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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2011
PALAIOS (2011) 26 (4): 187–196.
...BIN BAI; YUANQING WANG; JIN MENG; XUN JIN; QIAN LI; PING LI Abstract The mammalian fauna of the so-called chalicothere pit, lower Eocene basal Arshanto Formation, Erlian Basin, Inner Mongolia, comprises at least eight species, of which Litolophus gobiensis is the most abundant large mammal...
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TABLE 2. Mass estimates for prime and old adults of  <b>Litolophus</b> <b>gobiensis</b>  ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2011
TABLE 2. Mass estimates for prime and old adults of Litolophus gobiensis from the lower molar lengths (masses in kg). *  =  Note the slope of regression equation is 3.14 in Damuth (1990 , appendix table 16.9), while that value is probably erroneously written as 4.14 in table 12.4 of Damuth
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FIGURE 3. Age classes for  <b>Litolophus</b> <b>gobiensis</b>  based on tooth wear and er...
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Published: 01 April 2011
FIGURE 3. Age classes for Litolophus gobiensis based on tooth wear and eruption. A) Subadult stage, with m3 below the bone surface. IVPP V 16155. B) Young adult stage (group A), with m3 hypoconulid below the bone surface. IVPP V 16156. C) Young adult stage (group B), with m3 hypoconulid visible
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FIGURE 4. Mortality profile of  <b>Litolophus</b> <b>gobiensis</b>  assemblage, showing t...
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Published: 01 April 2011
FIGURE 4. Mortality profile of Litolophus gobiensis assemblage, showing that the juvenile stage is underrepresented.
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FIGURE 7. Skeletal completeness of  <b>Litolophus</b> <b>gobiensis</b>  skeletal elements...
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Published: 01 April 2011
FIGURE 7. Skeletal completeness of Litolophus gobiensis skeletal elements in the assemblage. Elements are arranged according to Voorhies Groups. The larger filled square represents the relative abundance of caudal vertebrae that would result from basing their expected abundance on Rhinoceros
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APPENDIX—Census of skeletal elements of  <b>Litolophus</b> <b>gobiensis</b>  from the cha...
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Published: 01 April 2011
APPENDIX—Census of skeletal elements of Litolophus gobiensis from the chalicothere pit (NISP  =  number of identified specimens; NIA  =  number of individual animals).
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TABLE 1. Number of specimens assigned to each stage in the  <b>Litolophus</b> gobi...
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Published: 01 April 2011
TABLE 1. Number of specimens assigned to each stage in the Litolophus gobiensis assemblage. IVPP  =  Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.