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New paromomyid primate from middle Paleocene beds, Kutz Canyon Area, San Juan Basin, New Mexico

Wilson, Robert W.

New paromomyid primate from middle Paleocene beds, Kutz Canyon Area, San Juan Basin, New Mexico

by Wilson, Robert W.

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico,
  • San Juan County.
    • Subjects:
    • Palaechthon nacimienti,
    • Paleontology -- Paleocene,
    • Paleontology -- New Mexico -- San Juan County

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Robert W. Wilson and Frederick S. Szalay.
      SeriesAmerican Museum novitates,, no. 2499
      ContributionsSzalay, Frederick S., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL1 .A436 no. 2499, QE882.P7 .A436 no. 2499
      The Physical Object
      Pagination18 p.
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5240395M
      LC Control Number75311659

        ()—A new species of ancient bird has been discovered by a trio of researchers working in the New Mexico desert—its fossilized remains were found in the Nacimiento Formation in the San. A new species of paromomyid primate v/as described from Paleocene (Torrejonian) beds, of Kutz Canyon area, San Juaiji Palaechthon nacimienti. This new species is similar to P. the genotype in size and molar morphology, but shows more proportions between the canine and antemolar teeth.

      New species of ancient bird discovered in New Mexico 11 July , by Bob Yirka Artist’s rendering of Tsidiiyazhi abini. Credit: Sean Murtha. ()—A new species of . These beds range in thickness from to ft. Tuffaceous mudstones are more likely the result of direct ash fall and preservation in the deep-water environment, and their average thickness is 23 ft. Volcanic activity of the Mid- Late Miocene Yellowstone calderas was the likely source of the volcanic glass found in the tuffaceous lithologies Author: Mario Andres Gutierrez.

      Submitted in fulfillment of Joint Powers Agreement DO between the New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department and the Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Office of Cultural Affairs. NMSHTD Project No. F(5). MNM Project No. (Loco Hills Testing). Test excavations conducted under authorization of USDI BLM Cultural . In Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, the _____site is a set of 3 large stone stabs that allow light to be projected onto spiral petroglyphs during specific times .


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New paromomyid primate from middle Paleocene beds, Kutz Canyon area, San Juan Basin, New Mexico. A primitive paromomyid plesiadapiform primate, Edworthia lerbekmoi new genus and species, is.

New paromomyid primate from middle Paleocene beds, Kutz Canyon area, San Juan Basin, New Mexico. faunas of the San Juan Basin, New. Based on U-Pb dating of two dinosaur bones from the San Juan Basin of New Mexico (United States), Fassett et al.

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