The 84th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2015)


Session 8. Paleoanthropology: Primate evolution. Contributed Posters. Chair: Mary T. Silcox

March 26, 2015 , Archview Ballroom Add to calendar

7:30 - 8:00 Poster set-up.  5:30 - 6:00 Poster take-down.

Even numbered poster authors present for discussion 10:00-10:30 and 4:45-5:3-

Odd numbered poster authors present for discussion 10:30-11:00 and 4:00-4:45

1 Add to calendar First postcranial material assigned to Agerinia roselli (Primates, Adapiformes) from Les Saleres (Early Eocene, Catalonia, Spain). Joan Femenias-Gual, Judit Marigó, Raef Minwer-Barakat, Salvador Moyà-Solà.
2 Add to calendar Implications of occlusal contacts in Caenopithecids (Adapiforms) and extant Lemuriforms. Heather L. Kristjanson, Jonathan M.G. Perry, Elizabeth M. St Clair.
3 Add to calendar From inner ear to lifestyle : paleobiology of a fossil primate from Eocene. Margot Bernardi, Sebastien Couette.
4 Add to calendar Dental topography and dietary ecology of the first North American euprimates. Paul E. Morse, Jonathan I. Bloch, Gabriel S. Yapuncich, Doug M. Boyer, Suzanne G. Strait.
5 Add to calendar Did climate change trigger megafaunal extinctions in Madagascar? . Laurie R. Godfrey, Brooke E. Crowley, Karen E. Samonds, Michael R. Sutherland.
6 Add to calendar First virtual endocasts of North American adapiform primates. Arianna R. Harrington, Mary T. Silcox, Gabriel S. Yapuncich, Douglas M. Boyer, Jonathan I. Bloch.
7 Add to calendar Microsyopids from the Early Eocene of the Southern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming: evolutionary insights from the largest stratigraphically controlled sample of stem primates. Mary T. Silcox, Kenneth D. Rose, Amy E. Chew.
8 Add to calendar Partial skeleton of early Eocene Tinimomys graybulliensis (Primates, Micromomyidae) from the Clarks Fork Basin, Wyoming. Stephen G. B. Chester, Eric J. Sargis, Jonathan I. Bloch, Doug M. Boyer.
9 Add to calendar Unique morphology found in the first tarsal bones of Antillothrix bernensis, a medium-sized Caribbean platyrrhine subfossil. Justin T. Gladman, Alfred L. Rosenberger.
10 Add to calendar Investigating the variation at pterion across platyrrhines, with special attention to Alouatta. Lauren B. Halenar.
11 Add to calendar Phylogeny, ecology and craniodental evolution in the atelid primates. Alexander Bjarnason, Christophe Soligo, Sarah Elton.
12 Add to calendar The first major primate extinction: Testing competitive exclusion in the fossil record of North American stem primates using dental topography. Kristen A. Prufrock, Doug M. Boyer, Mary T. Silcox.
13 Add to calendar The biogeographic origins of major primate clades. Sergi Lopez-Torres, Mary T. Silcox.
14 Add to calendar Endocranial globularity and brain size in primates. Kari L. Allen.
15 Add to calendar Integration of nervous system tissues into primate phylogenetics. Brian M. Shearer.
16 Add to calendar Cell number and volume of primary visual cortex in primates. Daniel J. Miller, Rahul Pathak, Pooja Balaram, Jon H. Kaas.
17 Add to calendar Geospatial Paleoanthropology: predicting and locating new fossil localities with approaches from the spatial sciences. Robert L. Anemone, Charles W. Emerson, Brett Nachman, Ashley Bryant, Glenn C. Conroy.
18 Add to calendar Intraspecific Semicircular Canal Variance—A Missing Element in Adaptive Scenarios?. Lauren A. Gonzales, Michael D. Malinzak, Richard F. Kay.
19 Add to calendar Cranial sexual dimorphism in Papio hamadryas kindae: same or kinda different?. Michelle Singleton, Brielle C. Seitelman, Stephen R. Frost.
20 Add to calendar A preliminary paleoecological analysis of newly discovered fossiliferous localities at the middle Miocene site of La Venta, Colombia. Melissa Tallman, Siobhan B. Cooke, Brian M. Shearer, Andres Link.
21 Add to calendar Review of Olduvai cercopithecoids reveals a newly recognized taxon and biochronological connection to South Africa. Christopher C. Gilbert, Stephen R. Frost, Eric Delson.
22 Add to calendar Morphological affinities of recently discovered Cercopithecids from the Pliocene Upper Laetolil Beds at Laetoli, in northern Tanzania. Elicia Abella, Charles M. Musiba, Tracey Lancaster.
23 Add to calendar Patterns of taxonomic diversity and relative geographic occupancy of Mio-Pliocene crown Catarrhini. Ellis M. Locke.
24 Add to calendar Cercopithecoides williamsi shows the earliest fossil evidence for pollical reduction in a fossil colobine. Stephen R. Frost, Christopher C. Gilbert, Kelsey D. Pugh, Emily H. Guthrie, Eric Delson.
25 Add to calendar Phylogenetic relationships of living and fossil African papionins: combined evidence from morphology and molecules. Kelsey D. Pugh, Christopher C. Gilbert.
26 Add to calendar Cranial shape and intrageneric diversity in the genus Cercopithecoides. Monya Anderson, Stephen R. Frost, Christopher C. Gilbert, Eric Delson.
27 Add to calendar Primate community evolution in the southern African Plio-Pleistocene: Dietary overlap and niche differentiation of fossil cercopithecoids. Irene E. Smail.
28 Add to calendar Establishing the orientation and biobehavioural implications of the semicircular canals of Cercopithecoides haasgati. Angela Olah, Matthew R. McCurry, Justin W. Adams.
29 Add to calendar Functional/adaptive implications of the metacarpophalangeal joint in primates and their relatives. Kevin T. Vo, Doug M. Boyer.
30 Add to calendar Similarities in the primate vertebral formulae and implications for phylogeny and locomotor behavior. Amanda B. Lee, Lyle W. Konigsberg, Scott A. Williams.
31 Add to calendar A method for assigning sex based on the size and shape of the upper and mid-face. Katharine L. Balolia, Mark W. Grabowski, Bernard Wood.
32 Add to calendar A new anthropoid first metatarsal from the early Miocene site of Songhor, Kenya. Cassandra Tran, Isaiah O. Nengo, Biren A. Patel.
33 Add to calendar Incisor variation at middle Miocene Maboko indicates the possible presence of at least two small-bodied ape species. Erica R. Davis, Brenda R. Benefit, Monte L. McCrossin.
34 Add to calendar The phylogenetic position of Proconsul and the difficulty of dealing with stem taxa in the fossil record. Ashley D. Bales.
35 Add to calendar First evidence of Nyanzapithecinae at Moroto II, Uganda. Rutger J. W. Jansma, Laura M. MacLatchy.
36 Add to calendar A revised taxonomy of Proconsul modelled on dental variation in extant hominoids. Hugh Weaver, Varsha Pilbrow.
37 Add to calendar A preliminary study of pelvic and femoral shape covariation in anthropoids. Ashley S. Hammond, Nicole P. Olakkengil, Sergio Almécija.
38 Add to calendar The Body Mass of Victoriapithecus macinnesi Revisited Using Foot Remains. Irisa D. Arney, Brenda R. Benefit, Monte L. McCrossin.
39 Add to calendar The plesiomorphic condition of the great ape femur: biomechanical evidence from the IPS41724 femur (middle Miocene, NE Iberian Peninsula). Marta Pina, Sergio Almécija, Christopher B. Ruff, David M. Alba, Salvador Moyà-Solà.
40 Add to calendar The systematic status of Bunopithecus sericus, a Pleistocene gibbon from Chongqing Province, southern China. Alejandra Ortiz, Varsha Pilbrow, Catalina I. Villamil, Jessica G. Korsgaard, Shara E. Bailey, Terry Harrison.
41 Add to calendar Craniomandibular integration in anthropoid primates with implications for mandibular symphyseal fusion. Ryan P. Knigge.