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The Macropodoidea (Marsupialia) of the early Pliocene Hamilton local fauna, Victoria, Australia
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The Macropodoidea (Marsupialia) of the early Pliocene Hamilton local fauna, Victoria, Australia

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Alternative: Macropodoidea (Marsupialia) of the early Pliocene

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Series: Fieldiana. Geology, new ser., no. 25

Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; 1443

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Chicago, Ill. :Field Museum of Natural History,1992.

Subjects

Australia , Macropodoidea, Fossil , Marsupials, Fossil , Paleontology , Pliocene , Victoria

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.3468

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Title

The Macropodoidea (Marsupialia) of the early Pliocene Hamilton local fauna, Victoria, Australia

Title Variants:

Alternative: Macropodoidea (Marsupialia) of the early Pliocene

Related Titles

Series: Fieldiana. Geology, new ser., no. 25

Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; 1443

By

Flannery, Tim F. (Tim Fridtjof), 1956-

Lundelius, Ernest L., 1927- , joint author
Rich, Thomas H. V. , joint author
Turnbull, William D. (William D.) 1922-2011 , joint author
Field Museum of Natural History.

Type

Book

Material

Published material

Publication info

Chicago, Ill. :Field Museum of Natural History,1992.

Notes:

"Accepted July 6, 1992. Published December 31, 1992."

The early Pliocene Hamilton local fauna from southwestern Victoria, Australia, has at least fifteen kinds of macropodoids including propleopines, potoroines, hypsiprymnodontines, sthenurines, and macropodines. New taxa described here include a potoroine, Milliyowi bunganditj n. gen. and sp. and the macropodines Dorcopsis wintercookorum n. sp., Thylogale ignis n. sp., and Kurrabi pelchenorum n. sp. The other ten genera present are represented by specimens for which no species assignment has been made. These are Propleopus, Hypsiprymnodon, Troposodon, Simosthenurus, Dendrolagus, Protemnodon, Macropus (Notomacropus), Wallabia, and two Macropodidae gen. indet. (1 and 2). -- Several extant genera whose living species are almost exclusively rain forest or rain forest fringe dwellers occur in the fauna, suggesting that the fossil assemblage predominantly represents a rain forest environment.

Fieldiana series has been published as Geological Series by Field Columbian Museum (1895-1909) and Field Museum of Natural History (1909-1943), and as Fieldiana: Geology by Chicago Natural History Museum (1945-1966) and Field Museum of Natural History (1966-).

Subjects

Australia , Macropodoidea, Fossil , Marsupials, Fossil , Paleontology , Pliocene , Victoria

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English

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OCLC: 27299729

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.3468

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title = {The Macropodoidea (Marsupialia) of the early Pliocene Hamilton local fauna, Victoria, Australia },
volume = {n.s. no.25 (1992)},
copyright = {In copyright. Digitized with the permission of the rights holder.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/21545},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/3468 --- "Accepted July 6, 1992. Published December 31, 1992." --- The early Pliocene Hamilton local fauna from southwestern Victoria, Australia, has at least fifteen kinds of macropodoids including propleopines, potoroines, hypsiprymnodontines, sthenurines, and macropodines. New taxa described here include a potoroine, Milliyowi bunganditj n. gen. and sp. and the macropodines Dorcopsis wintercookorum n. sp., Thylogale ignis n. sp., and Kurrabi pelchenorum n. sp. The other ten genera present are represented by specimens for which no species assignment has been made. These are Propleopus, Hypsiprymnodon, Troposodon, Simosthenurus, Dendrolagus, Protemnodon, Macropus (Notomacropus), Wallabia, and two Macropodidae gen. indet. (1 and 2). -- Several extant genera whose living species are almost exclusively rain forest or rain forest fringe dwellers occur in the fauna, suggesting that the fossil assemblage predominantly represents a rain forest environment. --- Fieldiana series has been published as Geological Series by Field Columbian Museum (1895-1909) and Field Museum of Natural History (1909-1943), and as Fieldiana: Geology by Chicago Natural History Museum (1945-1966) and Field Museum of Natural History (1966-).},
publisher = {Chicago, Ill. :Field Museum of Natural History,},
author = {Flannery, Tim F. (Tim Fridtjof), and Lundelius, Ernest L., and Rich, Thomas H. V. and Turnbull, William D. (William D.) and Field Museum of Natural History.},
year = {1992},
pages = {425},
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TI - The Macropodoidea (Marsupialia) of the early Pliocene Hamilton local fauna, Victoria, Australia
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PB - Field Museum of Natural History,
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