Chapter 5

@inproceedings{Banyue2003Chapter5,
  title={Chapter 5},
  author={Wang Banyue and Qiu Zhanxiang},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The ursid fossils collected from Saint Jacques include Pachycynodon tedfordi, new species, Amphicynodon sp., and Cephalogale sp. The distinctive features of Pachycynodon tedfordi are: short premolar series relative to molars, diastemata between c and p1 and among premolars very short or absent, distinct cingula on p1–p4, well-developed posterior accessory cuspids on p2–p4, long and narrow m1 with relatively high protoconid, metaconid lower than paraconid, and relatively long m2 without… 

Chondrichthyan spines from the Famennian (Upper Devonian) of Russia

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Possible metazoan egg fossils from the Darriwilian (Middle Ordovician) of Baltoscandia

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Two new feather mite species are described from the Yellow-bellied Flycatcher, Empidonax flaviventris (Passeriformes: Tyrannidae), in Canada, which is the first record of the genus Tyranniphyllodes in North America.

Sonitictis moralesi, gen. et sp. nov, a new hypercarnivorous and durophagous mustelid from middle Miocene Tunggur Formation, Inner Mongolia, China and its functional morphology

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Ursidae (Mammalia, Carnivora) from the Late Oligocene of the “Phosphorites du Quercy” (France) and a reappraisal of the genus Cephalogale Geoffroy, 1862

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Fossil amphibians and reptiles from the Neogene locality of Maramena (Greece), the most diverse European herpetofauna at the Miocene/Pliocene transition boundary

The large number of distinct amphibian and reptile taxa in Maramena makes this Greek locality by far the most diverse and speciose among all European localities across the latest Miocene and earliest Pliocene.

Fossil lagomorphs from the Potwar Plateau, northern Pakistan

Siwalik Group sediments on the Potwar Plateau have yielded approximately 20 cranial and postcranial remains of leporids from nine localities. The oldest dental remains (late Miocene, 7.4-6.5 Ma) are

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The new taxon, Trachemys haugrudi, is described, and currently represents the most thoroughly described fossil emydid species known, and a phylogenetic analysis is performed that includes the new fossil species, along with numerous other modern and fossil deirochelyine species, representing the first phylogenetics analysis published that includes several fossil deIROchelyines.

A new carnivoran fauna from the late Oligocene of Hungary

A new carnivoran fauna composed of rare dental and long bone remains of basal arctoid carnivores from upper Oligocene lagoon deposits of Hungary are described. Despite the small sample size, four

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