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Synonyms for Mammuthus

extinct genus: mammoths

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Mammuthus creticusis the first evidence for extreme island dwarfism in mammoths.
Both Mammut and Mammuthus have axially compressed cervical vertebrae typical of proboscideans, rather than the box-like morphology of our specimen, and can thus be excluded.
Because the microfossils exhibit the typically bleached-white, mottled with black appearance found on many of the Mammuthus bones and the close horizontal and vertical proximity between the two localities, we consider the microfaunal remains to be temporally associated with the mammoth, and not a younger intrusive.
Pilot studies to extract opal phytoliths from calculus on the molars of mammoth Mammuthus columbi and mastodon Mammut americanum from Kansas suggest that phytoliths may reveal major dietary constituents.
The small remaining portion of the long bone could be that of either Mammuthus imperator, Mammuthus columbi or Mammut americanum, but given the stratigraphic location, the remains are unlikely to be those of Mammuthus imperator.
1 Mammuthus primigenius 1 3 6 14 4 75 13 Coelodonta antiquitatis 10 4 25 30 Equusferus 7 9 45 2 Megaloceros giganteus Cervus elaphus 1 3 1 Rangifer tarandus 1 1 1 1 Rupicapra rupicapra 5 3 Bos primigenius Bos sp.
Tusk hunters in Siberia found the mammoth and handed it to the Mammuthus organisation.
The fossils from this deposit are very diverse, including mammalian fossils, Mammuthus columbi and B.
But Jensen can be certain it belongs to a Mammuthus columbi because he had it examined by experts earlier this year, namely the director of the state museum of paleontology, Bill Orr.
It is rather unfortunate that the two generic names, Mammut and Mammuthus, are so similar.
Mammuthus primigenius, the woolly mammoth, may be excluded based upon morphologic dissimilarity of its teeth to those from Iron Bridge, its more northern distribution, and inferred tundra habitat (Harington & Ashworth 1986).
7 reindeer 3 Les Romains (Ain) c III, J8, J9 charcoal 4 Saint Romans (Isere) Rangifer tarandus (baton perce) 5 La Croze (Ain) Croze I Mammuthus primigenius (ivory) 6 La Croze (Ain) R7 Rangifer tarandus 7 Le Campalou (Drome) CA H7-410 Rangifer tarandus 8 La Fru (Savoie) aire I, c 4B inf, E, ferus E19-1099 9 Le Campalou (Drome) CA 614, base E.
We submitted a piece from a partial cheek tooth of Mammuthus cf.