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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1978
Rocky Mountain Geology (1978) 16 (2): 95–101.
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1971
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1971) 8 (1): 170–174.
...C. R. Harington Abstract A tooth-bearing facial fragment of the extinct cat Panthera atrox is described. The specimen, from Pleistocene gravels near Bindloss, Alberta, extends the known northward range of this species on the Great Plains. Although the exact geological age of the specimen...
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1969
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1969) 6 (5): 1277–1288.
...C. R. Harington Abstract Skull and forelimb fragments of the large, extinct cat ( Panthera atrox ) from Pleistocene sediments in the Dawson area, Yukon Territory, are the first records of the species for Canada. A further specimen from the Kaolak River, near the arctic coast of Alaska...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1967
Journal of Paleontology (1967) 41 (1): 247–251.
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(A)  <b>Panthera</b> <b>atrox</b> . 77569. Cross-section of ulna. (B)  <b>Panthera</b> <b>atrox</b>.  7...
Published: 23 May 2019
Fig. 3. (A) Panthera atrox . 77569. Cross-section of ulna. (B) Panthera atrox. 77570, Cross-section of radius. (C) Equus cf. conversidens. 77561. Right milk p 3 , occlusal view, early wear. (D and E) Panthera onca . 77556. Right P 4 , occlusal and buccal views. (F) Bison sp. 77574. Left
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(A)  <b>Panthera</b> <b>atrox</b> . 77570. Left radius, midshaft portion, ends rounded by...
Published: 23 May 2019
Fig. 4. (A) Panthera atrox . 77570. Left radius, midshaft portion, ends rounded by gnawing, antero-lateral aspect. Line indicates locus of section ( Fig. 3B ). (B) Equus , cf. E. conversidens . 77559. Right upper milk premolar p 4 ; paracone, protocone, protoconule newly in occlusion; hypocone
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Box-and-whisker plots comparing KNM-ND 59673 and  <b>Panthera</b> <b>atrox</b> , extant  ...
Published: 09 November 2017
Figure 4 Box-and-whisker plots comparing KNM-ND 59673 and Panthera atrox , extant Panthera leo , and Panthera spelaea for selected metric variables. ( 4.1 ) Upper third premolar length (LP3); ( 4.2 ) upper carnassial length (LP4); ( 4.3 ) palate length (PL); and ( 4.4 ) basilar length (BL
Journal Article
Published: 23 May 2019
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2020) 57 (3): 366–376.
...Fig. 3. (A) Panthera atrox . 77569. Cross-section of ulna. (B) Panthera atrox. 77570, Cross-section of radius. (C) Equus cf. conversidens. 77561. Right milk p 3 , occlusal view, early wear. (D and E) Panthera onca . 77556. Right P 4 , occlusal and buccal views. (F) Bison sp. 77574. Left...
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Series: GSA Field Guides, GSA Field Guides
Published: 01 January 2017
DOI: 10.1130/2017.0045(01)
EISBN: 9780813756455
... distinct species of Equus, two species of Bison, Panthera atrox, Smilodon fatalis, Canis dirus, Megalonyx jeffersonii, and Nothrotheriops shastensis are also present, and newly recognized faunal components include micromammals, amphibians, snakes, and birds. Invertebrates, plant macrofossils...
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1972
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1972) 9 (11): 1562–1567.
...C. S. Churcher Abstract Mammals recovered from gravels lying about 100 ft (30 m) above the level of the Red Deer River on Highway 41, halfway between Bindloss and Empress, now comprise Mammuthus imperator and Equus ( Asinus ) conversidens in addition to the lion-like cat ( Panthera atrox...
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<b>Panthera</b>  cf.  P. <b>atrox</b> , ROM 73569, proximal part of left metatarsal IV in...
Published: 28 January 2019
Fig. 5. Panthera cf. P. atrox , ROM 73569, proximal part of left metatarsal IV in (A) dorsal, (B) medial, (C) plantar, (D) lateral, and (E) proximal views. Panthera cf. P. atrox , ROM 73568, distal part of left metatarsal IV in (F) dorsal, (G) medial, (H) plantar, (I) lateral, and (J
Journal Article
Published: 28 January 2019
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2019) 56 (10): 1052–1060.
...Fig. 5. Panthera cf. P. atrox , ROM 73569, proximal part of left metatarsal IV in (A) dorsal, (B) medial, (C) plantar, (D) lateral, and (E) proximal views. Panthera cf. P. atrox , ROM 73568, distal part of left metatarsal IV in (F) dorsal, (G) medial, (H) plantar, (I) lateral, and (J...
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Journal Article
Published: 09 November 2017
Journal of Paleontology (2018) 92 (2): 305–312.
...Figure 4 Box-and-whisker plots comparing KNM-ND 59673 and Panthera atrox , extant Panthera leo , and Panthera spelaea for selected metric variables. ( 4.1 ) Upper third premolar length (LP3); ( 4.2 ) upper carnassial length (LP4); ( 4.3 ) palate length (PL); and ( 4.4 ) basilar length (BL...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1994
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1994) 31 (2): 393–400.
... simus (giant short-faced bear), and Panthera leo atrox (Pleistocene lion). The carnivores are first records for the region, and Arctodus is a first record for Alberta. Pendant de nombreuses années des fossiles datant du Pléistocène tardif ont été récupérés sporadiquement dans la région d'Edmonton, en...
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Graph of the δ 13 C v. δ 18 O values for Cedral fauna. A –  Arctodus simus ...
Published: 10 November 2016
sp.; HM – Hemiauchenia macrocephala ; HV – Hemiauchenia vera ; MM – Mammut americanum ; MC – Mammuthus columbi ; MJ – Megalonyx cf. M . jeffersoni ; N – Nothrotheriops shastensis ; P – Panthera atrox ; PH – Paramylodon harlani ; PL – Platygonus sp.; T – Tapirus haysii .
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FIGURE 3 —Oxygen isotope values within non-saber-toothed species. (A)  Pant...
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Published: 01 August 2008
FIGURE 3 —Oxygen isotope values within non-saber-toothed species. (A) Panthera leo atrox (UCMP 189613); (B) P. leo (MVZ 155588)
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Smilodon fatalis , ROM 71566, partial right metacarpal V in (A) dorsal, (B)...
Published: 28 January 2019
left metacarpal V in (H) palmar and (I) medial views. Panthera atrox , ROM 44951, reflected left metacarpal V in (J) palmar and (K) medial views. dp, distal protuberance of articular surface with metacarpal IV; lt, lateral tuberosity; mc4, articular surface with metacarpal IV; ms, muscle scar; u
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Figure  6. Species richness in theropod (Nemegt, Judith River, Morrison), e...
Published: 01 January 2002
composition of all mammalian guilds except the Rancholabrean, see Van Valkenburgh 1985, 1991. Rancholabrean guild includes Canis lupus , C. dirus , C. latrans , Smilodon fatalis , Homotherium serus , Panthera atrox , P. onca , P. concolor , Lynx rufus , Miracinonyx trumani ; Arctodus simus , Ursus
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Basic statistics for the three comparative taxa and four variables used in ...
Published: 09 November 2017
Table 2 Basic statistics for the three comparative taxa and four variables used in the paper. Raw data are given in Supplementary Information. For abbreviations, see Material and Methods. Group Panthera leo Panthera spelaea Panthera atrox LP3 Mean 24.0 27.0
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Figure  7. Body size (log  10 ) distribution of hypercarnivorous species in...
Published: 01 January 2002
; PAT = Panthera atrox ; FRE = Felis (?) rexroadensis ; BDI = Borophagus diversidens ; CAR = Canis armbrusteri ; COS = Chasmoporthetes ossifragus ; SGR = Smilodon gracilis ; HCR = Hyaenodon crucians ; HPR = Hoplophoneuus primaevus ; DSP = Dinictis sp.; HHO = Hyaenodon horridus ; ESI