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Andrews, Charles William (detail)
Preliminary note on some recently discovered extinct vertebrates from Egypt (Part II).
Geol. Mag. (4)8(10): 436-444. 4 figs.
–Abstr.: Nature (London) 64: 582, 1901?
Andrews, Charles William (detail)
Preliminary note on some recently discovered extinct vertebrates from Egypt (Part III).
Geol. Mag. (4)9(7)(= n.s. No. 457): 291-295. 3 figs. July 1902.
–Notice: H.F. Osborn (1902b). Describes and illustrates Eosiren libyca, n.gen.n.sp., from the "Middle" (actually Late) Eocene of the Fayum, and briefly compares it with other Eocene and Oligocene sirs. (293-295).
Andrews, Charles William (detail)
A descriptive catalogue of the Tertiary Vertebrata of the Fayƻm, Egypt. Based on the collection of the Egyptian government in the Geological Museum, Cairo, and on the collection in the British Museum (Natural History), London.
London, Trustees of the Brit. Mus.: xxxvii + 324. Frontisp. 3 + 98 figs. 26 pls.
–Abstrs.: Jahresber. Anat. Entwickl. (n.s.) 12(3): 165-166?; Nature (London) 74: 175-178?; Sci. Prog. 1: 498?; Geol. Mag. (5)3: 266-269? Sirs., 197-218, pl. 20. Provides a further description of the skull (198-204), mandible (209-210), and postcranial elements (212-215) of Eosiren libyca from the Fayum. Also describes and illustrates (204-209) a skull of "Eotherium aegyptiacum (?)" from the Mokattam Hills which later became the holotype of Protosiren fraasi Abel, 1907, and a mandible thought to be associated with this latter specimen (210-212).
Andrews, Charles William (detail)
The recently discovered Tertiary Vertebrata of Egypt.
Ann. Rept. Smithsonian Inst. Wash. 1906: 295-307.
–?Reprinted in Sci. Prog. 1: 668-682, Apr. 4, 1907?
Andrews, Charles William (detail)
The systematic position of Moeritherium.
Nature (London) 81: 305.
Andrews, Charles William (detail)
On the importance of Africa in vertebrate palaeontology.
Jour. E. Africa Uganda Nat. Hist. Soc. 2: 109-113.
–Abstr.: Geol. Mag. (5)9: 454-455.
Andrews, Charles William (detail)
On some similarities in the evolution of the dentition in the Sirenia and Proboscidea.
Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. (9)13(75): 304-309. Mar. 1924.
–Lists anatomical features shared by sirs. and proboscideans, and discusses resemblances in dental formula, tooth crown morphology, and mode of tooth replacement. Desmostylus is also compared with these, and regarded as a sirenian.

Daryl P. Domning, Research Associate, Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 20560, and Laboratory of Evolutionary Biology, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Howard University, Washington, D.C. 20059.
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