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Re: New in CJES
_Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences
- Revue de canadienne sciences du Terre_
Revue canadienne des sciences de la Terre, literally "Canadian journal of
the sciences of the Earth" :-)
"[...] presence of a distinct facet for
the intramandibular articulation between the dentary and
Wow! I know some people who will feel personally... bitten by this
[...] Our analysis also indicates that
*Eoenantiornis* belongs to the Euenantiornithes."
Is this the analysis that was presented at the SVP meeting?
"Two teeth collected from the Upper Triasssic Chinle Formation
of northeastern Arizona are described here and named
*Kraterokheirodon colberti* gen. et sp. nov. These teeth are
novel in having an occlusal ridge with six cusps and a
posterior shelf lacking dentine. [...]."
Aren't haramiyid postcanines supposed to look more or less like this? Er...
This seems to be a non-mammal tooth
mimicking the talonid of tribosphenic mammals, as well as the ankylosaur
leptoceratopid tooth morphotypes in enforcing an occlusal relationship
upper and lower teeth, as a mortar and pistil arrangement. Very cool.
Something tells me I should give the ankylosaur and leptoceratopsid
literature a good, long look... so far I've completely overlooked that
- New in CJES
- From: "Jaime A. Headden" <firstname.lastname@example.org>