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Dinosaur bones: fossils or pseudomorphs? The pitfalls of physiology reconstruction from apatitic fossils
Abstract A prerequisite to any attempt to reconstruct thermophysiology of ancient animals through analysis of stable isotopes of oxygen is the assumption that apatitic fossils are isotopicallyExpand
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THE SMALLEST KNOWN TRICERATOPS SKULL: NEW OBSERVATIONS ON CERATOPSID CRANIAL ANATOMY AND ONTOGENY
Abstract The discovery of the smallest Triceratops skull (UCMP 154452) provides a new ontogenetic end member for the earliest stage of ceratopsid (Centrosaurinae plus Chasmosaurinae) cranialExpand
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High-resolution chronostratigraphy of the terrestrial Cretaceous-Paleogene transition and recovery interval in the Hell Creek region, Montana
Detailed understanding of ecosystem decline and recovery attending the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary (KPB) mass extinctions is hindered by limited constraints on the pace and tempo of environmentalExpand
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Oldest known euarchontan tarsals and affinities of Paleocene Purgatorius to Primates
Significance Purgatorius has been considered a plausible ancestor for primates since it was discovered, but this fossil mammal has been known only from teeth and jaw fragments. We attribute toExpand
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PURGATORIUS (PLESIADAPIFORMES, PRIMATES?, MAMMALIA), A PALEOCENE IMMIGRANT INTO NORTHEASTERN MONTANA: STRATIGRAPHIC OCCURRENCES AND INCISOR PROPORTIONS
Abstract The earliest unquestionable records of Purgatorius (Plesiadapiformes, Primates?, Mammalia) in northeastern Montana and other areas of the Western Interior of North America are of earlyExpand
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A probable pseudo-tribosphenic upper molar from the late Jurassic of China and the early radiation of the Holotheria
ABSTRACT A three-cusped, mammalian upper molar was recovered from the type locality of Shuotherium dongi Chow and Rich, 1982 in the Late Jurassic, Upper Shaximiao Formation Sichuan, China. This toothExpand
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A NEW SPECIES OF EOCONODON (TRIISODONTIDAE, MAMMALIA) FROM THE SAN JUAN BASIN, NEW MEXICO
Abstract Species of the early Paleocene (Puercan North American Land Mammal Age) triisodontid Eoconodon were among the first eutherians in the northern Western Interior to evolve body massesExpand
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