Pleistocene mammals of Florida. by S. David Webb

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Published by University Presses of Florida in Gainesville .

Written in English

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  • Florida.

Subjects:

  • Mammals, Fossil -- Florida.,
  • Paleontology -- Pleistocene.,
  • Paleontology -- Florida.

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StatementEdited by S. David Webb.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE881 .W43
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 270 p.
Number of Pages270
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5043403M
ISBN 10081300361X
LC Control Number74003115

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This volume covers the chronological framework of Pleistocene mammalian evolution in Florida as it correlates with environmental cycles such as sea-level changes, describes in detail the mammalian members of certain key faunas including the most ancient fauna, and focuses on particular species or higher groups of mammals and their evolution in Author: S.

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Pleistocene mammals of Florida. David Webb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : S. David Webb. This book has the most information that a paleontologist can find about North American mammals in one place. It is an exhaustive text book chock full of facts about all the mammals from that continent that Pleistocene mammals of Florida.

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book aro years ago, 90 genera of mammals weighing over 44 kilograms became extinct. The Late Pleistocene fauna in North America included giant sloths, short-faced bears, several species of tapirs, peccaries (including the long-nosed and flat-headed peccaries), the American lion, giant tortoises, Miracinonyx ("American cheetahs", not true.

This book Pleistocene mammals of Florida. book a comprehensive treatment of all the Pleistocene species in Europe, classified according to modern taxonomic principles. For each species there is a description of its descent and migration history, its range, and its mode of life. The first version of this book was a semipopular paperback in the Swedish Aldus series.

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D KW - FU KW - Mammals, Fossil KW - Paleoecology KW - Paleontology KW - Pleistocene KW - UF ER. Pleistocene Mammal Bone From Florida. During the Pleistocene in the Cenozoic Era, ranging from million years ago to as recently as 11, years ago, extant and extinct mammals coexisted with prehistoric humans.

As with any other fossilized bones, the Pleistocene mammal bones underwent petrification or mineralization. Click here to view the University of Florida catalog record.

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The Pleistocene limestones of the Florida Keys are rich in fossils. The Pleistocene is the epoch of time best represented in Florida's fossil record. In fact, Florida's Pleistocene sediments are regarded as the best source of Pleistocene fossils in the world, especially for the mammals of that age.

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Castoroides, or giant beaver, is an extinct genus of enormous, bear-sized beavers that lived in North America during the species are currently recognized, C. dilophidus in the Southeastern US and C. ohioensis in the rest of its range.C.

leiseyorum was previously described from the Irvingtonian of Florida, but is now regarded as an invalid name. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of all the Pleistocene species in Europe, classified according to modern taxonomic principles.

For each species there is a description of its descent and migration history, its range, and its mode of life. Florida Jungle [edit | edit source].

The subtropical jungles of Florida. Florida has become a warm tropical paradise due to this new ice age. Also, just like what happened to California with the introduction of invasive and non-invasive introduced species, most animals of Florida have survived and had to co-evolved to deal with the invasive species and all other kinds of introduced species.

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Book. Hemiauchenia, synonym Tanupolama, is a genus of lamine camelids that evolved in North America in the Miocene period about 10 million years ago.

This genus diversified and moved to South America in the Early Pleistocene, as part of the Great American Biotic Interchange, giving rise to modern genus became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene.

The Pleistocene limestones of the Florida Keys are rich in Pleistocene is the epoch of time best represented in Florida’s fossil record. In fact, Florida’s Pleistocene sediments are regarded as the best source of Pleistocene fossils in the world, especially for the mammals of that age. In Chapter 5 we have seen that Pleistocene herpetofaunas are often used to suggest paleoenvironmental conditions.

The present chapter discusses the validity of this use. With the exception of behavioral responses (and a few quasi-physiological adaptations in reptiles), herpetological species are poorly adapted to resist temperature changes.

Or, to put it another way, amphibians and reptiles. This is a nice group of 4 fossilized alligator teeth from the Pleistocene of Florida. O ver 1, different species of vertebrate animals are known to have lived in Florida over the past 35 million years.

Florida has the richest fossil record of vertebrate animals of the eastern United States. This website is designed to provide basic information about each of these species, images of fossils in the Florida Museum collection, and citations to the primary scientific literature.

This is a cool turtle nuchal shell section from the Pleistocene of Florida. The way it is broken makes it look a lot like some kind of moth or butterfly. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of all the Pleistocene species in Europe, classified according to modern taxonomic principles.

For each species there is a description of its descent and migration history, its range, and its mode of life. The first version of this book was a semipopular paperback in the Swedish Aldus series/5(7). This is a nice little tooth from a Pleistocene horse in the genus Equus. Travel around the exhibit’s central island and witness the fossil history of Florida during the Eocene, Oligocene, Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs.

See Florida’s first land animals and an amazing parade of life through the ages. The exhibit ends with the arrival of humans in Florida near the end of the Pleistocene. Florida Memory is funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services. For FY, the percentage of total costs for the Florida Memory program financed with federal money is 66%; the federal dollar amount to.

North America has relatively stayed mostly the same as it was during the Holocene, but due to some natural disasters, North America has become cooler in temperature (almost as cold as it was during the Pleistocene), and invasive species turning Florida into a rainforest.

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Climate and Geography. The end of the Pleistocene epoch (20, to 12, years ago) was marked by a global ice age, which led to the extinction of many megafauna most people don't know is that this capitalized "Ice Age" was the last of no less than 11 Pleistocene ice ages, interspersed with more temperate intervals called "interglacials.'.

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