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Chapter 18
Abstract New material of dasyurids, peramelids, phalangerids, pseudocheirids, burramyids, ektopodontids, and vombatids from the early Pliocene Hamilton fauna of Victoria, Australia, includes a newExpand
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First Mesozoic mammal from Australia—an early Cretaceous monotreme
Here we describe Australia's first known Mesozoic mammal and the first known early Cretaceous mammal from Gondwanaland. Steropodon galmani n. gen. and sp., discovered in early Cretaceous sediments atExpand
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Earliest known Australian Tertiary mammal fauna
REMAINS of Early Eocene vertebrates from freshwater clays near Murgon, southeastern Queensland, represent Australia's oldest marsupials, bats, non-volant placentals, frogs, madtsoiid snakes,Expand
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A MODEL FOR GASTRIC CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY
It is postulated that one major subtype of gastric carcinoma ("intestinal type") is the end- result of a series of mutations and cell transformation begun in the first decade of life. The mutagenExpand
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KUTERINTJA NGAMA (MARSUPIALA, ILARIIDAE): A REVISED SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS BASED ON MATERIAL FROM THE LATE OLIGOCENE OF RIVERSLEIGH, NORTHWESTERN QUEENSLAND
The Riversleigh ilariids come fiom the Iate Oligocene White Hunter Site and are Kuterintja ngama Pledge, 1987. Molar cusp morphologies are compared with those of other ilariids and vombatiforms andExpand
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A new family of monotremes feom the Creataceous of Australia
AUSTRALIA'S second Mesozoic mammal, Kollikodon ritchiei (Monotremata, Kollikodontidae, new family) has an extreme bunodont molar morphology. The existence of two distinctively different families ofExpand
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Prehistoric Mammals of Australia and New Guinea: One Hundred Million Years of Evolution
Contents:AcknowledgementsForeword by Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr.The background story A brief history of fossil mammal discoveries Why Australian mammals are different Monotremes: wide leg and lay eggsExpand
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First record of Palaelodus (Aves: Phoenicopteriformes) from New Zealand. In Proceedings of the VII International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, ed. W.E. Boles and T.H.
The first record of the flamingo-like Palaelodidae (Phoenicopteriformes) is reported from the Early Miocene, St Bathans Fauna of Central Otago, New Zealand. Two distal tibiotarsi are described as aExpand
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Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats
New World bats represent over one third of global bat species and encompass the widest adaptive radiation among bats. Modern bat diversity in the Americas resulted from a mixture of migrations andExpand
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NIMBADON, A NEW GENUS AND THREE NEW SPECIES OFTERTIARY ZYGOMATURINES (MARSUPIALIA: DIPROTODONTIDAE) FROM NORTHERN AUSTRALIA, WITH A REASSESSMENT OF NEOHELOS
Three new species of Oligo-Miocene zygomaturine diprotodontids ire described fiom northern Ausiralia. All are small, plesiomorphic and appear to comprise a distinctive clade of zygomaturines, naqredExpand
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