Volume 06 July 1959

Volume 06 July 1959

 

Recent Submissions

  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1959-07)
  • Agnew, John David (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1959-07-01)
    The skull structure of Dicynodon grimbeeki has been studied by means of serial sections. It was found that D. grimbeeki is akinetic and that, although several mammal-like characteristics are present, Dicynodon occupies a ...
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1959-07-01)
    This is a short paper presenting two figures of a Thrinaxodon liorhinus skeleton, which is peculiarly curled as though the animal died under peaceful circumstances. An attempt is made to find an explanation for this peculiar ...
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1959-07-01)
    This paper describes a new form of Thecodont, apparently Ornithosuchid, from the Stormberg series of the Karroo system of South Africa. The description is based on the anterior two thirds of a very small skull, the total ...
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1959-07-01)
    This paper contains descriptions of five genera. The first is a redescription of the type specimen of Notosollasia boonstrai, which has been additionally cleaned since it was first introduced. It has, lodged in its "throat", ...
  • Hooijer, D. A. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1959-07-01)
    The rhinoceros remains from Makapansgat consist almost exclusively of milk molars. An investigation of the milk teeth of the two living African rhinoceroses Ceratotherium sinum and Diceros bicornis discloses adequate ...
  • Manten, A. A. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1959-07-01)
    Two complete and well-preserved skulls are described. One is referred to the species Gorgonops torvus Owen. It gives information on several details that are not clear in the type specimen. The second skull is recognized ...