• Publications
  • Influence
Bison remains from the Upper Siwaliks of Pakistan
Fossil remains ascribed to Bison cf. sivalensis are described in this paper. The material, discovered by the team of Palaeontology of the Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan during the past few yearsExpand
Boselaphines (Artiodactyla, Ruminantia, Bovidae) from the Middle Siwaliks of Hasnot, Pakistan
Four species that belong to three different genera of the tribe Boselaphini have been found: Selenoportax vexillarius, S. lydekkeri, Pachyportax latidens and Eotragus sp. Expand
Gazella lydekkeri (Cetartiodactyla: Ruminantia: Bovidae) from the Middle Siwaliks of Hasnot (Late Miocene), Pakistan.
The newly discovered Late Miocene gazelle remains from the Middle Siwaliks of Hasnot (7-5 Ma), Northern Pakistan are described and discussed here and suggest the presence of abundant herbaceous vegetation with closed conditions during the LateMiocene in the Siwalik area. Expand
Tragulids are the best represented ruminants in the Hasnot outcrops of the Pakistani Middle Siwaliks (Late Miocene). The remains described in this paper comprises predominantly isolated teeth,Expand
Fossil Bovids from the Late Miocene of Padri, Jhelum, Pakistan
Three bovid genera have been identified from the late Miocene of village Padri, district Jhelum, Punjab, Pakistan. These comprise cf. Selenoportax or Pachyportax, cf. Tragoportax, and cf. Gazella.Expand
Bramatherium (Artiodactyla, Ruminantia, Giraffidae) from the Middle Siwaliks of Hasnot, Pakistan: biostratigraphy and palaeoecology
We describe here new remains of the giraffid Bramatherium, from the late Miocene-early Pliocene of Hasnot, northern Pakistan. The fossil giraffid material from Hasnot represents 2 taxa ofExpand
Additional Giraffokeryx Remains (Artiodactyla: Ruminantia: Giraffidae) from the Chinji Formation of Lower Siwaliks, Northern Pakistan
Giraffokeryx punjabiensis is present 14.2 - 11.2 Ma in the Lower Siwaliks and reflects wide spread occurrence in the Middle Miocene of the Indian Subcontinent. Expand
Early Ruminants from Dhok Bin Mir Khatoon (Chakwal, Punjab, Pakistan): Systematics, Biostratigraphy and Paleoecology
New ruminant material recovered at the Dhok Bin Mir Khatoon site is described and compared. The specimens are attributed to cf. Eotragus, Eotragus sp. (large size) and cf. Palaeohypsodontus zinensis.Expand
Proamphibos kashmiricus (Bovini: Bovidae: Mammalia) Lower Case From the Pinjor Formation of Pakistan
The opisthocranium of a hornless skull attributed to a female individual of Proamphibos kashmiricus is the largest female individual described so far for this species and the morphology of the present specimen allow examining some skull anatomical features of P. k Kashmiricus. Expand
Lower Dentition of Dorcatherium majus (Tragulidae, Mammalia) in the Lower and Middle Siwaliks (Miocene) of Pakistan
All the selected specimens belong to the lower dentition of D. majus and document intraspecific size variation. Expand