Browsing Volume 03 1955 by Title

Browsing Volume 03 1955 by Title

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  • Toerien, M. J. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1955)
    In this paper descriptions are given of three new Anomodont specimens, to which reference was made in another paper on convergent trends in this group. These specimens are introduced as Propelanomodon devilliersi and ...
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1955)
    This paper describes a specimen of Thrinaxodon liorhinus, evidently a mature female, with a very tiny specimen closely associated with it in the same nodule. Attention is largely given to tooth replacement. The conclusion ...
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1955)
    New information on the types of Nanoparia pricei and Nanoparia luckhoffi are given in this paper. Differences between the two species recognised previously are disputed and a number of different distinguishing characteristics ...
  • Brink, A. S. (1955)
    In this paper attention is drawn to the fact that the family Cynognathidae is as a whole very badly known and in need of taxonomic revision. Unfortunately the author had too little material available to attempt a proper ...
  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1955)
  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1955)
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  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1955)
    In this work the genus Gomphognathus is declared synonymous with the genus Diademodon. The small skeleton of "Microgomphodon", described by Seely in 1895, is recognised as possibly that of a newly "born" Diademodon. The ...
  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1955)
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  • Boné, Edouard L. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1955)
    An acromial fragment of a collar.-bone of Australopithecus prometheus was found at the Limeworks Cave, Makapansgat (N. Transvaal). This specimen, which is the first ever discovered of the Australopithecine clavicle, is ...

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