Browsing Volume 11 1968 by Title

Browsing Volume 11 1968 by Title

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  • Cruickshank, A. R. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    Whilst comparing the skulls of some Triassic dicynodonts with Permian members of the family, it was noted that the interpterygoid space in the former is consistently smaller than in the latter (Cruickshank 1965: 1967). ...
  • Cruickshank, A. R. I. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    Whilst comparing the skulls of some Triassic dicynodonts with Permian members of the family, it was noted that the interpterygoid space in the former is consistently smaller than in the latter (Cruickshank 1965: 1967). ...
  • Anderson, J. M. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    To date, fourteen Procynosuchid specimens have been discovered, thirteen from the Cistecephalus beds in the New Bethesda and Murraysburg districts in the Southern Karroo and one very poor specimen from the Ruhuhu Beds ...
  • Anderson, J. M. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    To date, fourteen Procynosuchid specimens have been discovered, thirteen from the Cistecephalus beds in the New Bethesda and Murraysburg districts in the Southern Karroo and one very poor specimen from the Ruhuhu Beds ...
  • Anderson, J. M. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    The evidence concerning the behaviour and Osteodontokeratic culture of the australopithecines that can be assessed from a study of the rhinoceros teeth found in the grey breccia at the Limeworks cavern, Makapansgat is ...
  • ANDERSON, J. M. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    The evidence concerning the behaviour and Osteodontokeratic culture of the australopithecines that can be assessed from a study of the rhinoceros teeth found in the grey breccia at the Limeworks cavern, Makapansgat is ...
  • Davey, Roger J. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    Davey (1968 in press) emends the species Gonyaulacysta orthoceras Eisenack and also transfers it to the genus Cribroperidinium Neale and Sarjeant. By emending Eisenack's species the specimens described by Sarjeant (1966) ...
  • Davey, Roger J. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    Davey (1968 in press) emends the species Gonyaulacysta orthoceras Eisenack and also transfers it to the genus Cribroperidinium Neale and Sarjeant. By emending Eisenack's species the specimens described by Sarjeant (1966) ...
  • Maguire, Brian (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    The excavations directed by Professor Dart at the Makapansgat Limeworks, and conducted mainly by myself at the site since 1960, were concerned during the 1963- 1965 field seasons with an examination of the surface soil ...
  • Maguire, Brian (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    The excavations directed by Professor Dart at the Makapansgat Limeworks, and conducted mainly by myself at the site since 1960, were concerned during the 1963- 1965 field seasons with an examination of the surface soil ...
  • Sigogneau, D. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    The work here summarized represents an attempt to review the South African Gorgonopsians, an attempt based on a re-examination of the cranial anatomy of the type material and a comparison of all the specimens available. The ...
  • Sigogneau, D. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    The work here summarized represents an attempt to review the South African Gorgonopsians, an attempt based on a re-examination of the cranial anatomy of the type material and a comparison of all the specimens available. ...
  • Kitching, J. W. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    In the past, collecting from the middle Beaufort Beds or Lystrosaurus zone has been badly neglected by field workers mainly due to the monotonous occurrence of the genus Lystrosaurus. Collecting has mostly been undertaken ...
  • Kitching, J. W. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    In the past, collecting from the middle Beaufort Beds or Lystrosaurus zone has been badly neglected by field workers mainly due to the monotonous occurrence of the genus Lystrosaurus. Collecting has mostly been undertaken ...
  • Findlay, G. H. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    Olivieria parringtoni was described by Brink in 1965 as a new genus and species. It stands closest, among the scaloposaurids, to Ictidosuchops intermedius (Broom). In general shape and size, their skulls are virtually ...
  • Findlay, G. H. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    The writer undertook an examination of the type specimen of Olivieria because it seemed well suited to a study of the sensory nerve supply of the muzzle. Ever since Watson (1931) suggested that one might gauge the ...
  • Findlay, G. H. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    In the famous collection of fossil remains of the labyrinthodont Uranocentrodon, housed since 1911 in the Transvaal Museum, the bony skin armour from the ventral surface of the body of at least six individuals has been ...
  • Findlay, G. H. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1968)
    The structural and functional features of the dermal armour of the ventral body surface of Uranocentrodon are discussed, chiefly based on one specimen acquired by the Transvaal Museum after the first examples had been described.
  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
  • Ryan, P. J. (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1968)
    This is a summary of a study made of the Ecca and lowermost Beaufort rocks in South Africa with particular reference to the distribution of the various facies and their relationship to palaeocurrent trends. As a result ...

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