2 edition of Miocene Anthracotheriidae from East Africa. found in the catalog.
Miocene Anthracotheriidae from East Africa.
Donald Gordon MacInnes
1951 by Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum in London .
Written in English
|Series||Fossil mammals of Africa,, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||QE881 .B76 no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||59036887|
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Anthracotheriidae of Africa. The skull was recovered from the latest early Miocene sediments of the Kalodirr Member in the Turkana Basin of Northern Kenya, and the age is well constrained between two tephra dated to ± and ± The genus Sivameryx (Cetartiodactyla: Anthracotheriidae), found in both Asia and Africa, is considered of Asian origin.
Recent excavations in the Negev region of southern Israel led to the. A second new Miocene hominoid from Kenya. (Anthracotheriidae, Bothriodontinae) from the early Miocene of East Africa John Rowan, Brent Adrian & Ari Cited by: "The Mid-Miocene East African Plateau: a pre-rift topographic model inferred from the emplacement of the phonolitic Yatta lava flow, Kenya", The Formation and Evolution of Africa: A Synopsis of Ga of Earth History, D.
Van Hinsbergen, S. Buiter, T. Torsvik, C. Gaina, S. Webb. Abstract Fossils of an unnamed large suiform have been recovered from two Early Miocene Miocene Anthracotheriidae from East Africa.
book in East Africa. The material is distinct from other species of the suborder, including the anthracothere Brachyodus aequatorialis, which is of similar by: Anthracotheriidae is a family of extinct, hippopotamus-like artiodactyl ungulates related to hippopotamuses and oldest genus, Elomeryx, first appeared during the middle Eocene in Asia.
They thrived in Africa and Eurasia, with a few species ultimately entering North America during the died out in Europe and Africa during the Miocene, possibly due to a combination of Class: Mammalia. The Miocene ruminant fauna of East Africa shows similarities to the Middle Miocene ruminant fauna of Europe, and undoubtedly includes the fossilized remains of deer.
The Miocene deposits of Rusinga and Songhor are probably of similar age, but the fossil faunas which they contain differ, and may represent distinct environments. The Libycosaurus anthracotheriids are similar to those from Sahabi 24 ; the fauna from this site is consistent with an Upper Miocene age Anthracotheriids are unknown from this time in East.
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NAPIER LONDON I BRITISH MUSEUM (NATURAL HISTORY) Fossil Mammals of Africa No. 17 FOSSIL METACARPALS FROM SWARTKRANS J. Napier (Reader in Anatomy, Royal Free Flospital. Introduction. Bukwa is an early Miocene fossil site in eastern Uganda with a small but diverse assemblage of early Miocene mammals.
Unlike many contemporary early Miocene fossil localities in East Africa, early expeditions to Bukwa produced very few primates, with only two isolated catarrhine teeth attributed to Limnopithecus legetet (Walker,Walker,Harrison, ).Cited by: 2. The Miocene Epoch (23 million to million years ago) is probably the most fruitful for paleoprimatology.
During this Important Miocene deposits occur in North and South America, southern Europe, India, Mongolia, East Africa, and Pakistan. Both marine and terrestrial environments are represented in the Miocene stratigraphic record.
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