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Marsupialia, Insectivora, Primates, Creodonta and Carnivora from the Headon Beds (Upper Eocene) of southern England

Peter Edgar Cray

Marsupialia, Insectivora, Primates, Creodonta and Carnivora from the Headon Beds (Upper Eocene) of southern England

by Peter Edgar Cray

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Hampshire.,
  • Wight, Isle of.,
  • England, Southern.
    • Subjects:
    • Mammals, Fossil -- England -- Hampshire.,
    • Mammals, Fossil -- England -- Wight, Isle of.,
    • Paleontology -- Eocene.,
    • Paleontology -- England -- Hampshire.,
    • Paleontology -- England -- Wight, Isle of.,
    • Paleontology -- England, Southern.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 96-102.

      Statementby Peter Edgar Cray.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE1 .B65 vol. 23, no. 1, QE881 .B65 vol. 23, no. 1
      The Physical Object
      Pagination104, (11) p.
      Number of Pages104
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5079398M
      LC Control Number74150254

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      Carnivore, any member of the mammalian order Carnivora (literally, “flesh devourers” in Latin), comprising more than species. In a more general sense, a carnivore is any animal (or plant; see carnivorous plant) that eats other animals, as opposed to a herbivore, which eats plants. Although the. Note: [1] were it not for the Insectivora, the higher mammals would fall on a rather neat rodent - primate spectrum plus the group, along with perhaps the Carnivora, are what are what reduce mammalian taxonomy to total chaos. [2] The study by [A+02] did not include Chrysochloroidea. Hence, the synapomorphies of Insectivora may apply to a more restrictive group.

        Insectivora, order of mammals containing 7 living families: shrews (Soricidae), moles (Talpidae), hedgehogs (Erinaceidae), tenrecs (Tenrecidae), otter shrews (Potamogalidae), golden moles (Chrysochloridae) and solenodons (Solenodontidae). There are approximately living species, widely distributed in Africa, Eurasia, N America and northern S America. Evidence for marine influence on a low-gradient coastal plain: Ichnology and invertebrate paleontology of the lower Tongue River Member (Fort Union Formation, middle .


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— Proc. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, –; Philadelphia. The Cliff End Bone Bed contains the remains of a 'dwarf crocodilian fauna, resembling that of the lignite bed. However, as the Marsupialia from the bone bed is heavily rolled and in the same size range as the enclosing sediment, current selection of the remains of juvenile normal- sized crocodilians cannot be ruled out in this case.

Creodonta was originally established by Edward Drinker Cope in as a suborder of the Insectivora*. In his new suborder, Cope included three families - Oxyaenidae, Ambloctonidae (now included in Oxyaenidae - Gunnell, ) and Arctocyonidae (another contemporary family of carnivorous placentals, within which Cope also included what are now.

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Marsupial, any of more than species belonging to the infraclass Metatheria (sometimes called Marsupialia), a mammalian group characterized by premature birth and continued development of the newborn while attached to the nipples on the mother’s lower belly.

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