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Partial skull of the plesiadapiform primate Ignacius from the early Eocene of Wyoming

Kenneth David Rose

Partial skull of the plesiadapiform primate Ignacius from the early Eocene of Wyoming

by Kenneth David Rose

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Published by Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wyoming.
    • Subjects:
    • Paromomyidae.,
    • Paleontology -- Eocene.,
    • Paleontology -- Wyoming.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 189.

      Statementby Kenneth D. Rose and Philip D. Gingerich.
      SeriesContributions from the Museum of Paleontology, the University of Michigan ;, v. 24, no. 17, Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology ;, v. 24, no. 17.
      ContributionsGingerich, Philip D., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE701 .M5 vol. 24, no. 17, QE882.P7 .M5 vol. 24, no. 17
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 181-189 :
      Number of Pages189
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4696028M
      LC Control Number77622975

      ACompaniontoBiologicalAnthropologyACompaniontoBiologicalAnthropologyEditedbyClarkSpencerLarsen©


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Partial skull of the plesiadapiform primate Ignacius from the early Eocene of Wyoming by Kenneth David Rose Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Partial Skull of the Plesiadapiform Primate Ignacius from the Early Eocene of Wyoming,Contributions, 24 (17):1 figure and 2 plates. and Gingerich, P. Rose] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Rose, K. and Gingerich, P. The Eocene was from about 54 million to million years ago.

It is part of the Tertiary Period and the Cenozoic Era. Eocene comes from the Greek words meaning "dawn of the present." It is the.

The first well-preserved skull of Ignacius graybullianus, an early Eocene paromomyid plesiadapiform, clarifies and corrects previous cranial reconstruction based on more fragmentary material3,6,: Mary T Silcox.

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Evolutionary significance of the Mesozoic toothed birds. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, Virtual endocast of Ignacius graybullianus (Paromomyidae, Primates) and brain evolution in early Primates Article (PDF Available) in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (27) As so defined, Trogolemurini is a tribe of anaptomorphine omomyoids known from the late early Eocene (late Wasatchian) of Wyoming (Williams and Covert, ) and the middle Eocene (Bridgerian to Duchesnean) of Wyoming (Matthew, ; Beard et al., ; Gunnell, ), Nevada (Emry, ), and Saskatchewan (Storer, ).Author: Sergi López-Torres, Mary T.

Silcox, Patricia A. Holroyd. Rose, K. and Gingerich, P. Partial Skull of the Plesiadapiform Primate Ignacius from the Early Eocene of Wyoming. University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology,Contributions, 24 (17):1 figure and 2 plates.

Printed wraps, very good condition. $ We describe a virtual endocast produced from ultra high resolution X-ray computed tomography (CT) data for the microsyopid, Microsyops annectens (middle Eocene, Wyoming). It is the most complete and least distorted endocast known for a plesiadapiform primate and because of the relatively basal position of Microsyopidae, has particular importance to reconstructing primitive characteristics for Cited by: One of us U.R.W.) has recently had the opportunity to study the skull and associated partial skeleton of Plesiadapis cookei from the Early Eocene of Wyoming (University of Michigan Nos.

and ), which was discovered in and reported in Gunnell & Gingerich () (a full description of this specimen by these authors is in preparation).Cited by: the early Eocene Fossil Butte Member of the Green River Formation and the middle Eocene of Messel, Germany.

A modest number of partial skele tons and dental-postcranial associations are also known (e.g., Matthew ; Rose and Koenigswald ). Analyses of the known skeletal. Abstract. Terrestrial sediments from the Bighorn Basin and contiguous Clarks Fork Basin of northwestern Wyoming have yielded the best record of late Paleocene and early Eocene mammalian evolution known anywhere in the world (see Gingerich, ).Fossils preserved in sediments of the Fort Union and Willwood Formations, mostly avulsion belt and overbank deposits (Kraus and Asian, ; Kraus Cited by: 7.

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The name means ‘‘half to- this time, some 56 Ma, the North Atlantic had not yet ward the sacred bull,’’ Apis, based on Georges Cuvier’s fully opened and very early Eocene mammals could misnomer for a lemur-like primate from the French move freely between Europe and North America via the Eocene, Adapis, which he thought was related to.

Although fossils from the late Eocene and early Oligocene from CHF were first discovered infieldwork has been somewhat limited, with little work conducted during the last 30 years. Recent efforts, however, have resulted in the discovery of several new late Eocene localities including the Bactrian Hill, Repo Man, and Rose Creek localities.

Primate Adaptation and Evolution, Second Edition past 30 million years The major primate radiations during the Cenozoic era Changes in the lower dentition in an early Eocene fossil primate lineage from Wyoming Changes in P3/P4 in an evolving lineage of early Eocene omomyids Cranial features of Aegyptopithecus zeuxis compared.

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The Clarkforkian land-mammal age and faunal composition across the Paleocene– Eocene boundary. University of Michigan Papers on Paleontology – Rose, K.D., and P.D. Gingerich. Partial skull of the plesiadapiform primate Ignacius from the early Eocene of Wyoming.