5 edition of A revision of the Entelodontidae found in the catalog.
1909 by Published by the authority of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-156) and index.
|Statement||by O.A. Peterson.|
|Series||Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum -- vol. 4, no. 3., Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum -- vol. 4, no. 3.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 41-158,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||09023782|
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Entelodonts A revision of the Entelodontidae book contemporaries of oreodonts, a unique mammalian group thought to be related to camels but sheeplike in g: revision. Entelodonts—sometimes nicknamed hell pigs or terminator pigs—are an extinct family of pig-like omnivores of the forests and plains of North America, and Eurasia from the late Eocene to A revision of the Entelodontidae book Miocene epochs, existing for about million : Mammalia.
At that time, the first group of pig-like animals were clustered in the Entelodontidae family, which included the "terrible pig" (Dinohyus hollandi), a bison-sized, pig-like animal that roamed over much of North America, and which, like today's pigs, was omnivorous; though they are thought to be more a scavenger than predator.
The revised entelodontid fauna of the formation consists of three species: Entelodon gobiensis (from the Khoer Dzan and Ergilin Dzo localities), Brachyhyops trofimovi.
Familia: †Entelodontidae Genus: Archaeotherium – Brachyhyops – Cypretherium – Daeodon – Entelodon – Eoentelodon – Paraentelodon Vernacular names [ edit ]Missing: revision. A revision of the Entelodontidae Volume 4, Page 41 A catalogue of the fishes of the island of Formosa or Taiwan, based on the collections of Dr.
Hans Sauter. Pages (March ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. First record of Entelodontidae (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from the late Eocene of Southeast Asia. Pages Download PDF. Article preview. select article Revision of the rhinoceros remains (Rhinocerotidae, Mammalia) from the late Pliocene of Etouaires.
The book is a series of contributed papers by a variety of specialists, mostly focused on individual families of artiodactyls, although there are also a few chapters lumping multiple families of morphologically similar and phylogenetically muddy species.
A few chapters undertake some minor revision, but most are compilations of work. Entelodon magnus populated a broad swath of Europe, with remains found in Spain, Germany, France, Romania, and the Caucasus.
Extensive remains of Entelodon deguilhemi were uncovered in Vayres-sur-Essonne, France. A revision of the Entelodontidae book The Chinese Entelodon dirus is known from a single tooth discovered in Nei : Mammalia.
Early Tertiary Vertebrate Faunas, Vieja Group, Trans-Pecos Texas: Entelodontidae. The Pearce-Sellards Series, Number General Entelodontidae Peterson, O.A. A Revision of the Entelodontidae.
Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum,Number 3. Family Hippopotamidae - Hippopotami and Their Allies. Hippopotamidae. †family Entelodontidae Lydekker (even-toed ungulate) Mammalia - Artiodactyla. PaleoDB taxon number: Invalid subtaxa: Arctodon Leidy [nomen nudum] (no.
), Daeodon shoshonensis Cope [nomen vanum] (no. ) Parent taxon: Cetancodontamorpha according to M. Spaulding et al. Sister taxon: Achaenodon. A correction of the generic name (Dinochoerus) given to certain fossil remains from the Loup Fork Miocene of Nebraska. — Science The Miocene beds of western Nebras- ka and eastern Wyoming and their vertebrate faunae.
— Annals of the Carnegie Museum 4: A revision of the Entelodontidae. ダエオドン（学名: Daeodon ）は、約万年前から約万年前にあたる古第三紀 漸新世中期から新第三紀 中新世前期にかけて生息した、鯨偶蹄目 エンテロドン科に属する絶滅した哺乳類の属。 模式種はダエオドン・ショショネンシスで、最後にして最大のエンテロドン科の動物であり、発見さ Missing: revision.
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Find out more about sending content to Dropbox. A functional interpretation of the masticatory system and paleoecology of entelodonts. A revision of the by: Along with Daeodon from North America and Paraentelodon from Asia, Entelodon is one of the largest currently known entelodonts, Eocene to Miocene era mammals that are interpreted as pig-like although their exact relationship to pigs is still strongly debated. The broad distribution of Entelodon species.
Abstract. The oldest representative of the family Entelodontidae (suborder Suiformes), Proentelodon minutus gen. et sp. nov, is described from the Middle Eocene Khaichin Ula II Fauna in Mongolia. In addition to the genus Proentelodon, the new subfamily Proentelodontinae includes the genus Eoentelodon from the Middle-Upper Eocene of China, Cited by: 8.
Brachyhyops is an artiodactyl which has a poorly resolved evolutionary status that continues to be subject of revision. Colbert initially classified Brachyhyops strictly within the bunodontids based on its bunodont-like tooth : Mammalia.
The fossiliferous bed occurs The genus Diacodexis is probably paraphyletic (e.g., Stucky, ), but analysis and revision of the species included within Diacodexis is well beyond the scope of. Fossilworks hosts query, analysis, and download functions used to access large paleontological data sets.
It presents taxonomic, distributional, and ecological data about the entire fossil record. Entelodontidae Name Synonyms Ammodon leidyanum (Marsh, ) Boochoerus humerosus (Cope, ) Daeodon humerosus (Cope, ) Daeodon leidyanum (Marsh, ) Daeodon mento (Allen, ) Daeodon shoshonensis Cope, Dinohyus leidyanus (Marsh, ) Dinohyus mento (Allen, ) Homonyms EntelodontidaeMissing: revision.
Definition of entelodont. : a member of a family (Entelodontidae) of giant pigs that appeared in the Eocene and reached their highest development in the Oligocene of the northern hemisphere — compare dinohyus, entelodon.
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Plucked from prehistoric obscurity thanks to cameos on nature documentaries like Walking with Beasts and Prehistoric Predators, Entelodon has been immortalized as the "Killer Pig," even though (like modern pigs) this megafauna mammal ate plants as well as meat.
Entelodon was about the size of a cow, and it had a noticeable (and hugely) pig-like face, with Missing: revision. This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may.
Description: Daphoenodon is an extinct genus of terrestrial carnivore, which lived in the early Miocene and belonged to the family Amphicyonidae ("bear dogs") of the suborder Caniformia. The species of Daphoenodon are characterized by limbs that are specialized in fore and aft movement, as well as a body alignment that results in a lengthened stride.
Entelodontidae — às vezes chamados de porcos do inferno ou porcos matadores  — são uma família extinta de onívoros tipo porcos (Artiodátilos) que habitavam as florestas e planícies da América do Norte, Europa e Ásia de meados do Eoceno  até o começo do Mioceno (37,2 — 16,3 milhões de anos atrás), existindo por cerca de 21 milhões de : Mammalia.
Although not especially one of the most well-known of the entelodonts, Paraentelodon is one of the largest known genera being comparable to Entelodon and Daeodon in size. Paraentelodon appears in Asia as the earlier Entelodon began to decline and continues to be largest currently known genus of entelodont in Asia in the early.
The Asian hyracodont (Rhinocerotoidea) described by Borissiak () as Epiaceratherium turgaicum and presentlyknown as Eggysodon turgaicum, has been the object of a number of taxonomic and nomenclatorial new fossil material of this species, discovered in the Tort-Mola locality (Kazakhstan) is a good evidence to create a new genus for by: 3.
Entelodonts (properly Entelodontidae) have generally been regarded as suiforms (close kin to pigs and peccaries) but some recent analyses have found the sampled members of the group to be members.
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: a genus (the type of the family Entelodontidae) of giant pigs widespread in the Oligocene of Europe — compare dinohyus. You must — there are over Missing: revision. Endangered Animals (Discovery Pdf Habitats) Paperback – July 1, by Edward Close (Author) › Visit Amazon's Edward Close Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central Author: Edward Close.Entelodontidae Giant Pigs, Archaeotherium, Dinohyus Suoidea - This dramatic superfamily includes the Suididae or true pigs; Tayassuidae or fossil and extant peccaries; and Entelodontidae, extinct pig-like animals that include the well known Archaeotherium and Dinohyus.
Entelodonts are extinct bunodont suids which entered North America from Asia Missing: revision. Several dinosaurs, notably Ouranosaurus and Spinosaurus, have vertebral columns marked ebook prominent arrays of elongated neural spines.
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