Palaeontologische Zeitschrift Band 81 Heft 4

2007. 97 pages, 21x30cm, 460 g
Language: English

(Palaeontologische Zeitschrift, Band 81 Heft 4)

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Reichenbacher, B.; Gaudant, J. & Griessemer, T.W.: A late Burdigalian
gobiid fish, Gobius brevis (A GASSIZ , 1839), in the Upper Hydrobia
Beds in the middle Upper Rhine Graben (W-Germany) 365
Bennett, S.C.: A second specimen of the pterosaur Anurognathus ammoni
Webster, G.D. & Sevastopulo, G.D.: Paleogeographic significance of
Early Permian crinoids and blastoids from Oman 399
Sánchez-Villagra, M.R.; Seiffert, E.R.; Brook, S.; Martin, Th.;
Simons, E. L.; Gunnell, G.F.; Arbor, A. & Attia, Y.: Enigmatic new
mammals from the late Eocene of Egypt 406
Koenigswald v., W.; Smith, B.H. & Keller, T.: Supernumerary teeth in a
subadult rhino mandible (Stephanorhinus hundsheimensis ) from the
middle Pleistocene of Mosbach in Wiesbaden (Germany) 416
Popov, Y.A.: A new notion on the heteropterofauna (Insecta: Hemiptera,
Heteroptera) from the Pliocene of Willershausen (N Germany) 429
Averianov, A.O.; Bakirov, A.A. & Martin, T.: First definitive
stegosaur from the Middle Jurassic of Kyrgyzstan 440
Franzen, J.L. & Mörs, T.: Das nördlichste Vorkommen paläogener
Säugetiere in Europa 447
Mayr, G.: Synonymy and actual affinities of the putative Middle Eocene
"New World vulture" Eocathartes LAMBRECHT, 1935 and "hornbill"
Geiseloceros LAMBRECHT, 1935 (Aves, Ameghinornithidae) 457