10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NOTOTHERIUM»
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Prehistoric Mammals of Australia and New Guinea: One Hundred ...
genus Nototherium Owen, 1845a sPecles Nototherium watutense Anderson,
1937 age Pliocene. locality Tributary of the Watut River, Papua New Guinea (
Awe Local Fauna). general Noto is Greek for 'southern' and therion is Greek for '
Odontography Or, a Treatise on the Comparative Anatomy of ...
Nototherium—A second genus of large Pachydermoid Marsupial has molar teeth
resembling in form, mode of implantation, and relative size, those of the
preceding genus, Diprotodon, but apparently four in number on each side of the
Geological Survey Record
Skull of Nototherium tasmanicum. Plate 2. — Mandible of Nototherium
tasmanicum. Plate 3. — Left Ramus of Mandible of Nototherium tasmanicum.
Plate 4. — Part of Ramus of Mandible of Nototherium victoriae Plate 5. — Humeri
of Elephants ...
Tasmania. Geological Survey, 1915
Nototherium resembles the Koala and Wombats, whilst Diprotodon is more
nearly allied in many of its characters to the Kangaroos.* Nototherium does not
possess incisors of the relative size and shape and persistent growth
characteristic of ...
The Annals and Magazine of Natural History: Zoology, Botany, ...
On an Upper Incisor of Nototherium Mitchellii. By Professor R. OWEN, F.R.S. [
Plate XVI.] To the Editors of the Annals and Magazine of Natural History.
GENTLEMEN, I have received, through the kindness of Sir Daniel Cooper, Bart.,
from the ...
Memoirs - The Australian Museum
151), pi. 14, figs 7-9. Unnamed. Quaternary: Wellington Caves, N.S.W. * See also
Thylacoleo and Thylacoleo carni- fex Owen. Nototherium Mentioned specimen F.
5048* — imperfect mand. ramus. Stirton, R. A., 1967. Bull. Bur. Miner. Resour.
(Tasmania) Broch., 2 pp., 2 pis. 1911 A. Natural history and osteology. Part I.
Nototherium tasmanicum. Tasmanian naturalist. Hobart, II, 64-68 , 3 pis. 1912A.
Memoir on "Nototherium tasmanicum" (Owen). Victoria Mus. (Tasmania) Broch.,
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria
Scott and Lord (1922c, 1924a, b, c) recorded from this locality Zaglossus
harrissoni Scott and Lord, Nototherium mitchelli Owen, N. victoriae Owen and
Macropus anak Owen, as well as modern wombats, wallabies and kangaroos.
Royal Society of Victoria (Melbourne, Vic.), 1972
NOTOTHERIUM AND ZYGOMATURUS A discussion of the systematics and
classification of the Pleistocene diproto- dontids Nototherium Owen, 1845, and
Zygomaturus Owen, 1859, is included here to clarify their standing and to help in
Although Owen (1859a) formally established the nomen Zygomaturus trilobus he
believed that the type was not generically separable from Nototherium.
Consequently most of the literature on these animals in the later part of the
Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, 1967
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This was identified by members of the Queensland Museum as being from a nototherium - a sister of sorts to the giant wombat. A large ... «The Queensland Times, Jul 15»