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Description of new species of Osteostraci from the Man On The Hill locality, Northwest Territories, Canada, with consideration of the phylogenetic and biogeographic significance of the new taxaDownload
The Lochkovian (Lower Devonian) Man on the Hill (MOTH ) locality, Northwest Territories, Canada, is a Konservat-Lagerstätte, where articulated early vertebrate remains are found. Among the early vertebrates preserved at the MOTH locality are the Osteostraci. Many specimens of osteostracan have...
The occurrence of vertebrate fossils from the Ravenscrag Formation near Roche Percée, southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada, documents the presence of a large and diverse assemblage of early late Paleocene (approximately 58 million years) mammals. Previous studies of the Roche Percée localities have...