Post-cranial skeletal characters of Bison and Bos.

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Bison -- Morphology., Zebus -- Morphology., Bos -- Morphology., Skel
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LC ClassificationsE51 .H337 vol. 35, no. 4
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XXXV, NO. 4 POST-CRANIAL SKELETAL CHARACTERS OF BISON AND BOS BY STANLEY J. OLSEN PUBLISHED BY THE PEABODY MUSEUM CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S.A. 15 97 H v. 35 YIO.4 p R UNIVERSITY OF FL LIBR VOLUME I complete. Publisher’s original pictorial tan wrappers, 4to.

The intended purpose of this work is to aid the archaeologist, non-specialist and even the specialists in distinguishing the postcranial skeletal elements of Bos, Bison, Cervus and Equus down to the species level.

WSU Laboratory of Anthropology, Report of Investigations, no. Post-cranial skeletal characters of Bison and Bos. book Christopher L. Brown, Carl E. Gustafson. Discount prices on books by Stanley J. Olsen, including titles like Post-Cranial Skeletal Characters of Bison and Bos (Classic Reprint).

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Subjects: with notes on bos and bison. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Post-cranial skeletal characters of deer, pronghorn. Part II: Post-Cranial Skeletal Characters of Deer, Pronghorn, and Sheep-Goat with Notes on Bos and Bison, Barbara Lawrence (Report no.

4, Peabody Museum Awatovi Expedition). Vol no. Post-Cranial Skeletal Characters of Bison and Bos, Stanley J. Olsen. Based on Cooper complete carcasses that provided associated dentition and post-cranial elements, Bement and Basmajian (), however, found that the fusion schedule for ancient bison varied from.

Post-cranial skeletal characters of Bison and Bos. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambri #4. Olsen, S. J., Mammal Remains from Archaeological Sites Part 1: Southeastern and Southwestern United States.

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Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Volume 35 (5) Pt. II, pp. Lawrence, B. Mammals found at the Awatovi Site: post-cranial skeletal characters of deer, pronghorn, and sheep-goat with notes on Bos and Bison.

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16, T24N, R9E, Taos County (UTM coordinates N, E, zone 13). The fossil consists of the distal end of the right humerus, the articulated proximal end of the co-ossified radius-ulna and the separate ulnar olecranon ossification.Ebros " Wide Western Southwest Steer Bison Buffalo Bull Cow Horned Skull Head With Faux Turquoise Diamond And Dream Catcher Feathers With Beads Wall Mount Decor Native Animal Totem Bust Skulls out of 5 stars 8.Bos Versus Bison.

The wood bison has been documented as a valid subspecies of North American bison (Cook and Muir ; van Zyll de Jong ). However, some taxonomists believe that, because of the close morphological and genetic similarity of Bos and Bison, they should be united in a single genus (Simpson ; Van Gelden ).