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New Eocene species from Alabama

by T. H. Aldrich

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Published by Harris co., Cornell University in Ithaca, N. Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fossil Mollusks,
  • Tertiary,
  • Paleontology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T. H. Aldrich. March 6, 1921
    SeriesBulletins of American paleontology -- v.9, no. 37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25944527M
    OCLC/WorldCa6767089

    A new genus of cassiduloid echinoid from the lower Eocene of the Pacific coast of western North America and a new report of Cassidulus ellipticus Kew, , from the lower Eocene of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 69, Issue. 3, p. The Eocene (/ ˈ iː. ə ˌ s iː n, ˈ iː. oʊ-/ EE-ə-seen, EE-oh-) Epoch is a geological epoch that lasted from about 56 to million years ago (mya). It is the second epoch of the Paleogene Period in the modern Cenozoic name Eocene comes from the Ancient Greek ἠώς (ēṓs, "dawn") and καινός (kainós, "new") and refers to the "dawn" of modern ('new') fauna that.

      The Eocene epoch was when the first prehistoric whales left dry land and opted for a life in the sea, a trend that culminated in the middle Eocene Basilosaurus, which attained lengths of up to 60 feet and weighed in the neighborhood of 50 to 75 tons. Sharks continued to evolve as well, but few fossils are known from this epoch. A new genus and species of omomyid primate is described from the middle Eocene (Lutetian) Lülük Member of the Uzunçarşidere Formation, Orhaniye Basin, north-central Anatolia, Turkey. This is the first Eocene primate to be reported from the vast area between Switzerland and Pakistan.

    (). Revision of the Eocene ‘Platyrhina’ species from the Bolca Lagerstätte (Italy) reveals the first panray (Batomorphii: Zanobatidae) in the fossil record. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology: Vol. 18, No. 18, pp. These cone snails, a modern shell found on Fort Morgan, and two ancient fossils found miles inland on the Alabama River, appear to be closely related, and perhaps even the same species, the.


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Title. New Eocene species from Alabama. Related Titles. Series: Bulletins of American paleontology. v.9, no. 37 By. Aldrich, T. (Truman Heminway), Cited by: 4. New Eocene species from Alabama (Bulletins of American paleontology) [Truman Heminway Aldrich] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Truman Heminway Aldrich.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Truman Heminway Aldrich. The two new species date roughly 65 and 35 million years ago, and were found in southern Alabama and central Georgia.

The two new species are members of the same genus, Mennerotodus, a group of extinct sharks that were known to have existed previously in Europe and Asia. The older species, Mennerotodus mackayi, was discovered in Alabama and lived during the Paleocene period.

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New Eocene species from Alabama Item Preview remove-circle. New Eocene species from Alabama By T. (Truman Heminway) Aldrich Topics: Alabama, Mollusks, Fossil, Paleontology, Tertiary.

The scientists were examining the diversity of fossil sharks and bony fish in Alabama during the Eocene Epoch (a fancy way of saying 40 million years ago). Imagine going to look at a few fossils and discovering a whole new species. A study of Rovno amber revealed two species of liverworts in the genus Frullania (Frullaniaceae, Marchantiophyta) that are new to the Late Eocene flora of Rovno amber.

Both species are characterized by the mammillose anterior surface of the ventral lobules. One of these, F. pycnoclada Grolle, was described previously from Eocene Baltic amber, whereas the other species, F. vanae Mamontov, J.J. Eocene: Claiborne.

Forams (39 species),Mollusks (16 species),Ostracods (27 species),Cardium: AL |, New Hope: Madison: AL: 2 km NE on SE Flank of Hill Mt in road cut in: Bangor Limestone: abundant Bryozoa - Fenestella,Archimedes,Prismopora,Brachiopods - Spirifer,Composita,Pentremites: AL |, New Market: Madison: AL: 1 km W at base of hill.

New Eocene species from Alabama. View source. History Comments Share. - Aldrich, TH / Eocene / Gastropods / USA / Bulletins of American Paleontology, Vol 9(37) () DOI= PDF: Species Pages Text-figs. Plates JPP-Journals Wikia is a FANDOM Books.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Two new species of the myliobatid ray Pseudaetobatus Cappetta, are described from Eocene localities in three different states within the southeastern United States.

Pseudaetobatus belli sp. nov. was recovered from south Alabama and southeast Mississippi from units within the lower Eocene portion of the Tallahatta Formation, as well as. In the transition from a terrestrial to an aquatic environment, sirenian marine mammals reduced and lost their hind limbs and developed a horizontal caudal fin, the main propulsive organ in extant sirenians.

Quadrupedal forms are only known from the Eocene and are represented by three different clades: the amphibious “prorastomids,” the aquatic quadrupedal protosirenids, and Sobrarbesiren. Nazi book-burning is a virtual icon of anti-intellectualism and social malignancy (Rose ).

New Eocene species from Alabama. Article. Jan Fourteen species of echinoids ranging in. Request PDF | New Eocene Decapods (Thalassinidea and Brachyura) from Southern California | A new decapod fauna has been recovered from Eocene rocks of. The brown coal mines of the Geiseltal were among the most important middle Eocene fossil localities and constitute the reference sites for the Geiselt.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. New Eocene marine bivalves from Baja California Sur, Mexico - Volume 64 Issue 3 - Richard L.

Squires, Robert Demetrion. Description of a Few Alabama Eocene Species and Remarks on Varieties, with Plates. University, Ala.; Geological Survey of Alabama, Historical Account of Coal Mining Operations in Alabama Since University, Ala.; Geological Survey of Alabama, New Eocene Fossils from the .In general were identified 22 species, 13 genera attributed to the 6 families.

One species were not previously known to science, 14 species not previously known for Vietnam. Most massive settlements have formed two species Flabellum pavonium (21spec. in samples) and Tropidocyathus longiseptum (23 spec. in samples). Geologic setting. In Alabama, Otodus obliquus and Carcharocles auriculatus specimens have been collected from lithostratigraphic units ranging from the early Paleocene to Middle Eocene including the Midway, Sabine, Claiborne, Jackson groups (Figs.

1,2 2 and Table 1).The Paleocene and Eocene formations in the state make up a nearly time-continuous series that ranges from the K/Pg .