2 edition of Avifauna of the McKittrick Pleistocene found in the catalog.
Avifauna of the McKittrick Pleistocene
Miller, Loye Holmes
|Other titles||McKittrick Pleistocene.|
|Statement||by Loye Miller.|
|Series||University of California publications. Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences -- v. 15, no. 9, University of California publications in geological sciences -- v. 15, no. 9.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaf, p. -326 :|
|Number of Pages||326|
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Avifauna of the McKittrick pleistocene by Miller, Loye Holmes; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Paleontology, Birds, Fossil, Fossil Birds; Places: California; Times: Pleistocene.
Loye Miller; A Second Avifauna from the McKittrick Pleistocene, The Condor, Vol Issue 2, 1 MarchPages 72–79, by: 6. South America was isolated for a long time in the Cenozoic. This explains, in part, the rich and diverse fauna that evolved only in Avifauna of the McKittrick Pleistocene book continent.
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The extant macaronesian avifauna shows both a lower number of endemic species and lower radiation within lineages. This is despite the fact that some genera inhabiting Macaronesia, such as Anthus, Saxicola and Turdus, have diversified extensively outside of the region (Voelker,Nylander et al.,Illera et al., a).Cited by: A SECOND AVIFAUNA FROM THE McKITTRICK PLEISTOCENE WITH THREE CHARTS By LOYE MILLER In Merriam and Stock announced the discovery of vertebrate remains pre-served in asphalt of Pleistocene age at McKittrick, California.
Birds from this deposit were made the subject of several papers by Miller (Condor, 24,pp. The Falcons of the McKittrick Pleistocene: The fossil birds of California: an avifauna and bibliography with annotations: From Field and Study: The interpretive naturalist: Journal of first trip of University of California to John Day beds of eastern Oregon.
Lifelong boyhood; recollections of a naturalist afield. New bird horizons in California.The McKittrick Tar Pits (also McKittrick Oil Seeps and McKittrick Brea Pits) are a series of natural asphalt lakes situated in the western part of Kern County in southern California.
The pits are the most extensive asphalt lakes in the state. The McKittrick Tar Pits are one of the five natural asphalt lake areas in the world, the others being Tierra de Brea in Trinidad and Missing: Avifauna.Juliana Berners (): Book of St.
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(): The late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) avifauna of Little Box Elder Cave, Wyoming. Rocky Mountain Geology 23 Filumo: Ĥorduloj Chordata.