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New puma-like cat from Rancho La Brea
John C. Merriam
Reprint of the 1918 ed. published by University of California Press, Berkeley.
|Other titles||Puma-like cat from Rancho La Brea.|
|Statement||by John C. Merriam.|
|Series||University of California publications. Bulletin of the Department of Geology -- v. 10, no. 28, University of California publications in geological sciences -- v. 10, no. 28.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -537 :|
|Number of Pages||537|
105-2 Markup: H. CON. RES. 185, H.R. 4083, H.R. 633, and H.R. 4309, August 6, 1998
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University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology/University of California Publications in Geology, 10 (28). Book and Print: Publication Info: New York: Johnson Reprint, Description: Hawver Cave Evidence of mammalian paleontology relating to the age of Lake Lahontan New Mammalia from the Idaho formation New puma-like cat from Rancho La Brea Note on the systematic position of the wolves of the Canis dirus group Fauna of the Fernando of Los.
a) Skull (cast) of Smilodon fatalis from Rancho La Brea, California, United States; in left lateral view.
(b) Skull (cast) of Homotherium sp., unknown locality, China; in left lateral view. Full text of "Bulletin of the Department of Geology" See other formats. Evolution of the extinct Sabretooths and the American cheetah-like cat  and that a puma-like cat then.
Rancho La Brea and Natural Trap Cave. We. Didn't you know. The strata are messed up. There are fossils from other time periods where they don't belong. The geologic column, which is what you are referring to, is. The asphalt of Rancho La Brea are an outcrop of this large bituminous formation.
Since the University of California has been collecting the fossils of Rancho La Brea, 'a most remarkable mass of skeletal material.' When found, these fossils were regarded as representing the fauna of the late Tertiary (Pliocene) or early Pleistocene (Ice Age).
Well, Viretailurus is indeed puma-like and in fact it's so puma-like that the most recent work on this cat (Hemmer et al. ), has shown. • Caracara bones from the Rancho La Brea asphalt deposits, approximat years old, are supposedly very similar to quelili bones, and as California is so close to Guadalupe, there is a.
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Kiffner C () Sociality in Rancho La Brea Smilodon: arguments favour ‘evidence’ over ‘coincidence’. Biol Lett – Google Scholar Kraglievich L () Contribución al conocimiento de los grandes cánidos extinguidos de Sud : Francisco Juan Prevosti, Analia M.
Forasiepi. Full text of "Bulletin of the Geological Society of America" See other formats. Tinakori Books 26 Totara Street, Rona Bay Eastborn, Wellington, New Zealand, Tel.: +64 04 Email: [email protected] SVP book v4a to Niklas Remes | Download | HTML Embed Caracara bones from the Rancho La Brea asphalt deposits, approximat years old, are supposedly very similar to quelili bones, and as California is so close to Guada-lupe, there is a good chance that this is where the ancestors of the quelili originated.
Further Reading: Abbott, C. Closing History of the Guadalupe Caracara. Carnivora is a clade of mammalian predators that evolved in northern continents during the Paleocene, and since the Miocene have invaded the southern continents (i.e., Africa and South America). They evolved a large diversity and disparity of body .A farmer saw a black 'puma-like' beast soaked in blood standing over the body.
Police arriving at the scene claim to have seen a big cat disappearing into the dark. Two members of Lesley Tanner's family see a black puma like cat on a housing estate.
This was on separate nights at about 10 pm. Both times it was jumping across a road.