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Pliocene Canidae of Florida

S. David Webb

Pliocene Canidae of Florida

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Published by University of Florida in Gainesville .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Florida.
    • Subjects:
    • Canidae, Fossil -- Florida.,
    • Paleontology -- Pliocene.,
    • Paleontology -- Florida.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] S. David Webb.
      SeriesBulletin of the Florida State Museum. Biological sciences, v. 14, no. 4, Bulletin of the Florida State Museum., v. 14, no. 4.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH1 .F6 vol. 14, no. 4, QE882.C1 .F6 vol. 14, no. 4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[273]-308 p.
      Number of Pages308
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5395995M
      LC Control Number72632276

      Pliocene epoch plī´əsēn [], fifth epoch of the Cenozoic era of geologic time (see Geologic Timescale, table), from to 2 million years dixsept.club the beginning of the Pliocene, the outlines of North America were almost the same as in recent time. Encroachments by the sea were limited to a narrow strip along the coasts of the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, and the Gulf Coast states, and an. THE GREAT AMERICAN BIOTIC INTERCHANGE: PATTERNS AND PROCESSES1 S. David Webb2 Abstract When the Panamanian land bridge was emplaced about Ma, it triggered the Great American Biotic Interchange (GABI), a major mingling of land mammal faunas between North and South America. Four families of northern immigrants. Merriam, J. C. The Pliocene and Quaternary Canidae of the Great Valley of dixsept.clubsity of California, Department of Geology, , Publications in Geological Sciences, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences, University o, 3 (14): , 5 figures and 3 plates.


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By S. David (Sawney David) Webb. Abstract (Bibliography) Bibliography: p. Cover title.(Statement of Responsibility) [by] S. David WebbAuthor: S. David (Sawney David) Webb. The Pliocene Canidae of Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 14(4) Belongs to Borophagus according to X. Wang et al. See also Tseng and Geisler the pliocene canidae of florida s.

david webb1 Synopsis: A new genus and species of canid, Carpocyon limosus is described from the Hemphillian (Middle Pliocene) Bone Valley Formation.

Though showing strong omnivorous tendencies, it is not closely related to cynarctine eanids; nor is it close to Actiocyon Stock which is here synonymized with Alope-cocyon Camp and Vanderhoof. THE PLIOCENE CANIDAE OF FLORIDA S.

DAVID WEBBl SYNOPSIS: A new genus and species of canid, Carpoct/on Zimosus is described from the Hemphillian (Middle Pliocene) Bone alley Formation. Though showing strong omnivorous tendencies, it is not closely related to cynarctine canids; nor is it close to Actioc!/on Stock which is here synonymized with Atope.

Myrick’s () listing of the age of the species in Florida as Pliocene instead of Miocene is out-dated, a victim of the mids change in correlation between time scales (see Figure ). Myrick () is also incorrect in his assertion that this species has not been found in the Hawthorn Formation in Florida (it has).

than Pliocene have been dredged from the canal in the vicinity of Moore Haven. However, the faunal f acies and the apparent stratigraphic relation of the fos- siliferous bed to other formations in southern Florida suggest strongly a Pliocene rather than an earlier age.

dixsept.club by: 8. The Pliocene Canidae of Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 14(4) Belongs to Borophagus according to X. Wang et al. 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.

The Pliocene Canidae of Florida // Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences. – Перемещение в род Borophagus: Wang X., Tedford R.H., Taylor B.E.

Phylogenetic systematics of the Borophaginae // Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 1 – The Pliocene (/ˈplaɪəˌsiːn/; also Pleiocene) Epoch is the epoch in the geologic timescale that extends from million to million years BP. It is the second and youngest epoch of the Neogene Period in the Cenozoic Era.

The Pliocene follows the Miocene Epoch and is followed by the Pleistocene Epoch. The entire Florida Platform extends well beyond the state of Florida’s borders (Figs.

and ) and is structurally bounded by faults created during the near-simultaneous tectonic opening of the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and western North Atlantic Ocean. Jun 26,  · In an extract from her new book Rising, Elizabeth Rush explains the threat from sea-level rise, which, for millions of Americans, is about to get very real, very quicklyAuthor: Elizabeth Rush.

Sep 01,  · Kinosternid remains are generally rare through the Oligocene and Miocene. Fossil material from eight Florida localities is presented here. Specimens discussed include the Cited by: These latter features allow the Caninae to be recognized in the fossil record as early as the beginning of the Oligocene ‪ (‬34 Ma‪)‬ and constitute evidence that they represent a monophyletic group.

Apr 26,  · Two genera and species of Antilocaprinae occur in Hemphillian (middle Pliocene) deposits of Florida. Hexameryx simpsoni White bore three widely divergent horns above each orbit. The middle horn is more anteriorly directed in larger-horned dixsept.club by: FLORIDA FOSSIL INVERTEBRATES ISSN Florida Fossil Invertebrates is a publication of the Florida Paleontological Society, Inc., and is intended as a guide for identification of the many common invertebrate fossils found within the state.

Each part deals with a. Pliocene Mollusca of Southern Florida with Special Reference to Those from North Saint Petersburg with Special Chapters on Turridae and Vitrinellidae and Fresh-water Mollusks by Olsson, Axel A. and Anne Harbison with special chapters by William G.

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The Pliocene Canidae of Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum 14(4) Belongs to Carpocyon according to X. Wang et al. See also Webb Sister taxa: Carpocyon compressus, Carpocyon robustus, Carpocyon webbi Type specimen: Its type locality is Palmetto Mine, which is in a Hemphillian marginal marine sandstone in the Peace River.

This chapter presents the early evolution of the Ailurids, its Old-World fossil record, and the implications of the paleontological evidence for the position of the ailurids among other carnivoran. This section is from the book "An Introduction To Geology", by William B.

Scott. Also available from Amazon: An Introduction to Geology. The Pliocene Epoch. American. The Pliocene is not a conspicuous formation in this country, and only of comparatively late years has it been recognized at all on the Atlantic coast. Florida also has some. Miocene vertebrates from Florida.

Miocene land mammals from Florida, by George Gaylord Simpson. New heteromyid rodents from the Miocene of Florida, by Albert Elmer Wood. Aphelops from the Hawthorn formation of Florida, (FGS: Bulletin 10). Name/Creator. Epochs divide the life of Florida into five separate parts.

The five epochs (in order from oldest to youngest) are the Eocene, Oligocene, Miocene, Pliocene, and Pleistocene. Miocene is the longest epoch in the Cenozoic era where all of these are found. There were animals, plants, and even climate in this epoch that was different than present day.

This book although it appeared in print in is still considered to be the "standard " reference guide for identification guide to over species of molluscan species found in south Florida's Pliocene Epoch ( to millions of years in the past) when most of what we know as Florida.

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Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America. Volume 2: Small Mammals, Xenarthrans, and Marine Mammals On the Nimravidae and Canidae of the Miocene period of North America.

Latest Pliocene mammals from Haile XV A, Alachua County. Borophagini is a clade or tribe of the subfamily Borophaginae. This is an extinct group of terrestrial canids that were endemic and widespread throughout North America and Central America which lived during the Geringian stage of the Oligocene epoch to the Zanclean age of the Early Pliocene living — Mya existing approximately million dixsept.club: Mammalia.

The Pliocene and Quaternary canidae of the Great Valley of California. [John C Merriam] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book, schema:CreativeWork.

A marine embayment, occupied by the present position of Lake Okeechobee and the Florida Everglades, was bounded by topographically higher areas to the north and west. These topographic highs, mantled with older Pliocene and Miocene clastic sediments, served as. Unlike the Asian and North American Pliocene record, fossil occurrences of Canidae in Europe (and Africa) are uncommon and fragmentary.

The revision of canid material from the late Pliocene site of Kvabebi (eastern Georgia) revealed the contemporaneous occurrence of three different taxa: (1) Nyctereutes megamastoides (a derived species of the Eurasian Pliocene raccoon dog-like canids); (2 Cited by: 3. Borophagus dudleyi ("devouring glutton") is an extinct species of the genus Borophagus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids endemic to North America from the late Hemphillian of the Miocene epoch ( Mya) through the Pliocene epoch ( Mya).

Borophagus dudleyi existed for approximately million dixsept.club: Canidae. The Canidae are the biological family of carnivorans that includes domestic dogs, wolves, foxes, jackals, coyotes, and many other lesser known extant (living) and extinct dog-like.

Borophagus diversidens ("devouring glutton") is an extinct species of the genus Borophagus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids endemic to North America from the late Miocene epoch through the Pliocene epoch — dixsept.club: Canidae. The evolutionary history of canids is a history of successive radiations re- peatedly occupying a broad spectrum of niches ranging from large, pursuit pred- ators to small omnivores, or even to.

Pliocene in N. Florida •Haile Quarry Yet another sinkhole, also in the Ocala Limestone Actually, it’s several sinkholes and several quarries –all of which have unique identifying numbers Ages actually range from Miocene to Pleistocene Fossil Mammals of Florida.

Pliocene Epoch, second of two major worldwide divisions of the Neogene Period, spanning the interval from about million to million years ago. The Pliocene follows the Miocene Epoch (23 million to million years ago) and is further subdivided into two ages and their corresponding rock.

Jones D. S., MacFadden B. J., et al () Integrated geochronology of a classic Pliocene fossil site in Florida: Linking marine and terrestrial biochronologies, Journal of Geology 99 5, Emslie S. () Two new late Blancan avifaunas from Florida and the extinction of wetland birds in the Plio-Pleistocene, Natural History Museum of.

This page was last edited on 28 Juneat 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 dixsept.clubs: Miocene.The life of the Pliocene is very modern in dixsept.club is known of the vegetation in North America, but in Europe it is marked by the continued disappearance of the characteristically tropical plants and by an approximation to the modern European flora.

Many trees persisted, however, which are no longer native to that continent, but are still found in eastern Asia or in North America.Classification and relationship. The subdivision of Canidae into "foxes" and "true dogs" may not be in accordance with the actual relations; also the taxonomic classification of several canines is disputed.

Recent DNA analysis shows that Canini (dogs) and Vulpini (foxes) are .