Oligocene and Early Miocene Ruminants ( Mammalia , Artiodactyla ) from Pakistan and Uganda

@inproceedings{Barry2005OligoceneAE,
  title={Oligocene and Early Miocene Ruminants ( Mammalia , Artiodactyla ) from Pakistan and Uganda},
  author={John C. Barry and Susanne Cote and Laura Maclatchy and Everett H. Lindsay and Robert M Kityo and A. Rahim Rajpar},
  year={2005}
}
Late Oligocene and Early Miocene fossil ruminants from Napak and Moroto in Uganda and the Zinda Pir sequence in Pakistan comprise at least eight taxa, including an indeterminate lophiomerycid, ?Gelocus gajensis, Walangania africanus, Bugtimeryx pilgrimi, an indeterminate large cervoid, Progiraffa exigua, Palaeohypsodontus zinensis, and an unnamed bovid. The fossils range in age between 25 and 16 million years old and together with species of tragulids provide evidence for the existence of… CONTINUE READING
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