Palaeontologische Zeitschrift Band 82 Heft 2

2008. 142 pages, 21x30cm, 660 g
Language: English

(Palaeontologische Zeitschrift, Band 82 Heft 2)

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Contributions on vertebrate paleontology in Venezuela
Sánchez-Villagra, M.R. & Aguilera, O.A.: Preface 103
Walsh, S. & Sánchez, R.: The first Cenozoic fossil bird from Venezuela 105
Sánchez-Villagra, M.R.; Brinkmann, W. & Lozsán, R.: The Paleozoic and
Mesozoic vertebrate record of Venezuela: An overview, summary of
previous discoveries and report of a mosasaur from the La Luna
Formation (Cretaceous) 113
Carlini, A.A.; Zurita, A.E. & Aguilera, O.A.: North American
Glyptodontines (Xenarthra, Mammalia) in the Upper Pleistocene of
northern South America 125
Carlini, A.A.; Zurita, A.E.; Scillato-Yané, G.J.; Sánchez, R. &
Aguilera, O.A.: New Glyptodont from the Codore Formation (Pliocene),
Falcón State, Venezuela, its relationship with the Asterostemma
problem and the paleobiogeography of the Glyptodontinae 139
Carlini, A.A.; Brandoni, D. & Sánchez, R.: Additions to the knowledge
of Urumaquia robusta (Xenarthra, Phyllophaga, Megatheriidae) from the
Urumaco Formation (Late Miocene), Estado Falcón, Venezuela 153
Barrett, P.M.; Butler, R.J.; Novas, F.E.; Moore-Fay, S.C.; Moody,
J.M.; Clark, J.M. & Sánchez- Villagra, M.R.: Dinosaur remains from the
La Quinta Formation (Lower or Middle Jurassic) of the Venezuelan Andes
Riff, D. & Aguilera, O.A.: The world's largest gharials Gryposuchus:
description of G. croizati n.sp. (Crocodylia, Gavialidae) from the
Upper Miocene Urumaco Formation, Venezuela 178
Cozzuol, M.A. & Aguilera, O.A.: Cetacean remains from the Neogene of
northwestern Venezuela 196
Aguilera, O.A.; García, L. & Cozzuol, M.A.: Giant-toothed white sharks
and cetacean trophic interactions from the Pliocene Caribbean
Paraguaná Formation 204
Gaffney, E.S.; Scheyer, T.M.; Johnson, K.G.; Bocquentin, J. &
Aguilera, O.A.: Two new species of the side necked turtle genus,
Bairdemys (Pleurodira, Podocnemididae), from the Miocene of Venezuela
Aguilera, O.A.; Bocquentin, J.; Lundberg, J.G. & Maciente, A.: A new
cajaro catfish (Siluriformes: Pimelodidae: Phractocephalus) from the
Late Miocene of southwestern Amazonia and its relationship to
†Phractocephalus nassi of the Urumaco Formation 231