeletal elements in the Barstow beds were formerly assigned to the genus Merychippus--spotted in badlands eroded from the youngest sedimentary deposits in the middle Miocene Barstow Formation, Mojave Desert, California; that.

Jin C.-Z., & Kawamura Y. (b). A new genus of shrew from the Pliocene of Yinan, Shandong Province, northern China. Transactions of the Proceedings of the Palaeontological Society of Japan, N.S.

– Google Scholar. New sea turtle fossils from the Miocene of Peru, described as a new genus and species (Pacifichelys urbinai n. gen. and n. sp.), correspond to the durophagous ecomorph. This new taxon is closely related to a recently described sea turtle from the middle Miocene of California, USA (Pacifichelys hutchisoni n.

comb.), providing additional. Here, we describe the odobenid Nanodobenus arandai gen. et sp. nov., based on a nearly complete left mandible from the mid to late Miocene Tortugas Formation in Baja California Sur.

Nanodobenus is distinguished among odobenids by displaying a unique combination of plesiomorphic and derived characters, such as narrow mandibular symphysis, well-developed genial tuberosity, bilobed canine.

R.A. StirtonA new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California. University of California Publications University of California Publications Bull. Dpt. Geol. Sci., 19 (8) (), pp. Archaebranchinecta barstowensis is a species of fairy shrimp that inhabited California during the Middle Miocene Its fecal material is abdundant in the concretions from the Barstow Formation.

A limited number of whole specimens have been found, and they represent the "best-preserved fossil anostracan known to date". The closest relative of A. barstowensis appears to be Archaebranchinecta.

A new genus of sciaenid fish Caucasisciaena is erected to accommodate the Early Miocene eastern Paratethys species Perca ignota Smirnov,which, subsequently, was variously attributed to the modern genera, either Larimus or materials examined include 32 specimens from four Caucasian and Crimean localities of Sakaraulian age (Lower Burdigalian).

Museum of Paleontology of the University of California he, in turn, insisted A new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California. Univ. California Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol. Sci.,2 figs.

A new genus of the family Vespertilionidae from the San Pedro Pliocene of Arizona. Asher et al. () convincingly identified the Eocene Parapternodontidae as the sister taxon of the Soricidae. Some genetic studies suggest a closer relationship of shrews to bats (e.g., Narita et al., ), but these studies did not include relevant fossil taxa identified by Asher et al.

The passerine remains from Rancho La Brea in the paleontological collections of the University of California Structure of the San Gabriel Mountains, north of Los Angeles, California A new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California A Pliocene mastodon skull from California, Pliomastodon Vexillarius, n.

sp Fossil termite pellets from the Seminole Pleistocene The Devonian of. Here is a series of silicified--replaced by the mineral chalcedony (silicon dioxide)--midge pupae from the middle Miocene Barstow Formation, Mojave Desert, California.

For perspective, the pupa at far right, in the upper row, is 4 millimeter long (about a sixth of an inch). Two late middle Miocene to early late Miocene (12–11 Ma) soricid populations from Spain and Germany are re-described and assigned to Crusafontina and Darocasorex, gen.

et sp. nov., primitive genera within the Anourosoricini. The relatively advanced morphology of these oldest Anourosoricini genera known suggest a much earlier date for the origin of the tribe.

Molecular phylogenetics support. SUBFAMILIES AND GENERA OF THE SORICIDAE By CHARLES A. KEPENNING ABSTRACT The shrews constitute a distinct and uniform but phylo- genetically diverse family in. I cover this Valley Fever subject at my page pertaining to the middle Miocene Barstow Formation fossil insects, "Fossil Insects And Vertebrates On The Mojave Desert, California," specifically under the section entitled, "Health Advisory.".

Notiosorex shrews (Soricomorpha: Soricidae) have a fossil history that extends to the Miocene (i.e., mid-Hemphillian). In the intervening million years, N. repenningi, N. jacksoni, and what heretofore was considered N.

crawfordi existed with varying degrees of overlap in occurrence timewise and in geographic distribution in areas of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive Ground-water quality along the Mojave River near Barstow, California, Lawrence A.

Eccles Not in Library. Tribal-state gaming compact between the State of California and the Bi California. Legislature. A new genus of Soricidae from the Barstow Miocene of California R. This article records new taxa of fossil mammals of every kind that have been described during the yearas well as other significant discoveries and events related to paleontology of mammals that occurred in the year Early Paleogene insectivore mammal associations of Asia include true insectivores (superorder Insectivora: order Lipotyphla: suborders Erinaceomorpha and Soricomorpha; orders Didymoconida and Leptictida) and insectivore-like placentals (superorder Ferae: order Cimolesta: suborders Didelphodonta, Palaeoryctida, and Pantolesta).

The associations from Mongolia are the most taxonomically diverse.A new genus of prairie dog (Sciuridae, Rodentia) from the Miocene (Barstovian of Montana and Clarendonian of Nebraska) and the classification of Nearctic ground squirrels (Marmotini).

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