Catalogue of Fossil Hominids Database

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Placename

Domeli.

Latitude / Longitude

33
73.35

data

ID:30183
A:Domeli.
B:Salt Range, West Pakistan.
C:3300N
D:7321E
E:Not known.
F:Alternating riverine sandstones and mudstones. 200 ft above top of Chinji Beds. D. R. Pilbeam 1969, Newly Recognized Mandible of Ramapithecus, Nature, Lond., 222: 1093-1094.
H:Probably Siwalik Beds of Nagri age, on Miocene/Pliocene boundary. D. R. Pilbeam 1969.
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 K. N. Prasad 1964, Upper Miocene anthropoids from the Siwalik beds near Haritalyangar, Himachal Pradesh, India, Palaeont., 7: 124-134.M:Domeli 1. adult: lt corpus mandibulae, roots of P3-M3(some with parts of crown).
N:E. L. Simons & D. R. Pilbeam 1965, Preliminary Revision of the Dryopithecinae(Pongidae, Anthropoidea), Folia primat., 3: 124. (described in error as M. 15243). Dryopithecus laietanus.
O:D. R. Pilbeam 1969. Ramapithecus punjhabicus.
Q:D. R. Pilbeam 1969.
R:L. S. B. Leakey 1969, "Newly" Recognized Mandible of Ramapithecus, Nature, Lond., 226: 199-200.
S:British Museum(Natural History), London, SW7, England. Reg. No. M.15423.
T:British Museum(Natural History), London, SW7, England.

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