2 edition of fossil Macropodidae from Lake Menindee, New South Wales found in the catalog.
fossil Macropodidae from Lake Menindee, New South Wales
Richard H. Tedford
Bibliography: p. 152-156.
|Statement||by Richard H. Tedford.|
|Series||University of California publications in geological sciences,, v. 64, University of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 64.|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .C15 vol. 64|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||67063870|
Habitat. P. goliah was mainly known for living in semiarid areas of South Australia and New South environments were harsh, characterised by vast areas of treeless, wind-blown sand dunes. However, the area around Lake Menindee, in western New South Wales, had a cooler, wetter climate at the time Procoptodon existed. The surrounding area was a mosaic of sclerophyll forest, woodland Class: Mammalia. Tedford, R. H. (), ‘The fossil Macropodidae from Lake Menindee, New South Wales’, University of California Publications in Geological Sciences [ Book ].
Lake Mungo, one of a chain of lakes in south-western New South Wales, is now dry and its lunette is eroding and yielding ancient Aboriginal relics (Fig. 2). Lake Mungo, one of a chain of lakes. Lake Mungo is a dry lake located in New South Wales, is about km due west of Sydney and 90 km north-east of lake is the central feature of Mungo National Park, and is one of seventeen lakes in the World Heritage listed Willandra Lakes important archaeological findings have been made at the lake, most significantly the discovery of the remains of Mungo.
Faunal remains from the excavation at Puntutjarpa Rockshelter. Fossils of C. ecaudatus were recovered from (Archer ), Late Pleistocene Lake Menindee in New South Wales . Description: The Journal of Paleontology, published by the Paleontological Society, includes original articles and notes on the systematics of fossil organisms and the implications of systematics to biostratigraphy, paleoecology, paleogeography, and Journal emphasizes specimen-based research and features high quality illustrations. All taxonomic groups are treated, including.
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Minor pertinent locality, dating and/or faunal details are discussed in Appendix A and summarised in Table are several Phascolarctos-yielding deposits in addition to the sites examined in this study (e.g., Alexandra Cave, Blanche Cave, and Koala Cave).Although such sites contain faunal elements typical of Pleistocene assemblages (Archer,Reed and Bourne, ), many of those Cited by: South Wales has some of the best locations in the UK for fossil hunters.
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