Volume 17 1974

Volume 17 1974

 

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  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1974)
  • Riek, E. F. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1974)
    Insects are recorded from eight plant fossil localities in the Molteno "Formation", but only heavily sclerotized species (Blattodea and Coleoptera) have been obtained from six of them. A small mecopteron was found at ...
  • Riek, E. F. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1974)
    Hadenlomoides dwykensis, gen. et sp. nov. (Paraplecoptera: Hadentomidael is the oldest recorded insect in the southern hemisphere. It is similar to Hadenlomum americanum from the Upper Carboniferous of North America. The ...
  • Mendrez, Christiane Helene (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1974)
    The morphology of the skull of Promoschorhynchus platyrhinus (Moschorhinidae) from the Daptocephalus-zone (Upper Permian) of South Africa) is described with special reference to the palate and posterior part of the skull. ...
  • Kovacs-Endrody, E. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1974)
    Seeds are commonly known elements of Glossopteris floras. The connection of these seeds to any definite elements in the floras and their systematic position with it has always been uncertain, and they are usually ...
  • Keyser, A. W. (1974)
    Triassic Dicynodontia differ from most of their Permian ancestors in a number of specialisations that reach extremes in the Upper Triassic. These are ( 1) increase in total body size, (2) increase in the relative length ...
  • Chernin, Sharon (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1974)
    The purpose of this paper is to describe two capitosaur skulls from the Luangwa valley, Zambia. A tentative decision is made assigning the material to Parotosaurus pronus (Howie, 1969). The stratigraphy of the locality ...

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