10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UINTATHERE»
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By the mid 20th century, however, the extinction of North American uintathere
genera was related to changing climate.(26) The earliest Dinocerata evolved
during an Early Eocene tropical greenhouse age. However, fossil leaf
morphology and ...
Beasts of Eden: Walking Whales, Dawn Horses, and Other ...
Marsh called Cope's conclusion "quite erroneous" and suggested that the dates
and references in his uintathere papers were equally so, implying that Cope had
falsified them to beat him into print. Cope defended his trunked Eobasileus in the
David Rains Wallace, 2004
Cruisin' the Fossil Freeway: An Epoch Tale of a Scientist ...
And whereas one could easily find a uintathere from horseback, it took careful
crawling to find the other critters. Leidy found and described the skeleton of a
monkeylike primate that he called Nothar- ctus. Fossil turtles and crocodiles were
Kirk Johnson, Kirk R. Johnson, 2007
Evolution of The Brain and Intelligence
A total of six genera are represented in our sample: four pantodont genera and
two uintathere (“Dinocerata”) genera. All were heavily built mammals as
indicated in Table 11.1. The oldest species is the Middle Paleocene
The Beginning of the Age of Mammals
... horsetails, Q howler monkey, m HSB. See Hunter-Schreger bands
Hsiuannania,. rhinocerotoid, 5 ruminant, fl—304 uintathere, m, & horses, mt, m, &,
&, fi. See also Equidae primates, m sirenian, ...
“That's it, Doc,” Indian exclaimed, “a Uintathere.” “A Uinta what?” “A Uintathere.
It's an extinct animal that lived in Utah. In fact the Unita Mountains were named
after it.” “Music and Uintathere,” Hunter murmured, “but it still doesn't make sense.
Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America: Terrestrial ...
A close phylogenetic relationship between the Dinocerata and Asian
Pseudictops (Schoch and Lucas, 1985), however, suggests that uintathere
origins may have been in Asia. A close relationship between the Dinocerata and
the Pyrotheria ...
Christine Marie Janis, Kathleen Marie Scott, Louis L. Jacobs, 1998
Horns, Tusks, and Flippers: The Evolution of Hoofed Mammals
As a result, uintathere names reached a state of chaos, with multiple names for
the same species. Marsh grew so bitter at Cope's actions that he lashed out in
print: "Cope has endeavored to secure priority by sharp practice, and failed. For
Donald R. Prothero, Robert M. Schoch, 2002
In 1881 Cope described Bathyopsis, a lower Eocene uintathere from the Wind
River basin. He summarized his opinions on the Dinocerata in "Cope's Bible" (
Cope 1885a, pp. 559-600 and plates 29a, 30-44, and 58a) and in a series of
Prehistoric Monsters: The Real and Imagined Creatures of the ...
Cope also believed that uintathere canine teeth were analogous to the tusks of
elephants, a conclusion which Marsh emphatically denied. However, Marsh
erred in speculating (as had scientists so many decades before in considering