1973年 第11卷 第2期: 165~181
编辑：周明镇 李传夔 张玉萍
摘要：This paper is a review of the known localities of late Eocene vertebrate in the provinces of Honan and Shansi in respect to the stratigraphical sequence and fauual characters of the various localities and mammalian zones. The Upper Eocene beds of this region are among the most richly fossiliferous of the known Early Tertiary mammal-bearing beds in China. Vertebrate fossils have been found in at least five of the many small continental Early Tertiary basins of this region. They are Lushi, Linpao, Chiyuan, and Siehuan basius in Honan, and Yuanchu basin which is mainly in Shansi but with a small part at the northern border of Honan. Only the Lushi and Yuanchu basins have yielded sufficient number of vertebrate fossils, although the others may be also potentially important.