2 edition of Rodents of the Calf Creek local fauna (Cypress Hills formation, Oligocene, Chadronian), Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
Rodents of the Calf Creek local fauna (Cypress Hills formation, Oligocene, Chadronian), Saskatchewan
John E. Storer
by Saskatchewan Culture and Youth, Museum of Natural History in Regina
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 52-54.
|Statement||by John E. Storer ; with ill. by James S. McLean.|
|Series||Natural history contributions ;, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QE882.R6 S76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||79321293|
The Rahn Farm local fauna, Thompson Creek fauna of Douglass, and McCarty's Mountain fauna all appear to be closely correlative and would seem to fall within the earlier part of the late early Chadronian NALMA as this interval has Cited by: 3. Cenozoic Fossil Dating Scheme Illusory. oreodonts, marsupials, and rodents. 1,2, Reptiles and amphibians, including crocodiles, have also been excavated indicating a. tropical to subtropical. J.A., Herpetofauna of the Calf Creek local fauna (Lower Oligocene: Cypress Hills formation) of Saskatchewan.
The Buda Local Fauna (LF) was found in the Buda Quarry, an abandoned limestone mine located about 8 km southwest of High Springs, Alachua County, northern peninsular Florida (29°45′N, 82°38′W). The Buda LF, discovered in February by SD Webb, N Tessman, JS Waldrop, and E Kayworth, occurred in a clay-filled sinkhole formed in Eocene Author: Nicholas J. Czaplewski, Gary S. Morgan. studies on sedimentology, paleobotany, herpetofauna, avifauna, and mammalian local faunas. We describe the ichthyofauna from the Eastend area of the formation, representing late Eocene Chadronian to early Oligocene Whitneyan deposits. This fauna is diverse, including at least 14 ﬁsh taxa: Lepisosteus, Amiinae, by: 6.
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Get this from a library. Rodents of the Calf Creek local fauna (Cypress Hills formation, Oligocene, Chadronian), Saskatchewan. [John E Storer]. Rodents of the Calf Creek local fauna (Cypress Hills formation, Oligocene, Chadronian), Saskatchewan by John E.
Storer 1 edition - first published in Rodent fauna of the late Tertiary beds at Virgin Valley and Thousand Creek, Nevada. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 5, – Kelly, T.
Carnivora and Creodonta of the Calf Creek Local Fauna (Late Eocene, Chadronian), Cypress Hills Formation, Saskatchewan. The Mammalia from the Calf Creek Local Fauna, Cypress Hills Formation, Saskatchewan, include various Carnivora ( specimens) and Creodonta Cited by: 4.
A Lower Oligocene deposit, the Calf Creek local fauna of the Cypress Hills Formation, near Eastend, Saskatchewan, yielded the remains of one salamander, three anurans, three turtles, a crocodilian, six lizards, and three by: the Calf Creek local fauna should be placed in the late early Chadronian or the early medial Chadronian remains the subject of some dispute (see Storerfor discussion).
The ischyromyid rodents Reithroparamys sp., Ischyrotomus cf. compressidens, and Is-chyrotomus cf. eugenei are present in the Swift Current Author: John Storer. The Southfork Local Fauna, Cypress Hills Formation, Cypress Hills Plateau, southwestern Saskatchewan, is distinctly older than the nearby Calf Creek Local Fauna.
Co-occurrence at Southfork of Hyracodon petersoni, Brachyhyops viensis, Leptomeryx cf. yoderi, and Leptomeryx cf. by: 7. The first records at Florissant of the lipotyphlans Centetodon and Domnina, the lagomorph Megalagus, and the rodents Pelycomys, Eutypomys, Ischyromys, and Adjidaumo were discovered in and were described by Worley-Georg and Eberle ().We build upon that research by providing systematic description of several more members of the Florissant mammalian fauna.
A scampering non-hopping rabbit Palaeolagus temnodon and Megalagus were some of the Eocdene-Oligocene mammalian paleofauna uncovered at the Cypress Hills Formation of Saskatchewan. An abundance of Calf Creek Local Fauna has been unearthed at the Cypress Hills Formation.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Impact Factor. Herpetotherium valens (Lambe), a didelphid marsupial from the Calf Creek local fauna (Chadronian), Saskatchewan. Jaelyn Eberle & John E. Storer. Pages: book review. Dinosaur eggs and. Rodents of the Calf Creek Local Fauna (Cypress Hills Formation, Oligocene, Chadronian), Saskatchewan.
Sas-katchewan Museum of Natural History, Natural History Contribu-tions, No. I, Author: John Storer. Two species of the eomyid rodent Paradjidaumo are recognized from the Chadronian (latest Eocene) White River Formation in the Flagstaff Rim area of Wyoming: P.
hansonorum from early Chadronian levels and P. nanus, new species, from higher levels representing the. fauna (Ostrander, ) with specimens, the Calf Creek local fauna with approximately specimens (J. Storer, pers. comm. ), the Flagstaff Rim sequence of faunas with very approximat specimens (R.
Emry, pers. comm. ) and the Pipestone Springs local fauna which is represented by several hundreds of specimens in. A latest Chadronian (Late Eocene) mammalian fauna from the Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 31(8) February with 14 ReadsAuthor: John Storer.
STORER, J. Rodents of the Calf Creek local fauna (Cypress Hills Formation, Oligo-cene, Chadronian) Saskatchewan. Natural His-tory Contributions Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, TABRUM, A.
and R. FIELDS. Revised mammalian faunal list for the Pipestone Springs local fauna (Chadronian, Early Oligocene), Jef Rodents of the Calf Creek Local Fauna (Cypress Hills Formation, Oligocene, Chadronian).
Contributions of the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, 1: 1 – Viret, J. and Casoli, M. STORER, JOHN E. - Lagomorphs of the Calf Creek Local Fauna (Cypress Hills Formation, Oligocene, Chadronian), Saskatchewan STORER, JOHN E. - Rodents of the Calf Creek Local Fauna: (Cypress Hills Formation, Oligocene, Chadronian), Saskatchewan STORER, JOHN E.
- Tertiary Mammals of Saskatchewan. Part III: The Miocene Fauna. Ma (Swisher and Prothero, ; Prothero, ). The Calf Creek Local Fauna is the most diverse of these local faunas and best approximates the formerly recognized 'Cypress Hills Oligocene' (Storer, ).
It comprises about 75 mammalian species from more than 40 families, according to Storer (). The Calf Creek. This story and I go back a long to the s, in fact.
We were living on East 42nd in Austin at the time. Our next-door neighbor was a WW I vet named Ralph A. Doyal. His grandfather was Matthew A. Doyal, whose name is on the Calf Creek historical marker—misspelled as ‘Doyle’—because he was with Jim Bowie at the Calf Creek fight.
Calf Creek local fauna, Russell provided a thorough description of H. valens based on specimens from the Royal Saskatchewan Museum collection and on those from the Royal Ontario Museum collected by Gyrmov (Russell, ).
Russell () noted that marked variation seen among the upper molars, in particular in the relative.Leptomerycid Artiodactyla of the Calf Creek local fauna (Cypress Hills formation, Oligocene, Chadronian), Saskatchewan by John E.
Storer Der Höhlenbär in den Alpen by Jürg Paul Müller Evolution of South American Mammalian Carnivores During the Cenozoic by Francisco J. Prevosti.Insectivores, rodents, and carnivores of the Toledo Bend Local Fauna: an Arikareean (earliest Miocene) assemblage from the Texas Coastal Plain.
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