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Cope, E. D. 1873. Fourth notice of extinct Vertebrata from the Bridger and the Green River Tertiaries. Palaeont. Bulletin No. 17 pp. 1-4. "Oct. 25, 187.

Cope, E. D. 1874. Report on the vertebrate palaeontology of Colorado. Annual Report Geol. and Geog. Surv. Territories for 1873, F. V. Hayden, U. S. Geologist, Washington, D. C. 1874 pp. 427-533, pls. i-vii.

Cope, E. D. 1874. Report upon vertebrate fossils discovered in New Mexico, with descriptions of new species. Extract from Appendix FF of the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers, 1874. Washington, Gov. Print. Office, Nov. 28 1874 pp. 1-18.

Cope, E. D. 1875. Systematic catalogue of Vertebrata of the Eocene of New Mexico, collected in 1874. Report to the Engineer Department, U. S. Army, in charge of Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler. Washington, April 17 1875 pp. 5-37.

Wallace, Alfred R. 1876. The geographical distribution of animals. vol. II, i-ix+1-607; both with maps and illustrations. New York, 1876, 8vo., vol. I, i-xv+1-503; vol.

Cope, E. D. 1877. Report upon the extinct Vertebrata obtained in New Mexico by parties of the expedition of 1874. Chapter xi. Fossils of the Mesozoic periods and Geology of Mesozoic and Tertiary beds. xii. Fossils of the Eocene period. xiii. Fossils of the Loup. Geographical surveys west of the one hundredth meridian, First Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, in charge. Vol. iv, Palaeontol 1877 Pp. 1-370, pls. xxii-lx.

King, Clarence. 1878. Systematic geology. U. S. Geol. Explor. 40th parallel, Clarence King, geologist in charge i .

Cope, E. D. 1880. The bad lands of the Wind River and their fauna. Amer. Naturalist xiv pp. 745-748.

Cope, E. D. 1880. Sur les relations des niveaux de vertébrés éteints dans l'Amérique du Nord et en Europe. C. R. Congr. Internat. Geol. I, Paris, 1878 144-163.

Cope, E. D. 1881. On the Vertebrata of the Wind River Eocene beds of Wyoming. Bull. U. S. Geol. and Geog. Surv. Terr. vi, article vii pp. 183-202.

Cope, E. D. 1881. On some Mammalia of the lowest Eocene beds of New Mexico. Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. xix pp. 484-495.

Cope, E. D. 1881. A new type of Perissodactyla. Amer. Naturalist xv pp. 1017-1018.

Cope, E. D. 1882. Contributions to the history of the Vertebrata of the Lower Eocene of Wyoming and New Mexico, made during 1881. I. The fauna of the Wasatch beds of the basin of the Big Horn River. II. The fauna of the Catathlaeus beds, or Lowest Eocene, New Mexico. Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. xx pp. 139-197.

Cope, E. D. 1882. On the Condylarthra. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1882 pp. 95-97.

Cope, E. D. 1882. On the Taxeopoda, a new order of Mammalia. Amer. Naturalist xvi pp. 522-523.

Wortman, J. L. 1882. On the origin and development of the existing horses. Kansas City Review of Science and Industry v pp. 719-726, with figs.

Cope, E. D. 1883. The evidence for evolution in the history of the extinct Mammalia. Science ii pp. 272-279.

Cope, E. D. 1883. On the brains of the Eocene Mammalia, Phenacodus and Periptychus. Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. xx pp. 563-565, with pl. i.

Cope, E. D. 1883. The genus Phenacodus. Amer. Naturalist xvii p. 535, pl. xii.

Wortman, J. L. 1883. L'origine du cheval. Revue Scientifique 3 pp. 705-714, with text-.

Cope, E. D. 1884. The Vertebrata of the Tertiary formations of the West. Book I. Report U. S. Geolog. Survey of the Territories, F. V. Hayden, U. S. geologist in charge, 1884, Washington iii pp. i-xxxv, 1-1009; pls.

Cope, E. D. 1884. The Condylarthra. Amer. Naturalist xviii pp. 790-805, 892-906; p.

Cope, E. D. 1885. The Lemuroidea and the Insectivora of the Eocene period of North America. Amer. Naturalist xix pp. 457-471, with 18 wo.

Schlosser, M. 1885. Zur Stammesgeschichte der Hufthiere. Zoolog. Anzeiger viii pp. 683-691.

Cope, E. D. 1885. Origin of man and other vertebrates. Pop. Sci. Month. XXVIII 605-614, 3 figs.

Cope, E. D. 1885. The energy of life, evolution, and how it acted. Pop. Sci. Month. XVII 789-800, 9 figs.

Cope, E. D. 1886. Schlosser on Creodonta and Phenacodus. Amer. Naturalist xx pp. 965-967.

Cope, E. D. 1886. Note on Phenacodus. Geol. Magazine 3 pp. 238-239.

Lockwood, Samuel. 1886. The ancestry of Nasua. Amer. Naturalist xx pp. 320-325.

Lydekker, R. 1886. Dr. Max Schlosser on the Ungulata. Geolog. Magazine 3 pp. 326-328.

Owen, Richard. 1886. On a new perissodactyle ungulate from Wyoming. Geol. Magazine 3 p. 140.

Schlosser, M. 1886. Zur Stammesgeschichte der Hufthiere. Zoolog. Anzeiger ix pp. 252-256, 432-433.

Schlosser, M. 1886. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Stammesgeschichte der Hufthiere und Versuch einer Systematik der Paar- und Unpaarhufer. Morpholog. Jahrbuch xii pp. 1-136, with pls. i-.

Woodward, Henry. 1886. Prof. E. D. Cope on a new type of perissodactyl ungulate from the Wasatch Eocene of Wyoming Territory, United States of North America. Geol. Magazine 3 pp. 49-52, with pl. ii.

Wortman, J. L. 1886. The comparative anatomy of the teeth of the Vertebrata. 8vo, pp. 351-504, with.

Seeley, Harry Govier. 1886. Review of Cope on "The Vertebrata of the Tertiary formations of the West.". Geol. Mag., n.s. 3 410-419, 465-477, 512-521, figs.

Cope, E. D. 1887. Pavlow on the ancestry of Ungulates. Amer. Naturalist xxi pp. 656-658.

Cope, E. D. 1887. The Perissodactyla. Amer. Naturalist xxi pp. 985-1007; 1060-1076.

Cope, E. D. 1887. The origin of the fittest. Essays on evolution. 8 vo., pp. i-xx; 1-467,.

Pavlow, Marie. 1887. Études sur l'histoire paléontologique des ongulés en Amérique et en Europe. I. Groupe primitif de l'éocène inférieur. Bull. Soc. Imp. Natur. Moscou 2 pp. 343-373, with pl. v.

Heilprin, Angelo. 1887. The geographical and geological distribution of animals. and London. 8vo., i-xii+1-435 pages, with map. International Scientific Series, New York and.

Cope, E. D. 1888. Rütimeyer on the classification of Mammalia, and on American types recently found in Switzerland. Amer. Naturalist xxii pp. 831-835.

Pavlow, Marie. 1888. Études sur l'histoire paléontologique des ongulés. II. Le developpement des Equidae. III. Rhinoceridae et Tapiridae. Bull. Soc. Imp. Natur. Moscou 2 pp. 135-182, with 2 pls.

Rütimeyer, L. 1888. Ueber einzige Beziehungen zwischen den Säugethierstämmen alter und neuer Welt. Erster Nachtrag zu der eocänen Fauna von Egerkingen. Abhandl. schweizer. paläontolog. Gesellsch. xv pp. 1-63, pl. 1.

Cope, E. D. 1889. The mechanical causes of the development of the hard parts of the Mammalia. Jour. Morphology iii pp. 137-277, with pls.

Cope, E. D. 1889. The Proboscidia. Amer. Naturalist xxiii pp. 191-211; 9 woodcuts.

Cope, E. D. 1889. Mr. Lydekker on Phenacodus and the Athecae. Nature xl p. 298.

Lydekker, R. 1889. Skeleton of Phenacodus. Nature xl pp. 57-58, with 1 fig.

Nicholson, Henry Allen, and Richard Lydekker. 1889. A manual of palaeontology for the use of students, with a general introduction on the principles of palaeontology. Third edition. Vol. ii, pp. i-xi, 889-.

Roger, Otto. 1889. Ueber die Umbildungen des Säugethierskeletes und die Entwicklungsgeschichte der Pferde. Abhandl. Vereins Regensb. 1889 p. 35.

Dollo, L. 1889. Les proboscidiens. Rev. Quest. Sci. XXVI 680-686.

Lemoine, V. 1889. Considérations générales sur les vertébrés fossiles des environs de Reims et spécialement sur les mammifères de la faune cernaysienne. C. R. Congr.-internat. Zool. I Paris, 239-279, 8 text-figs.

Shufeldt, R. W. 1889. Remarks upon the extinct mammals of the United States. . 1-38 pages, 12 figs.

Baur, George. 1890. The problems of comparative osteology. Science xvi pp. 281-282.

Osborn, H. F. 1890. The Mammalia of the Uinta formation. Part III. The Perissodactyla. Part IV. The evolution of the ungulate foot. Trans. Amer. Philos. Soc. xvi pp. 505-572, with pls.

Steinmann, Gustav, and Ludwig Döderlein. 1890. Elemente der Paläontologie. Pp. i-xix; 1-848 with 1.

Boule, Marcellin. 1891. Les grands animaux fossiles de l'Amerique. Revue Scientifique. 8vo., Paris, 1-45, 14 figs. Reprint from Revu.

Cope, E. D. 1891. Syllabus of lectures on geology and palaeontology. Pp. 1-90, with 60 figs.

Leuthardt, Franz. 1891. Ueber die Reduction der Fingerzahl bei Ungulaten. Zoolog. Jahrbücher, System. v pp. 93-146, with pls. i.

Cope, E. D. 1892. Professor Marsh on extinct horses and other mammals. Amer. Naturalist xxvi pp. 410-412.

Marsh, O. C. 1892. Recent polydactyle horses. Amer. Jour. Sci. 3 pp. 339-355, with 21 fi.

Osborn, H. F., and H. F. Osborn. 1892. Fossil mammals of the Wahsatch and Wind River beds. Collection of 1891. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. iv pp. 80-147 with pl. iv.

Scott, W. B. 1892. The evolution of the premolar teeth in the mammals. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1892 pp. 405-444, with 8 fig.

Flower, W. H. 1892. The horse: A study in natural history. . 8vo., i-xiv+1-294 pages, 23 illustrations.

Earle, Charles. 1893. The structure and affinities of the Puerco ungulates. Science xxii pp. 49-51.

Osborn, H. F. 1893. The rise of the Mammalia in North America. Studies from the biological laboratories of Columbia College; Zoology. Ginn & Co., Boston 1893 pp. 1-45, with 1 pl. an.

Zittel, Dr. Karl A. 1893. Handbuch der Palaeontologie. I. Abth. Palaeozologie. IV Band. Vertebrata (Mammalia). Pp. i-xi, 1-799, with 5.

Koken, E. 1893. Die Vorwelt und ihre Entwickelungsgeschichte. , 117 text-figs.. Leipzig, 8vo., i-viii+1-636 pages, 2 pls., 11.

Schlosser, M. 1894. Bemerkungen zu Rütimeyer's "ëocäne Säugethierwelt von Egerkingen.". Zoolog. Anzeiger xvii pp. 157-162.

Fairchild, H. L. 1894. The evolution of the ungulate mammals. Proc. Rochester Acad. Sci. II 206-209.

Zittel, Karl A. 1895. Palaeontology and the biogenetic law. Nat. Sci. VI 305-312.

Dollo, Louis. 1896. Sur la phylogénie des Dipneustes. Bull. Soc. Belge Géol., Paléont., Hydrol. ix pp. 79-128, with pls. v.

Roger, Otto. 1896. Verzeichniss der bisher bekannten fossilen Säugethiere. Neu zusammengestellt von Dr. Otto Roger, kgl. Regierungs-und Kreis-Medizinrath in Augsburg. Bericht naturwiss. Vereins f. Schwaben und Neuburg (a. V.) xxxii pp. 1-272.

Gaudry, Albert. 1896. Essai de paléontologie philosophique; ouvrage faisant suite aux "Enchainements du monde animal dans les temps géologiques.". . 8vo., 1-231, 204 text-figs.

Branco, W. 1897. Die menschenähnlichen Zähne aus dem Bohnerz der schwäbischen Alb. Teil ii, Art und Ursache der Reduktion des Gebisses bei Säugern. Stuttgart 1897 pp. 1-128.

Matthew, W. D. 1897. A revision of the Puerco fauna. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. ix pp. 259-323, with 20 fi.

Osborn, H. F. 1897. Reconstruction of Phenacodus primaevus, the most primitive ungulate. Amer. Naturalist xxxi p. 980.

Earle, C. 1897. The lemurs as ancestors of the apes. Nat. Sci. X 308-313.

Reynolds, S. H. 1897. The vertebrate skeleton. 110 figs.. Cambridge, Eng., 8vo., i-xvi+1-559 pages, 110.

Woodward, A. Smith. 1897. Edward Drinker Cope. Nat. Sci. X 377-381, with portrait.

Zittel, Karl A. von. 1897. Ontogenie, Phylogenie und Systematik. C. R. Congr. internat. Geol. (Zurich) VI 125-136.

Osborn, H. F. 1898. Remounted skeleton of Phenacodus primaevus. Comparison with Euprotogonia. Bull. Mus. Nat. Hist. x pp. 159-164, with pl. x.

Osborn, H. F. 1898. Casts, models, photographs, and restorations of fossil vertebrates. Pamphlet issued by Department of Vertebrate Palaeontology, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. pp. 1-21, with 7 illus.

Tomes, Charles S. 1898. A manual of dental anatomy, human and comparative. .

Trouessart, E. L. 1898. Catalogus Mammalium tam viventium quam fossilium. Nova editio. Berolini 1898 pp. 665-1264, 8vo.

Woodward, A. S. 1898. Outlines of vertebrate palaeontology for students of zoology. By Arthur Smith Woodward, assistant keeper of the department of geology in the British Museum, Cambridge. University Press 1898 pp. i-xxiv; 1-470, with.

Case, E. C. 1898. The development and geological relation of the vertebrates. Part III: Reptilia (continued from 1898 B); Part IV: Aves; Part V: Mammalia. Jour. Geol. VI 622-646, 711-736 (Reptilia); 816-820 (Aves);.

Natural Science. 1898. Notes and comments. Nat. Sci. XIII 157-159, 230, 370-371.

Osborn, H. F. 1898. Reconstruction and model of Phenacodus primoevus Cope. Rept. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 67th Mect., Toronto 1897 684.

Osborn, H. F. 1898. Wasatch and Bridger beds in the Huerfano lake basin. Proc. Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci. XLVI 205-206.

Schlosser, Max. 1898. Review of H. F. Osborn and Ch. Earl's "Fossil mammals of the Puerco beds.". Neues Jahrb. Min. Geol. Pal. 1898 Ref., 359-372.

Woodward, A. Smith. 1898. [No title in BFV file]. Reviewed in Sci. Progress, VII, App., xlixlv; Geol. Mag. 4 367-373.

Matthew, W. D. 1899. A provisional classification of the fresh-water Tertiary of the West. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. xii pp. 19-75.

Osborn, H. F. 1899. Fossil vertebrates in the American Museum of Natural History. Nature LIX 272-275, 5 figs.

Pavlow, Marie. 1900. Études sur l'histoire paléontologique des ongulés. VII. Artiodactyles anciens. Bull. Soc. Imp. Natur. Moscou, for 1899 pp. 268-328, with pls.

Schlosser, Max. 1900. Review of Matthew, W. D., 1897 C. Neues Jahrb. Min. Geol. Pal. 1900 Ref., 299-308.

Bensley, B. Arthur. 1901. A theory of the origin and evolution of the Australian Marsupialia. Amer. Naturalist XXXV 245-269, pls. i-iii.

Cossmann, Maurice. 1901. Abstracts of papers by Osborn (Osborn, H. F., 1898 F, 1898 G, 1898 H, 1899 A, and 1900 I). Rev. crit. Paléozool. V 186-189.

Gaudry, Albert. 1901. Sur la similitude des dents de l'homme et de quelques animaux. Congr. internat. d'Anthrop. XII, Paris, 190 93-102, 513-525, 18 text-figs.

Lucas, F. A. 1901. Animals of the past. .. 8vo., New York, i-xx+1-258 pages, 41 figs.

Beddard, Frank Evers. 1902. Mammalia. .. 8vo., x, i-xii+1-605 pages, 285 text-figs.

Boule, Marcellin. 1902. Les créatures géantes d'autrefois. Rev. gen. Sci., Paris XIII 903-915, 30 text-figs.

Hay, O. P. 1902. Bibliography and catalogue of the fossil Vertebrata of North America. Bull. U. S. Geol. Surv. CLXXIX 1-868.

Lucas, F. A. 1902. Animals before man in North America. ges, many figures. New York, D. Appleton Co., 8vo., 1-291 pages,.

Schlosser, Max. 1902. Review of Osborn, H. F., 1898 G. Neues Jahrb. Min. Geol. Pal. 1902 Ref., 300-301.

Lydekker, R. 1903. The palaeontological case for evolution. Knowledge XXVI (n.s. XVII 73-76; 100-102; 123-126.

Matthew, W. D. 1903. The collection of fossil vertebrates. A guide leaflet to the exhibition halls of vertebrate palaeontology in the American Museum of Natural History. Amer. Mus. Jour., Suppl. for January III 1-32, 15 plates.

Palacký, J. 1903. Die Verbreitung der Insectivoren. Zool. Jahrb. Syst. XVIII 303-341.

Salensky, W. 1903. Zur Phylogenie der Elephantiden. Biol. Centralbl. XXIII 793-803, 1 text-fig.

Wortman, Jacob L. 1903. Studies of Eocene Mammalia in the Marsh collection, Peabody Museum. Part II: Primates. Amer. Jour. Sci. 4 163-176, text-figs. 100-104, 399-414, 419-436.

Abel, O. 1904. Über das Aussterben der Arten. Verh. internat. Zool.-Kongr. IX Vienna, 739-748.

Ameghino, F. 1904. Recherches de morphologie phylogénétique sur les molaires supérieures des ongulés. An. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires 3 1-541, 631 text-figs.

Ameghino, F. 1904. Nuevas especies de mamíferos, cretáceous, y tercíarios de la Republica Argentina. An. Soc. Cien. Argent., VI-VIII 1-142.

Depéret, C. 1904. Etudes paléontologiques sur les Lophiodon du Minervois. Arch. Mus. hist. nat. Lyon IX 1-49, pls. i-iv, 8 text-figs.

Lydekker, R. 1904. The ancestry of the horse. Knowledge XXVI (n.s. XVII Pan. 1904, 16-19, 4 figs.

Osborn, H. F. 1904. Revised list of casts, models, photographs and restorations of fossil vertebrates. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. XX App., 1-52, 8 text-figs.

Palmer, T. S. 1904. Index generum Mammalium. A list of the genera and families of mammals. N. A. Fauna No. XXIII 1-984.

Weber, Max. 1904. Die Säugetiere. Einführing in die Anatomie und Systematik der recenten und fossilen Mammalia. engravings. Jena, 1904. 8vo., i-xii+1-866 pages, 567 eng.

Ameghino, F. 1905. La faceta articular inferior unica del astragalo de algunos mamíferos, no es un carácter primitivo. An. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires 3 1-64, 69 text-figs.

Ameghino, F. 1905. La perforación astragaliana en los mamíferos no es un carácter originariamente primitivo. An. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires 3 349-460, 98 text-figs.

Lankester, E. Ray. 1905. Extinct animals. ustrations. London, 8vo., i-xxii+1-331 pages, 280 illustr.

Osborn, H. F. 1905. The present problems of paleontology. Pop. Sci. Month. LXVI 226-242.

Stehlin, H. G. 1905. Die Säugetiere des schweizerischen Eocaens. Critischer Catalog der Materialien. 3ter Teil. Abh. Schweiz. pal. Ges. XXXII 447-595, pls. x, xi, 34 text-figs.

Trouessart, E. L. 1905. Catalogus Mammalium tam viventium quam fossilium. Quinquinale supplementum. Pages 547-929.

Ameghino, F. 1906. Les formatíons sedimentaires du crétacé supérieur et du tertiaire de Patagonie. An. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires 3 1-568, pls. i-iii, 358 text-figs.

Neumayer, L. 1906. Ueber das Gehirn von Adapis parisiensis Cuv. Neues. Jahrb. Min. Geol. Pal. 1906 Ref., 100-104, pl. v.

Stehlin, H. G. 1906. Die Säugetiere des schweizerischen Eocaens. Critischer Catalog der Materialien. 4ter Teil. Abh. Schweiz. pal. Ges. XXXIII 597-690. pl. xii, 34 text-figs.

Arldt, Th. 1907. Die Entwicklung der Kontinente und ihrer Lebewelt: ein Beitrag zur vergleichenden Erdgeschichte. . i-xix+1-730 pages, 17 figs., 23 maps.

Depéret, C. 1907. Les transformations du monde animal. . Paris, 1907, 1-360 pages.

Laloy, L. 1907. Evolution du systeme dentaire chez les mammifères. Rev. Scìent. Paris 5 583-590.

Loomis, F. B. 1907. Origin of the Wasatch deposits. Amer. Jour. Sci. 4 356-364, 3 text-figs.

Lull, Richard S. 1907. The evolution of the horse family, as illustrated in the Yale collections. Amer. Jour. Sci. 4 161-182, 16 text-figs.

Lydekker, R. 1907. Guide to the specimens of the horse family (Equidae) exhibited in the Department of Zoology, British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Road, London, S.W.. . 2-42 pages, 26 figs.

Merrill, George P. 1907. Catalogue of the types, cotypes, and figured specimens of fossil vertebrates in the department of geology, U. S. National Museum. Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus. LIII i-v+1-81.

Osborn, H. F. 1907. Evolution of mammalian molar teeth to and from the triangular type. New York and London. 8vo., 1-250, 215 text-figs.

Lobley, J. Logan. 1908. The American fauna and its origin. Jour. Victoria Inst. XL 190-221.

Stromer, E. 1908. Die Archaeoceti des ägytischen Eozäns. Beitr. Pal. Geol. Oesterr.-Ung. XXI 106-178, pls. iv-vii.

Matthew, W. D. 1909. Faunal lists of the Tertiary Mammalia of the West. Bull. U. S. Geol. Surv. CCCLXI 91-138.

Osborn, H. F. 1909. Cenozoic mammal horizons of western North America. Bull. U. S. Geol. Surv. CCCLXI 1-90, 3 pls. and 15 text-figs.

Floderus, Matts. 1910. Hästar med öfvertaliga tär [horses with superunmerary toes]. Fauna and Flora, Upsala V 97-111, pls.

Gregory, W. K. 1910. The orders of mammals. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. XXVII 1-524, 32 text-figs.

Hinze, Robert. 1910. Die Bedeutung der sog. Kastanien an den Gliedmassen der Einhufer. Zool. Anz. XXXV 372-380.

Osborn, H. F. 1910. Correlation of the Cenozoic through its mammalian life. Jour. Geol. XVIII 201-215, 4 figs.

Osborn, H. F. 1910. The age of mammals in Europe, Asia and North America. New York, The Macmillan Co.. xxvii + 635 pp., 220 figs.

Underhill, B. M. 1910. A glance at the mammalian dawn. Proc. Delaware Co. [Penn.] Inst. Sci. V 75-87.

Haug, Emile. 1911. Traité de géologie. II: Les périodes géologiques. xv, figs. 197-485. 1908-1911, 8vo., 539-2024, pls. lxxii-cxxxv,.

Terra, Paul de. 1911. Vergleichende Anatomie des menschlichen Gebisses und der Zähne der Vertebraten. . Jena, i-v+1-451 pages, 200 text-figs.

Zittel, Karl A., and E. Koken. 1911. Grundzüge der Paläontologie (Paläozoologie) von Karl A. von Zittel. . i-vii+1-142 pages, text-figs. 1-264.

Depéret, C. 1912. Les échanges de faunes entre l'Europe et l'Amérique du Nord aux temps géologiques. Proc. internat. Zool. Congr. VII, Boston, 19 703-713.

Gidley, J. W. 1912. Symposium on ten years progress in vertebrate paleontology. Perissodactyla. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. XXIII 179-181.

Gregory, W. K. 1912. Notes on the principles of quadrupedal locomotion and on the mechanism of the limbs in hoofed animals. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. XXII 267-294, figs. 1-7.

Knipe, Henry R. 1912. Evolution in the past. J. B. Lippincott Co., Phila.. i-xv+1-242 pages, 56 plates.

Lydekker, R. 1912. The horse and its relatives. s. i-xii+1-286 pages, pls. xxiv, 11 text-figs.

Osborn, H. F. 1912. Symposium on ten years progress in vertebrate paleontology. Correlation and paleogeography. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. XXIII 232-256, 11 text-figs.

Sinclair, W. J. 1912. Symposium on ten years progress in vertebrate paleontology. Contributions to geologic theory and method by American workers in vertebrate paleontology. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. XXIII 262-266.

Stromer, E. 1912. Lehrbuch der Paläozoologie. II Theil: Wirbeltiere. xt-figs. Leipzig and Berlin: B. G. Teubner. 8vo., i-vii+1-325 pages, 2 tables, 234 text-f.

Veith, A. 1912. Beiträge zum Studium der Maxillarbezahnhung der Hippiden. Arch. Naturges. LXXVIII, Abt. A 1-33, pls. i, ii.

Abel, O. 1913. Säugetiere (Paläontologie). Handwörterbuch Naturwissenschaften (Gustav Fischer, Jean) VIII 695-759, figs. 1-122.

Drevermann, F. 1913. Phenacodus primoevus Cope. Ber. Senckenb. naturf. Ges. XLIV 103-106, 1 fig.

Holland, W. J., and O. A. Peterson. 1913. The osteology of the Chalicotheroidea; with special reference to a mounted skeleton of Moropus elatus Marsh, now installed in the Carnegie Museum. Mem. Carnegie Mus. III 189-406, pls. xlviii-lxxvii, 115 text-figs.

Keuchenius, P. E. 1913. Über die Herkunft von Sporn und Kastanie der Equidae. Zool. Anz. XLI 446-451.

Scott, W. B. 1913. A history of land mammals in the western hemisphere. 1-693 pages, 32 plates, 304 text-figs.. Macmillan Company, New York, 8vo., i-xiv+1-69.

Abel, O. 1914. Die vorzeitlichen Säugetiere. Jena, Gustav Fischer. 8vo.,i-vii+309pp, 2tabs., 250 figs.

Schlesinger, G. 1914. Bilder aus der Ahnengalerie des Pferdes. Kosmos (Stuttgart) 1914 210-215, 8 figs.

Sinclair, W. J. 1914. A revision of the bunodont Artiodactyla of the Middle and Lower Eocene of North America. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. XXXIII 267-295, 28 text-figs.

Sinclair, W. J., and W. Granger. 1914. Paleocene deposits of the San Juan basin, New Mexico. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. XXXIII 297-316, pls. xx-xxvii, 2 sheets presenting s.

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