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Palaeontologia Sinica(New Series C,Whole Number 192,Number 28) Fossil Mammals from Early Eocene Wutu Formation of Shandong Province
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Palaeontologia Sinica(New Series C,Whole Number 192,Number 28) Fossil Mammals from Early Eocene Wutu Formation of Shandong Province
中国古生物志 总号第192册 新丙种第28号 山东昌乐五图盆地早始新世哺乳动物群
Language:  Chinese with English summary
Author:  Tong Yongsheng & Wang Yingwen
Pub. Date:  2006-01 Weight:   kg ISBN:  7030168941
Format:  Paperback Pages:  201 pages with 11 plates
Subject:  Paleontology > Vertebrate
Series:  Palaeontologia Sinica, New Series C Size:  185x260mm
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The Wutu Basin is one of the most important Paleogene sedimentary basins in China, and is situated 10km east of Changle City, central Shandong Province. Prof. C.C. Young (1944) first described a fossil lizard, Changlosaurus wutuensis, which possibly came fro the coal beds of the Wutu Formation (Young, 1961). The first mammal fossil, Homogalax wutuensis, was collected from “the Middle Coal-bearing Member” of the Wutu Formation in the middle part of Laowanggou by Prof. Li Chuankuei and his colleagues (Chow and Li, 1963, 1965). A coryphodont fossil )Heterocoryphodon? Yuntongi sp.nov.) was probably found at the same locality (Li Y-T, 1985). In 1990 we found some tooth fragments in the middle part of Laowanggou (Text-fig.1_. Since then, we and our colleagues collected numerous mammal fossils in several field seasons. Up to date, 51 species belonging to 34 families in 18 orders were obtained. These mammals are recorded in this monograph, except that two taxa of plesiadapiformes will be reported separately by Dr.C. Beard of the Carnegie Museum of Nature History and the second author of this book.With 48 illustrations, 33 tables, 11 plates.

 

 

 






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