Catalogue of Fossil Hominids Database

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B:Near Chinji Village, Salt Range, W. Pakistan.
E:M. Vinayak Rao, before 1910. Expedition led by G. E. Pilgrim.
F:Alternating riverine sandstones and mudstones.
H:Late Miocene or early Pliocene. Chinji/Nagri boundary in Siwalik Beds.
J:Nagri Fauna includes predominantly riverine and forest forms. I. Tattersall 1969, Ecology of North Indian Ramapithecus, Nature, Lond., 221: 451-452. Faunal lists in E. H. Colbert 1935, Siwalik Mammals in the American Museum of Natural History, Trans. Am. philos. Soc., 26: 1-405, and in K. N. Prasad 1964, Upper Miocene anthropoids from the Siwalik beds near Haritalyangar, Himachal Pradesh, India, Palaeont., 7: 124-134.
M:Chinji 1 and 2. two mandibular fragment, apparently the same in dividual, the right containing M3, the left containing M2. Holotype of Dryopithecus punjabicus Pilgrim, 1910.
N:G. E. Pilgrim 1910, Notices of new mammalian genera and species from the Tertiaries, Rec. Geol. Surv. India, 40: 63-71.
O:G. E. Pilgrim 1910.
P:E. L. Simons & D. R. Pilbeam 1965, A preliminary revision of the Dryopithecinae(Pongidae, Anthropoidea), Folia primat., 3: 81-152. Ramapithecus punjabicus.
Q:E. L. Simons 1968, A source for dental comparison of Ramapithecus with Australopithecus and Homo, S. Afr. J. Sci., 64: 92-112.
S:Geological Survery of Indian, 27 Chowringhee Road, Calcutta 13, India. Reg. No. GSI.D. 118/119.
T:Geological Survery of Indian, 27 Chowringhee Road, Calcutta 13, India.