Volume 15 1973

Volume 15 1973

 

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  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1973)
  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1973)
  • McLachlan, I. R.; Anderson, Ann (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1973)
    The faunas of the three major Dwyka basins in southern Africa are listed in the form of tables. Marine invertebrates have been recorded from the western part of the Kalahari basin and from the Warmbad basin, but had not ...
  • Cruickshank, A. R. I. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1973)
    The gorgonopsians as typically developed were undoubtedly the dominant land carnivores of the Upper Permian and have been compared with the sabre-tooth cats of the Tertiary (Parrington, 1955, p. 7 and Kemp, 1969b, p. ...
  • McLachlan, I. R. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1973)
    A problematic group of microfossils has recently been recovered from strata of Permian age, in the northern part of the Karroo basin in South Africa. This article attempts to present the information that is presently ...
  • Gardiner, B. G. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1973)
    The fossil fish record of southern Africa is both sparse and spotty and the only group with a relatively complete record is the Actinopterygii; indeed several of the major fish groups have not so far been described ...
  • Forey, P.; Gardiner, B. G. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1973)
    The Lower Triassic of South Africa has yielded an array of early dictyopygids (Brough, 1931, 1936) yet none of those advanced dictyopygids so characteristic of the Upper Triassic of North America (Schaeffer, 1967) has ...
  • Eriksson, K. A.; Truswell, J. F. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1973)
    Elongate mound·like structures up to 10 metres across and 40 metres in length are described. Characteristic features of the mounds are their high inheritance and considerable relief which, along with the absence of ...