Volume 31 1994

Volume 31 1994

 

Recent Submissions

  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1994)
  • Vrba, Elizabeth S; Gatesy, John (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1994)
    New hippotragine antelope fossils from the Middle Awash, Ethiopia, include a new species Praedamalis howelli from Maka, an early species of Oryx from Matabaietu, and Hippotragus gigas from Gamedah. Our comparisons of these ...
  • Shishkin, Michael A; Welman, Johann (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1994)
    Some aspects of the cranial morphology of Trematosuchus sobeyi, a temnospondylous Trematosaurid amphibian from the South African Cynognathus Zone, are described in detail for the first time from a new fossil find referred ...
  • McKee, Jeffrey K (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1994)
    The Buxton Limeworks, in the Taung district at the southeastern margin of the Kalahari Desert, harbours fossil deposits in the calcareous tufas spanning a time period from the late Pliocene to the present. Many such fossil ...
  • Juul, Lars (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1994)
    Archosaur systematics has received much attention from the mid 1970s and several influential works on this topic have emerged. As discrepancy exists among proposed phylogenies, some of the most important of the papers in ...
  • Gow, Chris E (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1994)
    Diarthrognathus is arguably South Africa's most famous therapsid fossil. Since its discovery seventy years ago no new material had come to light until now. This paper records the recovery, from the Elliot Formation of South ...
  • Bamford, Marion K; Corbett, Ian B (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1994)
    Fossil wood was collected from sediments on the Namaqualand shelf, West Coast, South Africa, between the Orange River mouth and just to the south of Kleinzee. Forty three of these samples are here described. All the woods ...
  • Aitken, G A (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1994)
    A palynological study of the number 5 seam in the Ecca group has yielded a wide variety of miospores, with a lateral and vertical consistency in their relative abundance, diversity and composition. Striate bisaccate pollen ...