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Paleoecological Evolution of the Fossil Suidae (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) in Neogene of Central Myanmar.
(Mandalay University Research Journal, 2015)
In this work, the dental morphology the Neogene fossil Suidae of central Myanmar are analyzed, and the paleoecological evolution of the Neogene fossil suids are discussed. Morphological evolution of the third molar in ...
New discovery of anthracotheres (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from the Middle Miocene of Sagaing Region, Upper Myanmar
(Shwebo University Research Journal, 2014)
In this study, anthracotheres from the Middle Miocene of Sagaing Region, Upper Myanmar are re-investigated and newly discovered dental specimens are described. In Myanmar, two Middle Miocene localities are well known for ...
Sivachoerus (Artiodactyla, Suidae, Tetraconodontinae) from the Pliocene of Myanmar
(Universities Research Journal, 2010)
The phylogenetic status of Sivachoerus is re-evaluated according to the new materials recovered from the central Myanmar. Sivachoerus had also been known from the Pliocene Siwalik sediments of Indian Subcontinent. Compared ...
Review on the taxonomic status of Hexaprotodon iravaticus (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Hippopotamidae) from the Neogene of Myanmar
(Shwebo University Research Journal, 2016)
The taxonomic status of the primitive hippopotamuses, Hexaprotodon iravaticus, is reevaluated. This species is interested for its smaller size and narrow symphysis which are the characters of the primitive Hexaprotodon ...
Volcanic Eruption of Twindaung : Environmental Aspect
(Mandalay University Research Journal, 2012)
The project area is situated in Sagaing Region. Volcanic craters in this area are aligned in nearly NE-SW. East Twindaung and Taungbyauk craters are phreatomagmatic cones (maars) and the others are cinder cones. During ...
Late Middle Eocene primate from Myanmar and the initial anthropoid colonization of Africa
(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 2012)
Reconstructing the origin and early evolutionary history of anthropoid primates (monkeys, apes, and humans) is a current focus of paleoprimatology. Although earlier hypotheses frequently supported an African origin for ...