Browsing Palaeontologia africana by Author "Lewis, Patrick J."

Browsing Palaeontologia africana by Author "Lewis, Patrick J."

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  • Lewis, Patrick J.; Simons, Elwyn L. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2007)
    While many of the mammalian taxa from the Fayum of Egypt, such as the primates and hyraxes, have been well-studied, little is known about the rodents. Species described to date have all been referred to the endemic family ...
  • de Ruiter, Darryl J.; Brophy, Juliet K.; Lewis, Patrick J.; Kennedy, Alicia M.; Stidham, Thomas A.; Carlson, Keely B.; Hancox, P. John (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, University of the Witwatersrand, 2010-12)
    The early Pliocene is a relatively poorly understood period in southern Africa. Fossil deposits such as Langebaanweg (c. 5.0 Ma) and Makapansgat (c. 2.5 Ma) have each produced large and well-documented faunal assemblages, ...

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