1. bookVolume 19 (2013): Edition 3 (September 2013)
Détails du magazine
License
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2080-6574
ISSN
1426-8981
Première parution
24 Dec 2009
Périodicité
3 fois par an
Langues
Anglais
Accès libre

A middle Eocene mesoeucrocodylian (Crocodyliformes) from the Kaninah Formation, Republic of Yemen

Détails du magazine
License
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2080-6574
ISSN
1426-8981
Première parution
24 Dec 2009
Périodicité
3 fois par an
Langues
Anglais

Al-Sayigh, A.R., Nasir, S., Schulp, A.S. & Stevens, N.J., 2008. The first described Arsinoitherium from the Eocene Aydim Formation of Oman: biogeographic implications. Paleoworld 17, 41-46.10.1016/j.palwor.2007.07.005Search in Google Scholar

As-Saruri, M.L., 1995. Lateral lithologic change of the Habshiyah Formation (Middle Eocene) on southern Arabian Peninsula (Yemen). Abstract volume ‘Rift sedimentationand tectonics, Red Sea-Gulf of Aden region’Meeting (Sana’a, Yemen, 23-31 October 1995), 58.Search in Google Scholar

As-Saruri, M.L., 1996. Lithostratigraphic subdivision of theTertiary sediments of the Republic of Yemen. Yemen Stratigraphic Commission, Sana’a, Yemen, 12 pp.Search in Google Scholar

As-Saruri, M.L., 1998. Lithostratigraphic subdivision of the Middle Eocene of Southern Arabian Peninsula (Republic of Yemen). Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften 26, 684-695.Search in Google Scholar

As-Saruri, M.L., 1999. Lithostratigraphie der Tertiär-Sedimente der Republik Jemen. Schriftenreihe für GeologischeWissenschaften 10, 131 pp.Search in Google Scholar

As-Saruri, M.L. & Langbein, R., 1994. Über einen marinterrestrischen Faziesübergang im Mitteleozän des Jemen. Abstract volume ‘Sediment 94, Greifswalder GeowissenschaftlicheBeiträge’, Greifswald, 1994, 10-12.Search in Google Scholar

As-Saruri, M.L. & Langbein, R., 1995. Die mitteleozäne Habshiyah Formation auf der südlichen Arabischen Halbinsel. Zentralblatt für Geologie und Paläontologie 1, 161-174.Search in Google Scholar

As-Saruri, M.L., Whybrow, P.J. & Collinson, M.E., 1998. Discovery of fruits, seeds and vertebrates in the Kaninah and Mayfa’ah Formations (Middle Eocene), Republic of Yemen. Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften 26, 697-703.Search in Google Scholar

As-Saruri, M.L., Whybrow, P.J. & Collinson, M.E., 1999. Geology, fruits, seeds and vertebrates (?Sirenia) from the Kaninah Formation (Middle Eocene), Republic of Yemen. [In:] P.J. Whybrow & A. Hill (Eds): Fossil Vertebratesof Arabia. Yale University Press, New Haven, 441-451.Search in Google Scholar

Benton, M.J. & Clark, J.M., 1988. Archosaur phylogeny and the relationships of the Crocodylia. [In:] M.J. Benton (Ed.): The phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 295-338.Search in Google Scholar

Beydoun, Z.R., 1966. Eastern Aden Protectorate and part of Dhufar. United States Geological Survey ProfessionalPaper 560-H, 49 pp.Search in Google Scholar

Beydoun, Z.R. & As-Saruri, M.L., 1998. Phanerozoic depositional basins and inter-basinal highs of Yemen: their structural framework and sedimentary cover. Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften 26: 517-529.Search in Google Scholar

Beydoun, Z.R., As-Saruri, M.L. & Baraba, R.S., 1996. Sedimentary basins of the Republic of Yemen: their structural evolution and geological characteristics. Revuede l’Institute Français du Pétrole 51, 763-775.10.2516/ogst:1996049Search in Google Scholar

Beydoun, Z.R., As-Saruri, M.L., El-Nakhal, H., Al-Ganad, I.N., Baraba, R.S., Nani, A.O. & Al-Aawah, M.H., 1998. International lexicon of stratigraphy, Republic of Yemen: v. III, Asia, fascicule, 10b2. IUGS Publication 34, 245 pp. Doi: 10.1017/S001675689922290X.10.1017/S001675689922290XSearch in Google Scholar

Buscalioni, A.D. & Sanz, J.L., 1988. Phylogenetic relationships of the Atoposauridae (Archosauria, Crocodylomorpha). Historical Biology 1, 233-250.10.1080/08912968809386477Search in Google Scholar

Buscalioni, A.D. & Sanz, J.L., 1990. The family Atoposauridae: an approach to the history of dwarf crocodiles. Treballs del Museu de Geologia de Barcelona 1, 77-89.Search in Google Scholar

Fara, E., 2000. Diversity of Callovian-Ypresian (Middle Jurassic-Eocene) tetrapod families and selectivity of extinctions at the K/T boundary. Geobios 33, 387-396.10.1016/S0016-6995(00)80166-7Search in Google Scholar

Flynn, L.J. & Jacobs, L.L., 1999. Late Miocene small-mammal faunal dynamics: the crossroads of the Arabian Peninsula. [In:] P.J. Whybrow & A. Hill (Eds): Fossilvertebrates of Arabia. Yale University Press, New Haven, 410-419.Search in Google Scholar

Gervais, P., 1871. Remarques au sujet des reptiles provenant des calcaires lithographiques de Cerin, dans le Bugey, qui sont conservés au Musée de Lyon. ComptesRendus des séances de I’Académie de Sciences 73: 603-607.Search in Google Scholar

Henrici, A.C. & Baez, A.M., 2001. First occurrence of Xenopus (Anura: Pipidae) on the Arabian Peninsula: a new species from the upper Oligocene of Yemen. Journal of Paleontology 75, 870-882.10.1017/S0022336000016966Search in Google Scholar

Hill, R.V., McCartney, J.A., Roberts, E., Bouaré, M., Sissoko, F. & O’Leary, M.A., 2008. Dyrosaurid (Crocodyliformes: Mesoeucrocodylia) fossils from the Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene of Mali: implications for phylogeny and survivorship across the K/T/boundary. American Museum Novitates 3631, 1-19.10.1206/598.1Search in Google Scholar

Huxley, T.H., 1875. On Stagonolepis robertsoni, and on the evolution of the Crocodilia. Quarterly Journal of the GeologicalSociety 31, 423-438.10.1144/GSL.JGS.1875.031.01-04.29Search in Google Scholar

Jacobs, L.L., Murry, P.A., Downs, W.R. & El-Nakhal, H.A., 1998. A dinosaur from the Republic of Yemen. [In:] P.J. Whybrow & A. Hill (Eds): Fossil vertebrates ofArabia. Yale University Press, New Haven, 454-459.Search in Google Scholar

Lauprasert, K., Laojumpon, C., Saenphala, W., Cuny, G., Thirakhupt, K. & Suteethorn, V., 2011. Atoposaurid crocodyliforms from the Khorat Group of Thailand: first record of Theriosuchus from southeast Asia. PaläontologischeZeitschrift 85, 37-47.10.1007/s12542-010-0071-zSearch in Google Scholar

Markwick, P.J., 1998. Crocodilian diversity in space and time: the role of climate in paleoecology and its implication for understanding K/T extinctions. Paleobiology 24, 470-497.10.1017/S009483730002011XSearch in Google Scholar

Martin, J.E., Rabi, M. & Csiki, Z. 2010. Survival of Theriosuchus (Mesoeucrocodylia: Atoposauridae) in a Late Cretaceous archipelago: a new species from the Maastrichtian of Romania. Naturwissenschaften 97, 845-854.10.1007/s00114-010-0702-y20711558Search in Google Scholar

Michard, J.G, De-Broin, F., Brunet, M. & Hell, J., 1990. Le plus ancien crocodilien néosuchien spécialisé à caractères ‘eusuchiens’ du continent africain (Crétacé inférieur, Cameroun). Comptes Rendus Academie Sciences Paris 311, 365-371.Search in Google Scholar

Salisbury, S.W., Molnar, R.E., Frey, E. & Willis, P.M.A., 2006. The origin of modern crocodyliforms: new evidence from the Cretaceous of Australia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273, 2439-2448.10.1098/rspb.2006.3613163489916959633Search in Google Scholar

Salisbury, S. & Frey, E., 2001. A biomechanical transformation model for the evolution of semi-spheroidal articulations between adjoining vertebral bodies in crocodilians. [In:] G.C. Grigg, F. Seebacher & C.E. Franklin (Eds): Crocodilian biology and evolution. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton, NSW, 85-134.Search in Google Scholar

Schulp, A.S., Al-Wosabi, M. & Stevens, N.J., 2008. First dinosaur tracks from the Arabian Peninsula. Public Library of Science - ONE, http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0002243.Search in Google Scholar

Schwarz, D., Frey, E. & Martin, T., 2006. The postcranial skeleton of the Hyposaurinae (Dyrosauridae; Crocodyliformes). Palaeontology 49, 695-718.10.1111/j.1475-4983.2006.00563.xSearch in Google Scholar

Seiffert, E.R., Nasir, S., Al-Harthy, A., Groenke, J.R., Kraatz, B.P., Stevens, N.J. & Al-Sayigh, A.R., 2012. Diversity in the later Paleogene proboscidean radiation: a small barytheriid from the Oligocene of Dhofar Governorate, Sultanate of Oman. Naturwissenschaften 99, 133-141.10.1007/s00114-011-0878-922230880Search in Google Scholar

Thomas, H., Roger, J., Sen, S., Pickford, M., Gheerbrant, E., Al-Sulaimani, Z. & Al-Busaidi, S., 1989. Oligocene and Miocene terrestrial vertebrates in the southern Arabian Peninsula (Sultanate of Oman) and their geodynamic and palaeogeographic significance. [In:] P.J. Whybrow & A. Hill (Eds): Fossil vertebrates of Arabia. Yale University Press, New Haven, 430-442.Search in Google Scholar

Whetstone, K.N. & Whybrow, P.J., 1983. A “cursorial” crocodilian from the Triassic of Lesotho (Basutoland), southern Africa. Occasional Papers of the University of Kansas Museum of Natural History 106, 1-37.Search in Google Scholar

Winkler, A.J., 1992. Systematics and biogeography of middle Miocene rodents from the Muruyur beds, Baringo district, Kenya. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 12, 236-249.10.1080/02724634.1992.10011453Search in Google Scholar

Winkler, A.J., 1994. The middle/upper Miocene dispersal of major rodent groups between southern Asia and Africa. [In:] Y. Tomida, C.K. Li & T. Setoguchi (Eds): Rodent and lagomorph families of Asian origins and diversification. National Museum of Nature and Science Monographs, Tokyo 8: 173-184.Search in Google Scholar

Zalmout, I.S., Sanders, W.J., MacLatchy, L.M., Gunnell, G.F., Al-Mufarreh, Y.A., Ali, M.A., Nasser, A.-A.H., Al-Masari, A.M., Al-Sobhi, S.A., Nadhra, A.O., Matari, A.H., Wilson J.A. & Gingerich, P.D., 2010. New Oligocene primate from Saudi Arabia and the divergence of apes and Old World monkeys. Nature 466, 360-364. 10.1038/nature0909420631798Search in Google Scholar

Articles recommandés par Trend MD

Planifiez votre conférence à distance avec Sciendo