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† Borophagini

Borophagini

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Gruppierung

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Gaeabionta  ⇒ Domäne: Eukaryota  ⇒ Reich: Animalia  ⇒ Mittelreich: Eumetazoa  ⇒ Klade: Triploblastica  ⇒ Klade: Nephrozoa  ⇒ Abzweig: Deuterostomia  ⇒ Stamm: Chordata  ⇒ Unterstamm: Vertebrata  ⇒ Infrastamm: Gnathostomata  ⇒ Superklasse: Tetrapoda  ⇒ Klasse: Mammalia  ⇒ Unterklasse: Theriiformes  ⇒ Infraklasse: Holotheria  ⇒ Superlegion: Trechnotheria  ⇒ Legion: Cladotheria  ⇒ Sublegion: Zatheria  ⇒ Infralegion: Tribosphenida  ⇒ Superkohorte: Theria  ⇒ Unterklasse: Eutheria  ⇒ Überordnung: Laurasiatheria  ⇒ Klade: Carnivoramorpha  ⇒ Ordnung: Carnivora  ⇒ Unterordnung: Caniformia  ⇒ Superfamilie: Canoidea  ⇒ Familie: Canidae  ⇒ Unterfamilie: Borophaginae

Taxo­no­mie Stufe

Tribus

Die gezeigte Taxonomie ist der Versuch aus Einstufungen verschiedenster Wissenschaftler eine schlüssige Zuordnung zu treffen. Da sich die Taxonomie durch verfeinerte Untersuchungsmethoden und weitere Funde verändern kann, versteht sich unsere Zuordnung nur als Anhaltspunkt.

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Ent­spre­chen­der Autor (Name, Jahr)

Simpson, 1945

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Borophagini

Lebenszeitraum in Million Jahren (Ma)

Startalter: 26.3 Ma - Endalter: 1.8 Ma
Phanerozoic
(Phanerozoikum)
Cenozoic
(Känozoikum)
Quaternary
(Quartär)
Neogene
(Neogen)
Paleogene
(Paläogen)
Pleistocene
(Pleistozän)
Pliocene
(Pliozän)
Miocene
(Miozän)
Oligocene
(Oligozän)
Calabrian
(Unteres Pleistozän)
Gelasian
(Gelasium)
Piacenzian
(Piacenzium)
Zanclean
(Zancleum)
Messinian
(Messinium)
Tortonian
(Tortonium)
Serravallian
(Serravallium)
Langhian
(Langhium)
Burdigalian
(Burdigalium)
Aquitanian
(Aquitanium)
Chattian
(Chattium)
0.781
1.806
1.806
2.588
2.588
3.6
3.6
5.332
5.332
7.246
7.246
11.6
11.6
13.65
13.65
15.97
15.97
20.43
20.43
23.03
23.03
28.4

Zusätzliche Daten von PBDB, Lizenz: CC BY

Motilität: aktiv mobil
Lebensweise und Ort: Boden bewohnend
Umweltbedingungen: landgebunden (terrestrisch)
Ernährungsweise:

Allesfresser (omnivore)

Zusammensetzung der Überreste:

phosphatisch

Referenz- und Quellangaben, Literatur

Automatische Verweise auf fremde Internet-Inhalte (Verantwortlichkeit liegt beim Betreiber)

Suche nach Taxonomie bei PaleobioDB.org
Suche nach Taxonomie bei Fossilworks
Suche nach Taxonomie bei The Taxonomicon

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Fossilzuordnungen (69)

Referenzen von PBDB, Lizenz: CC BY

  • S. R. May, 2019 - The Lapara Creek Fauna: Early Clarendonian of south Texas, USA - Palaeontologia Electronica (), 1-129 (journal article, English)
  • S. E. Jasinski, 2015 - A Borophagine canid (Carnivora: Canidae: Borophaginae) from the middle Miocene Chesapeake Group of eastern North America - Journal of Paleontology (89), 1082-1088 (journal article, English)
  • X. Wang, 2004 - A new species of Aelurodon (Carnivora, Canidae) from the Barstovian of Montana - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (24), 445-452 (journal article, English)
  • X. Wang, 1999 - Phylogenetic systematics of the Borophaginae (Carnivora: Canidae) - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (243), 1-392 (journal article, English)
  • X. Wang, 1994 - Phylogenetic systematics of the Hesperocyoninae (Carnivora: Canidae) - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (221), 1-207 (journal article, English)
  • X. Wang, 1992 - The status of genus Nothocyon Matthew, 1899 (Carnivora): an arctoid not a canid - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (12), 223-229 (journal article, English)
  • B. Kurten, 1980 - - Pleistocene mammals of North America (), 1-442 (book, English)
  • K. A. Richey, 1979 - ariation and evolution in the premolar teeth of Osteobous and Borophagus (Canidae) - Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences (7), 105-124 (journal article, English)
  • M. F. Skinner, 1977 - Stratigraphy and biostratigraphy of late Cenozoic deposits in central Sioux County, western Nebraska - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (158), 263-370 (journal article, )
  • S. D. Webb, 1969 - The Burge and Minnechaduza Clarendonian Mammalian Faunas of North-Central Nebraska - University of California Publications in Geological Sciences (78), 1-191 (journal article, English)
  • S. D. Webb, 1969 - The Pliocene Canidae of Florida - Bulletin of the Florida State Museum (14), 273-308 (journal article, English)
  • H. J. Cook, 1962 - New Carnivora from the Miocene and Pliocene of Western Nebraska - Journal of Paleontology (36), 560-567 (journal article, English)
  • E. R. Hall, 1962 - A new doglike carnivore, genus Cynarctus, from the Clarendonian, Pliocene, of Texas - University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History (14), 135-138 (journal article, English)
  • M. Green, 1948 - A new species of dog from the Lower Pliocene of California - University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences (28), 81-90 (journal article, English)
  • T. E. White, 1947 - Additions to the Miocene fauna of north Florida - Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (99), 497-515 (journal article, English)
  • T. E. White, 1942 - The Lower Miocene mammal fauna of Florida - Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (92), 1-49 (journal article, English)
  • P. C. Henshaw, 1942 - A Tertiary mammalian fauna from the San Antonio Mountains near Tonopah, Nevada - Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication (530), 77-168 (journal article, English)
  • T. E. White, 1941 - Addition to the fauna of the Florida Pliocene - Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club (18), 67-70 (journal article, English)
  • T. E. White, 1941 - Additions to the Miocene Fauna of Florida - Proceedings of the New England Zoölogical Club (18), 91-98 (journal article, English)
  • V. L. VanderHoof, 1940 - A review of the genus Aelurodon - University of California Publications in Geological Sciences (25), 143-164 (journal article, English)
  • J. A. Wilson, 1939 - A New Species of Dog from the Miocene of Colorado - Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan (5), 315-318 (journal article, English)
  • C. S. Johnston, 1939 - Preliminary report on the late middle Pliocene, Axtel locality, and the description of a new member of the genus Osteoborus - American Journal of Science (237), 895-898 (journal article, English)
  • K. A. Richey, 1938 - Osteoborus diabloensis, a New Dog From the Black Hawk Ranch Fauna, Mount Diablo, California - University of California Publications Bulletin of the Department of Geology (24), 303-308 (journal article, English)
  • C. T. Berry, 1938 - A Miocene dog from Maryland - Proceedings of the United States National Museum (85), 159-161 (journal article, English)
  • J. R. Schultz, 1937 - A Late Cenozoic Vertebrate Fauna From the Coso Mountains, Inyo County, California - Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication (487), 77-109 (journal article, English)
  • P. O. McGrew, 1935 - A new Cynodesmus from the Lower Pliocene of Nebraska with notes on the phylogeny of the dogs - University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences (23), 305-312 (journal article, English)
  • R. A. Stirton, 1933 - Osteoborus, a New Genus of Dogs, and Its Relations to Borophagus Cope - University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences (23), 175-181 (journal article, English)
  • G. G. Simpson, 1932 - Miocene land mammals from Florida - Bulletin of the Florida State Geological Survey (10), 7-41 (journal article, English)
  • V. L. VanderHoof, 1931 - Borophagus littoralis From the Marine Tertiary of California - University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences (21), 15-24 (journal article, English)
  • H. T. Martin, 1928 - Two new carnivores from the Pliocene of Kansas - Journal of Mammalogy (9), 233-236 (journal article, English)
  • O. P. Hay, 1924 - Description of some fossil vertebrates from the Upper Miocene of Texas - Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington (37), 1-18 (journal article, English)
  • W. D. Matthew, 1924 - Third contribution to the Snake Creek Fauna - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (50), 59-210 (journal article, English)
  • M. R. Thorpe, 1922 - Some Tertiary Carnivora in the Marsh collection, with descriptions of new forms - American Journal of Science (3), 423-455 (journal article, English)
  • J. C. Merriam, 1919 - Tertiary mammalian faunas of the Mohave desert - University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology (11), 437-585 (journal article, English)
  • W. D. Matthew, 1918 - Contributions to the Snake Creek Fauna with notes upon the Pleistocene of western Nebraska, American Museum Expedition of 1916 - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (38), 183-229 (journal article, English)
  • E. H. Barbour, 1917 - Skull of Aelurodon platyrhinus, sp. nov. - Nebraska Geological Survey (7), 173-180 (journal article, English)
  • E. H. Barbour, 1914 - Two new fossil dogs of the genus Cynarctus from Nebraska - Nebraska Geological Survey (4), 225-227 (journal article, English)
  • H. J. Cook, 1914 - A New Canid From the Lower Pliocene of Nebraska Tephrocyon mortifer - Nebraska Geological Survey Bulletin (7), 49-50 (journal article, English)
  • J. C. Merriam, 1911 - Tertiary Mammal Beds Of Virgin Valley and Thousand Creek In Northwestern Nevada. Part II.-Vertebrate Faunas - University of California Publications Bulletin of the Department of Geology (6), 199-304 (journal article, English)
  • W. D. Matthew, 1909 - A Pliocene fauna from western Nebraska - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (26), 361-414 (journal article, English)
  • W. D. Matthew, 1907 - A Lower Miocene fauna from South Dakota - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (23), 169-219 (journal article, English)
  • J. C. Merriam, 1906 - Carnivora From the Tertiary Formations of the John Day Region - University of California Publications Bulletin of the Department of Geology (5), 1-64 (journal article, English)
  • W. D. Matthew, 1904 - Notice of two new Oligocene camels - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (20), 211-215 (journal article, )
  • E. Douglass, 1903 - New vertebrates from the Montana Tertiary - Annals of Carnegie Museum (2), 145-199 (journal article, English)
  • J. C. Merriam, 1903 - The Pliocene and Quaternary Canidae of the Great Valley of California - University of California Publications Bulletin of the Department of Geology (3), 277-290 (journal article, English)
  • W. D. Matthew, 1902 - A skull of Dinocyon from the Miocene of Texas - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (16), 129-136 (journal article, )
  • W. D. Matthew, 1902 - New canidae from the Miocene of Colorado - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (16), 281-290 (journal article, English)
  • J.B. Hatcher, 1894 - On a Small Collection of Vertebrate Fossils from the Loup Fork Beds of Northwestern Nebraska; with Note on the Geology of the Region - The American Naturalist (28), 236-248 (journal article, English)
  • W. B. Scott, 1893 - The Mammals of the Deep River Beds - The American Naturalist (27), 659-662 (journal article, English)
  • E. D. Cope, 1893 - A preliminary report on the vertebrate paleontology of the Llano Estacado - Fourth Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Texas (1892), 11-136 (book chapter, English)
  • E. D. Cope, 1881 - On the Canidae of the Loup Fork Epoch - Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey (6), 387-390 (journal article, English)
  • J. Leidy, 1858 - Notice of Remains of Extinct Vertebrata, from the Valley of the Niobrara River, Collected during the Exploring Expedition of 1857, in Nebraska, under the Command of Lieut. G. K. Warren, U. S. Top. Eng., by Dr. F. V. Hayden, Geologist to the Expedition - Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (10), 15-89 (journal article, English)