Fossil anthropoids of the Yale-Cambridge India expedition of 1935

by William K. Gregory

Publisher: Carnegie Institution of Washington in Washington

Written in English
Published: Pages: 27 Downloads: 977
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  • India.

Subjects:

  • Yale-Cambridge India expedition, 1935.,
  • Apes, Fossil.,
  • Paleontology -- India.,
  • Teeth.

Edition Notes

Statementby William K. Gregory, Milo Hellman [and] G. Edward Lewis.
Series[Carnegie Institution of Washington. Publication no. 495]
ContributionsHellman, Milo, 1872- joint author., Lewis, George Edward, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE882.P7 G68
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., 27, [1] p.
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6371071M
LC Control Number38015387
OCLC/WorldCa1829657

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FOSSIL ANTHROPOIDS OF THE YALE-CAMBRIDGE INDIA EXPEDITION OF INTRODUCTION The Yale-Cambridge India Expedition ofunder the direction of Dr. de Terra, secured from severa. localities in the Siwalik bills a small but val ua ble collection of fossil. Fossil anthropoids of the Yale-Cambridge India expedition of / by William K.

Gregory, Milo Hellman [and] G. Edward Lewis by Gregory, William K. (William King), Fossil anthropoids of the Yale-Cambridge India expedition of Washington, Carnegie Institution of Washington, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: William K Gregory; Milo Hellman; George Edward Lewis.

(Introduction) The Yale-Cambridge India Expedition ofunder the direction of Dr. de Terra, secured from several localities in the Siwalik bills a small but Fossil anthropoids of the Yale-Cambridge India expedition of 1935 book collection of fossil ape teeth and parts of jaws; these prove to be of considerable importance, especially when added to the collections of the Yale North India Expedition of Abstract (Introduction) The Yale-Cambridge India Expedition ofunder the direction of Dr.

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Washington Publ Read Online Download PDF Cite this Item xml. Taxonomic Syllabus of Siwalik Fossil Anthropoidea. Sci. New Haven (Conn.) Vol. 34 by G. August 9, by the Yale North India Paleontological Ex­ pedition under Dr. Lewis (Fig. The geologic occur­ rence of R. brevirostris was first given by Lewis () as "Either latest Middle Siwalik [Dhok Pathan Zone] or basal upper Siwalik [Tatrot Zone]." However, Lewis () later.

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