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New Triassic Dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships

C. Barry Cox

New Triassic Dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships

by C. Barry Cox

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Published by Royal Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby C.B. Cox.
SeriesPhilosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London -- Vol.248, no.753
The Physical Object
Paginationp.457-516
Number of Pages516
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13954431M

New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B () Ezcurra, Martín D.   A phylogenetic analysis of Permian and Triassic dicynodonts indicates that most Triassic dicynodonts form a monophyletic clade. Within the Triassic clade Kannemeyerioidea, Dolichuranus is the sister taxon of a clade consisting of the stahleckeriids Stahleckeria and Ischigualastia from the Middle and Upper Triassic of South America, respectively.

Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology publishes on all aspects of vertebrate paleontology, such as vertebrate origins, evolution, and functional by: 6. Full reference: C. B. Cox. New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B () Parent taxon: Kannemeyeriidae according to C. B. Cox

  New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B, Cited by: New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B () Parent taxon: Dicynodontia according to J. Li and A. Sun


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New Triassic Dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships by C. Barry Cox Download PDF EPUB FB2

NEW TRIASSIC DICYNODONTS FROM SOUTH AMERICA, THEIR ORIGINS AND RELATIONSHIPS BY C. COX Zoology Department, King's College London (Communicated by F. Parrington, F.R.S.-Received 11 June Revised 15 April ) CONTENTS PAGE INTRODUCTION ISCHIGUALASTIA JENSENI, A NEW DICYNODONT FROM ARGENTINA The status of.

New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships Phil. Trans. Soc. Lond. B this specimen is therefore placed in the new genus Barysoma. The only South American dicynodont which had previously and illustrations of the new reconstruction are given.

The relationships of the Triassic dicynodonts are. New Triassic Dicynodonts from South America, Their Origins and Relationships: and illustrations of the new reconstruction are given. The relationships of the Triassic dicynodonts are discussed.

It also lacks saurischians and includes a dicynodont, Kannemeyeria, that is otherwise typical of the Lower Triassic Cynognathus zone of South. New Triassic Dicynodonts from South America, Their Origins and Relationships - NASA/ADS Richly fossiliferous deposits have been found in the Ischigualasto region of Argentina in the last few years.

The only known dicynodont from this area is the new genus Ischigualastia, of which a diagnosis and fully illustrated description are given. New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London.

Series B, Biological Sciences ()Cited by: 5. Cox CB () New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B – Walter LR () The formation of secondary centers of ossification in kannemeyeriid dicynodonts.

J Paleontol –   The jaw function and adaptive radiation of the dicynodont mammal-like reptiles of the Karoo basin of South Africa C. BARRY COX. New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal by: Biostratigraphy of southern Brazilian Middle-Upper Triassic.

New Triassic Dicynodonts from South America, their origins an. is to write a book on the paleoecology of South America during.

Dicynodonts have been known since the mids. The South African geologist Andrew Geddes Bain gave the first description of dicynodonts in At the time, Bain was a supervisor for the construction of military roads under the Corps of Royal Engineers and had found many reptilian fossils during his surveys of South Africa.

Bain described these fossils in an letter published in Kingdom: Animalia. A dicynodont mandible from the Triassic of Germany forms the first evidence of large herbivores in the Central European Basin. New Triassic Dicynodonts from South America, Their Origins and. New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships.

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B () O. Reig. Coordinates: 29°36′S 68°06′W /. New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B – Google ScholarCited by: important zone-fossil of the South African Karroo beds, even if it is aberrant in the palatal region.

Cruickshank (Jp. ) has already discussed the evolutionary mechanisms which may have caused the noticeable difference between the length of the interpterygoid spaces in Permian and Triassic dicynodonts.

As far as this paper. Cox, C. New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, () DAWSON, A.B. The age order ofepiphyseal union in the long bones of the albino rat. The Anatomical Record, 31(1) Further studies on the epiphyses of.

New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences ()Cited by: 8. Cox CB () New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships.

Phil Trans R Soc Lond B– CrossRef Google Scholar Cox CB () Triassic Cited by:   New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, (B) –, London. ArticleCited by: ディノドントサウルス (Dinodontosaurus) は中生代 三畳紀中期に現在の南アメリカに生息していた草食の単弓類。 単弓綱・獣弓目・異歯亜目・ディキノドン下目。 学名は「恐ろしい歯のトカゲ」を意味する。.

A RE-EVALUATION OF THE SYSTEMATICS AND MORPHOLOGY OF CERTAIN ANOMODONT THERAPSIDA by A. Keyser Geological Survey, P.B, Pretoria from South America, their origins and rela­ Triassic dicynodonts compared. Mem. Univ. Calzf, 13, l. Cox, C. B.,New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Soci- ety of London B, v.

p. Ecological succession among Late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic tetrapods. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoeco!., Natural selection and the development of new taxa are associated with ecological replacement and the increase in number of niches with by: 8.特徴. 全長4mで、三畳紀の単弓類としては大型である。牙はなく、他のディキノドン類と異なり、頭頂骨は前の骨で覆われず全体が露出している。 ディキノドン類に特徴的な角質の嘴は先が鈍い。 コックスは、これらの特徴からスターレッカリア科をカンネメエリア科とは別の科であるとし.

Cox, C. B. New Triassic dicynodonts from South America, their origins and relationships. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B () Ezcurra, Martín D. A new early dinosaur (Saurischia: Sauropodomorpha) from the Late Triassic of Argentina: a reassessment of dinosaur origin and phylogeny.