Volume 08 August 1963

Volume 08 August 1963

 

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  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08)
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08-01)
    Descriptions of this genus and species, the type of an infraorder, have thus far been based on three individuals. The type in the South African Museum, Cape Town is a complete skull, but somewhat unsatisfactorily preserved ...
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08-01)
    This paper describes one of the most excellent, complete, virtually undamaged and undistorted skulls of a Karroo therapsid yet found. It is of exactly the same size as the type specimen of Leavachia duvenhagei Broom, housed ...
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08-01)
    Two Cynodonts, Diademodon rhodesiensis sp. nov. and Luangwa drysdalli gen. et sp. nov., are described in this paper. In structure both forms indicate that the Ntawere Formation in the upper Luangwa valley of Northern ...
  • Brink, A. S. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08-01)
    Seven Diademodon specimens are dealt with and all are reasonably adequately figured. These comprise a large D. mastacus specimen already featured in publication; a complete skull of D. grossarthi; an interesting snout of ...
  • Haughton, S. H. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08-01)
    Reviews briefly the geographical and stratigraphical distribution of reptilia of Karroo age, both within and beyond the confines of the southern hemishpere. Draws attention to the need for further environmental and population ...
  • Kitching, J. W. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08-01)
    Most palaeontological field workers are familiar with the blue to green shales and maroon to red mudstones, as well as the fine-grained greenish-blue sandstones, of the Cynognathus-zone, all these colours contributing ...
  • Kitching, J. W. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08-01)
    The family Orycteropodidae (Grey 1821) comprises the antbears of the Old World and is known from fossil evidence to have existed in Europe, Asia and Madagascar, but the living species, confined to one single genus, now ...
  • Sigogneau, D. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1963-08-01)
    This paper describes the skull and part of the skeleton of a new species of Scaloposaurid, referred to the genus Tetracynodon Broom and Robinson (1948), the affinities of which are briefly discussed.