2 edition of marine carnivore from the Clallam miocene formation, Washington found in the catalog.
marine carnivore from the Clallam miocene formation, Washington
R. A. Stirton
Bibliography: p. 366-368.
|Series||University of California publications in geological sciences,, v. 36, no. 7, University of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 36, no. 7.|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .C15 vol. 36, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||60064278|
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Kolponomos is an extinct genus of carnivoran mammal that existed in the Late Arikareean North American Land Mammal Age, early Miocene epoch, about 20 million years ago. It was likely a marine mammal.
The genus was erected in by Ruben A. Stirton, a paleontologist at the University of California Marine carnivore from the Clallam miocene formation of Paleontology, Berkeley, for the species K.
clallamensis, on the basis of a partial Class: Mammalia. Author of Ceboid monkeys from the Miocene of Colombia, Artiodactyla from the fossil beds of Fish Lake Valley, Nevada, Fossil vertebrates from the superjacent deposits near Knights Ferry, California, A review of the Tertiary beavers, Phylogeny of North American equidae, Time, life and man, A marine carnivore from the Clallam miocene formation, Washington, The California tapir, Tapirus Written works: The California Tapir, Tapirus Haysii Californicus Merriam, From Santa Barbara County, California.
Welton, B. J.,A new species of Late Early Miocene Cetorhinus (Lamniformes: Cetorhinidae) from the Astoria Formation of Oregon, and coeval Cetorhinus from Washington and : Bruce Welton. Vol. 36(7) Stirton R. A MARINE CARNIVORE FROM THE CLALLAM MIOCENE FORMATION WASHINGTON wps with inked name else vg, 24 pp., 4 figs.
Price: $ (stock#UC). Originally discovered from the lowermost Miocene Clallam Formation of Washington in the s and thought to be a giant marine raccoon, additional well-preserved fossils including crania were reported in the s and revealed ursid affinities, and a possible sister taxon relationship with pinnipeds (I suspect that Kolponomos along with Author: Robert Boessenecker.
Full text of "Neogene Marine Mollusks of the Pacific Coast of North America: An Annotated Bibliography, " See other formats. New specimens of Enaliarctos are described from Oligocene and Miocene deposits on the Pacific coast of North America, and include the oldest enaliarctine mandible (Yaquina Formation, – Originally discovered from the lowermost Miocene Clallam Formation of Washington in the s and thought to be a giant marine raccoon, additional well-preserved fossils including crania were reported in the s and revealed ursid affinities, and a possible sister taxon relationship with pinnipeds (I suspect that Kolponomos along with.
Full text of "Proceedings of the San Diego Society of Natural History" See other formats. A partial lower jaw and molar possibly from a large, bear-like beach-dwelling carnivore, Kolponomos, was also found here. A lovely skull from a specimen of Kolponomos clallamensis (Stirton, ) was found 60 km southwest across the Strait of Juan de Fuca in the early Miocene Clallam Formation and published by Lawrence Barnes and James Goedert.
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This stretch of road meanders alongside the Clallam Formation, a thick, mainly marine sequence of sandstones and siltstones that line the northwestern margin of the Olympic Peninsula, western Washington. marine Miocene correlation. He mentioned 25 localities in California, of which 12 belong to the Miocene Temblor bed, 7 to the Miocene Briones bed and the other 6 are from the Monterey bed.
The fossils in Oregon are all from the Astoria bed, which is correlated to File Size: 28MB. - Explore jonggi's board "CR C2 Dinosaurs", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Prehistoric, Prehistoric animals and Prehistoric creatures pins. the sea cliffs of Clallam Bay, Washington, and dating back about 20 million years, to the early Miocene epoch.
The fossil was the front part of a skull, with only the roots of three teeth preserved - the left upper third incisor and both upper first molars.
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