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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2012
Journal of Paleontology (2012) 86 (1): 44–50.
... to Bothriogenys cf. gorringei Andrews and Beadnell, 1902 . The petrosal is visible through the dorsal aspect of the skull where the calvarium is broken. Other images of this skull are available on www.MorphoBank.org (Project 420). DPC 5248 ( Fig. 2 ), posterior cranium with dorsally exposed left...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 September 2008
PALAIOS (2008) 23 (9): 574–585.
... hippopotamids, we construct a quantitative model for the hippo ecomorph that accounts for environmental and physiological influences on oxygen isotope values. This model is then applied to three test cases from the fossil record. The first looks at the early Oligocene anthracothere Bothriogenys gorringei...
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New fossil anthracotheriid skull (DPC 5248) in  1 , dorsal; and  2 , ventra...
Published: 01 January 2012
F igure 2 New fossil anthracotheriid skull (DPC 5248) in 1 , dorsal; and 2 , ventral views, referred to Bothriogenys cf. gorringei Andrews and Beadnell, 1902 . The petrosal is visible through the dorsal aspect of the skull where the calvarium is broken. Other images of this skull
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Comparisons of the relative shape of the petrosal bone of the ear in terres...
Published: 01 January 2012
F igure 4 Comparisons of the relative shape of the petrosal bone of the ear in terrestrial, aquatic and semiaquatic artiodactyls. 1 , 2 , CT scans of left ear region in coronal view: 1 , Hippopotamus amphibius (AMNH 53769); 2 , the anthracotheriid Bothriogenys cf. gorringei (DPC 5248
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CT-based comparisons of relative petrosal density and volume.  1 , bones un...
Published: 01 January 2012
of the fossil; this taxon likely had a volume comparable to that of hippopotamids. Specimens are: extinct cetaceamorphans (Dorudon atrox [UM 94812], Basilosaurus isis [UM-GSP 97507]); extinct artiodactyls (Merycoidodon sp. [AMNH-VP Lusk 0781572] and Bothriogenys cf. gorringei [DPC 5248]); and an extinct