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Record #143576:

Cosmopolitanism among Gondwanan Late Cretaceous mammals / David W. Krause, G.V.R. Prasad, Wighart von Koenigswald, Ashok Sahni, Frederick E. Grine.

Title: Cosmopolitanism among Gondwanan Late Cretaceous mammals / David W. Krause, G.V.R. Prasad, Wighart von Koenigswald, Ashok Sahni, Frederick E. Grine.
Author(s): Krause, David W.
Prasad, G. V. R.
Koenigswald, Wighart von.
Sahni, Ashok.
Grine, Frederick E.
Date: 1997.
In: Nature. (1997.), Vol. 390(6659) (1997)
Abstract: Describes new records of highly specialized and distinctive group of mammals from Late Cretaceous of Madagascar and India, which indicate that Antarctic may have served as important Cretaceous biogeographic link with South America.
Notes:

Nature. Vol. 390(6659) :504-507 (1997).

Keywords: 56 -- Palaeontology.
599 -- Mammalia.
551.763 -- Cretaceous.
551.8 -- Palaeogeography.
551.41 -- Reconstruction of ancient landmasses.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(217.5) -- Gondwana.
(8) -- South America.
(54) -- Indo-Pakistan sub-continent.
SPRI record no.: 143576

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