冨田 幸光 Yukimitsu Tomida

論文

  • Saegusa, H. and Y. Tomida, 2011. Titanosauriform teeth from the Cretaceous of Japan. In A. W. A. Kellner and Y. Tomida (eds.), Proceedings of the Third Gondwanan Dinosaur Symposium, Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, 83(1): 247-265.
  • Miyata, K., Y. Tomida, K. C. Beard, G. F. Gunnell, H. Ugai, and K. Hirose, 2011. Eocene mammals from the Akasaki and Nakakoshiki formations, western Kyushu, Japan: preliminary work and correlation with Asian Land Mammal Ages. Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 49(1): 53-68.
  • Winkler, A. J. and Y. Tomida, 2011. Chapter 3. The lower third premolar of Serengetilagus praecapensis (Mammalia: Lagomorpha: Leporidae) from Laetoli, Tanzania. In T. Harrison (ed.). Paleontology and Geology of Laetoli, Tanzania: Human Evolution in Context. Volume 2: Fossil Hominins and the Associated Fauna. Springer Press, p. 55-66.
  • Jin, C.-z, Y. Tomida, Wang, Y., and Zhang, I.-q., 2010. First discovery of fossil Nesolagus (Leporidae, Lagomorpha) from Southeast Asia. Science China, Earth Sciences, 53(8): 1134-1140.
  • Miyata, K. and Y. Tomida, 2010., Anchitherium (Mammalia, Perissodactyla, Equidae) from the Early Miocene Hiramaki Formation, Gifu Prefecture, Japan, and its implication for the early diversification of Asian Anchitherium. Jour. Paleont., 84(4): 763-773.
  • Wang, X.-m., Z.-d. Qiu, Q. Li, Y. Tomida, Y. Kimura, Z. J. Tseng, and H.-J. Wang, 2009. A new early to late Miocene fossiliferous region in central Nei Mongol: lithostratigraphy and biostratigraphy in Aoerban strata. Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 47(2): 111-134.
  • Tomida, Y. and C.-z. Jin, 2009. Two new species of Pliopentalagus (Leporidae, Lagomorpha) from the Pliocene of Anhui Province, China, with a revision of P. huainanensis. Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 47(1): 53-71.
  • Miyata, K. and Y. Tomida, 2008. Computed tomography of a hypsodont trogosine, Higotherium hypsodon (Mammalia, Tillodontia): a phylogenetic implication. Mem. Fukui Pref. Dinosaur Museum, 7: 105-108.
  • Oshima, M., Y. Tomida, T. Araki, and Y. Azuma, 2008. First record of the genus Hyotherium (Mammalia: Suidae) from Japan. Mem. Fukui Pref. Dinosaur Museum, 7: 25-32.
  • Norton, C. J., Y. Hasegawa, N. Kohno, and Y. Tomida, 2007. Distinguishing archeological and paleontological faunal collections from Pleistocene Japan: taphonomic perspectives from Hanaizumi. Anthropological Science, 115: 91-106.
  • Tomida, Y. and T. Ohta, 2007. Discovery of a desmostylian tooth from Kitami City, northeastern Hokkaido, Japan. Mem. Fukui Pref. Dinosaur Museum, 6: 57-61.
  • Kobayashi, Y., M. Manabe, N. Ikegami, Y. Tomida, and H. Hayakawa, 2006. Dinosaurs from Japan. In Lu, J. C., Y. Kobayashi, D. Huang, and Y. N. Lee (eds.) Papers from the 2005 Heyuan International Dinosaur Symposium. Geol. Publ. House, Beijing, p. 87-102.
  • Tomida, Y. and Y. Tsumura, 2006. A partial skeleton of titanosauriaun sauropod from the Early Cretaceous of Toba City, central Japan. Jour. Paleont. Soc. Korea, 22(1): 217-238.
  • Kobayashi, Y., Y. Tomida, T. Kamei, and T. Eguchi, 2006. Anatomy of Toyotamaphimeia machikanensis Aoki, 1983 (Crocodylia) from the Late Pleistocene of Japan: reassessment of its phylogenetic status within Crocodylia. Nat. Sci. Mus. Monogr., 35: iiv + 1-121.
  • Lee, Y.-N. and Y. Tomida, 2005. A new investigation of Bunolophodon yokotii Makiyama, 1938 from the Kidong Formation, Myeongcheon, Hamgyeongbuk-do, North Korea. Jour. Paleont. Soc. Korea, 21(2): 157-165.
  • Lu, J.-c., Y. Tomida, Y. Azuma, Z.-m. Dong, and Y.-N. Lee, 2005. Nemegtomaia gen. nov., a replacement name for the oviraptorosaurian dinosaur Nemegtia Lu et al., 2004, a preoccupied name. Bull. Natn. Sci. Mus., Tokyo, Ser C., 31: 51.
  • Tomida, Y. and C.-z. Jin, 2005. Reconsideration of the generic assignment of “Pliopentalagus nihewanensis” from the late Pliocene of Hebei, China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 43(4): 297-303.
  • Upchurch, P., Y. Tomida, and P. M. Barrett, 2004. A new specimen of Apatosaurus ajax (Sauropoda: Diplodocidae) from the Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic) of Wyoming, USA. Natn. Sci. Mus. Monog., 26: vii+1-108, pls. 1-10.
  • Lu, J.-c., Y. Tomida, Y. Azuma, Z.-m. Dong, and Y. N. Lee, 2004. New oviraptorid dinosaur (Dinosauria: Oviraptorosauria) from the Nemegt Formation of southwestern Mongolia. Bull. Natn. Sci. Mus., Tokyo, Ser. C., 30: 95-130.
  • Tomida, Y. and Y.-N. Lee, 2004. A brief review of the Tertiary mammals from Korean Peninsula. Natn. Sci. Mus. Monogr., 24: 197-206.
  • Lee, Y.-N. and Y. Tomida, 2004. Collection building of vertebrate body fossils in South Korea. Natn. Sci. Mus. Monogr., 24: 37-50.
  • Lu, J.-c., Z-m.. Dong, Y. Azuma, R. Barsbold, and Y. Tomida, 2002. Oviraptorosaurs comapred to birds. In Z. Zhou and F. Zhang (eds.), Proceedings of the 5th Symposium of the Society of Avain Paleontology and Evolution. Science Press, Beijing, p. 175-189.
  • Azuma, Y., Y. Arakawa, Y. Tomida, and P. J. Currie, 2002. Early Cretaceous bird tracks from the Tetori Group, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. Memoir Fukui Pref. Dinosaur Mus., 1: 1-6.
  • Tomida, Y. and C-z, Jin, 2002. Morphological evolution of the genus Pliopentalagus based on the fossil material from Anhui Province, China: a preliminary study. Natn. Sci. Mus. Monogr., 22: 97-107.
  • Ikegami, N., A. W. A. Kellner, and Y. Tomida, 2000. The presence of an azhdarchid pterosaur in the Cretaceous of Japan. Paleont. Reserch, 4(3): 165-170.
  • Cheema, I. U., S. M. Raza, L. J. Flynn, A. R. Rajpar, and Y. Tomida, 2000. Miocene small mammals from Jalalpur, Pakistan, and their biochronologic implications. Bull. Natn. Sci. Mus., Ser. C, 26(1-2): 57-77.
  • Kellner, A. W. A. and Y. Tomida, 2000. Description of a new species of Anhangueridae (Pterodactyloidea) with comments on the pterosaur fauna from the Santana Formation (Aptian-Albian), northeastern Brazil. Natn. Sci. Mus. Monographs, 17, x+135 pp.
  • Kobayashi, Y., J. C. Lu, Z. M. Dong, R. Barsbold, Y. Azuma, and Y. Tomida, 1999. Herbivorous diet in an ornithomimid dinosaur. Nature, 402(6761): 480-481.
  • Chure, D. J., M. Manabe, M. Tanimoto, and Y. Tomida, 1999. . An unusual theropod tooth from the Mifune Group (Late Cenominian to Early Turonian), Kumamoto, Japan. Natn. Sci. Mus. Monographs, 15: 291-296.
  • Fejfar, O., M. Rummel, and Y. Tomida, 1998. New eomyid genus and species from the Early Miocene (MN Zones 3 - 4) of Europe and Japan related to Apeomys (Eomyidae, Rodentia, Mammalia). Natn. Sci. Mus. Monographs, 14: 123-143.
  • Miyata, K. and Y. Tomida, 1998. Trogosus-like tillodont (Tillodontia, Mammalia) from the early Middle Eocene of Japan. Paleont. Reserch, 2(3): 193-198.
  • Miyata, K. and Y. Tomida, 1998. A new tillodont from the early Middle Eocene of Japan and its implication to the subfamily Trogosinae (Tillodontia : Mammalia). Paleontological Research, 2(1): 53-66.
  • 冨田幸光,1997.アマミノクロウサギは本当に“ムカシウサギ ”か.化石,63: 20-28.
  • Fejfar, O., B. Engesser, and Y. Tomida, 1997. New eomyid genus and species of Apeomys Fahlbusch 1968 [Eomyidae (?), Rodentia, Mammalia] affinity from the early Miocene (MN Zones 3 and 4) of Europe and Japan (poster). Actes du Congres BiochroM'97, J.-P. Aguilar, S. Legendre & J. Michaus (eds.), Mem. Trav. E.P.H.E. Montpellier, 21: 705-706.
  • Tomida, Y. and T. Yamasaki, 1996. A large amynodontid from Karatsu Coal-field, Kyushu, Japan and the Eocene-Oligocene boundary. Bull. Natn. Sci. Mus., Tokyo, Ser. C, 22(3-4): 117-131.
  • Kohno, N., Y. Tomida, Y. Hasegawa, and H. Furusawa,1995. Pliocene tusked odobenids (Mammalia: Carnivora) in the western north Pacific, and their paleobiogeography. Bull. Natn. Sci. Mus., Tokyo, Ser. C, 21(3-4): 111-131.
  • Tomida, Y., K. Kawai, T.Setoguchi, and T. Ozawa, 1995. A new record of Youngofiber (Castoridae: Mammalia) from the Early Miocene of Kani City, Central Japan. Bull. Natn. Sci. Mus., Tokyo, Ser. C, 21(3-4): 103-109.
  • Azuma, Y. and Y. Tomida, 1995. Early Cretaceous dinosaur fauna of the Tetori Group in Japan. In A. Sun & Y. Wang (eds.) Sixth symposium on Mesozoic terrestrial ecosystems and biota: Short Papers. China Ocean Press, Beijing, p. 125-131.
  • Miyazaki, S., H. Horikawa, K. Hirota, M. Kumura, Y. Hasegawa, Y. Tomida, L. G. Barnes and C. E. Ray, 1994. Summary of the fossil record of pinnipeds of Japan, and comparisons with that from the eastern North Pacific. The Island Arc, 3(4): 361-372.
  • Tomida, Y., 1994. Reconsideration of Kushiro tapir (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from the Paleogene of eastern Hokkaido, Japan. Mem. Natn. Sci. Mus., Tokyo, 27: 31-36.
  • 冨田幸光,1994.頬歯の形態による化石哺乳類の系統解析−原猿類と齧歯類を例として−.哺乳類科学,34(1): 19-29.
  • Tomida, Y. and T. Setoguchi, 1994. Tertiary rodents from Japan. Natn. Sci. Mus. Monogr., 8: 185-195.
  • Tomida, Y., C.k. Li, and T. Setoguchi, eds., 1994. Rodent and lagomorph families of Asian origins and diversification: Proceedings of Workshop WC-2, 29th International Geological Congress, Kyoto, Japan. Natn. Sci. Mus. Monogr., 8, 195 pp.
  • Kohno, N. and Y. Tomida, 1993. Marine mammal teeth (Otariidae and Delphinidae) from the Early Pleistocene Setana Formation, Hokkaido, Japan. Bull. Natn. Sci. Mus., Tokyo, Ser. C, 19(4): 139-146.
  • 冨田幸光・安野敏勝, 1993.福井市西部の国見累層(中新世)より発見された長鼻類化石とその意義.金沢大学日本海域研究所報告,25: 35-45. 
  • 冨田幸光・甲能直樹,1992.稚内市の声問層(後期中新世中期−前期鮮新世)から産出した海生哺乳類化石.国立科学博物館専報,25: 49-56. 
  • 冨田幸光・大塚裕之・上野輝彌・佐倉 朔・馬場悠男,1990.徳之島・奄美大島における古脊椎動物学的・古人類学的調査の概要.国立科学博物館専報,23: 173-183.
  • Tomida, Y., 1989. A new walrus (Carnivora, Odobenidae) from the middle Pleistocene of the Boso Peninsula, Japan, and its implication on odobenid paleobiogeography. Bull. Nat. Sci. Mus., ser. C, 15(3): 109-119.
  • 長谷川善和・冨田幸光・甲能直樹・小野慶一・野苅谷宏・上野輝彌,1988.下北半島尻屋地域の更新世脊椎動物群集.国立科学博物館専報,21: 17-36, 図版1-8.
  • Winkler, A. J. and Y. Tomida,1988. New records of the small leporid Aztranolagus agilis Russell and Harris (Leporidae, Leporinae). Southwest. Natur., 33(4): 391-396.
  • Tomida, Y., 1987. Small mammal fossils and correlation of continental deposits, Safford and Duncan Basins, Arizona, USA. Nat. Sci. Mus., Tokyo, x + 141.
  • Tomida, Y., 1986. Recognition of the genus Entelodon (Artiodactyla, Mammalia) from the Joban Coalfield, Japan, and the age of the Iwaki Formation. Bull. Nat. Sci. Mus., ser. C, 12(4): 165-170.
  • Tomida, Y., 1985. Small mammal fossils and correlatioin of continental deposits, Safford and Ducan Basins, Arizona. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Arizona, xiii+253 pp.
  • Tomida, Y., 1983. A new helaletid tapiroid (Perissodactyla, Mammalia) from the Paleogene of Hokkaido, Japan, and the age of the Urahoro group. Bull. Nat. Sci. Mus., ser. C, 9(4): 151-163.
  • Tomida, Y., 1982. A new genus of picrodontid primate from the Paleocene of Utah. Folia Primatol., 37: 37-43.
  • Tomida, Y., 1981. “Doragonian” fossils from the San Juan Basin and status of the “Dragonian” Land Mammal “Age”. In Advances in San Juan Basin paleontology (S. G. Lucas, J. K. Rigby, and B. S. Kues, eds.), Univ. New Mexico Press, p.222-241.
  • Tomida, Y. and R. F. Butler, 1980. Dragonian mammals and Paleocene magnetic polarity stratigraphy, North Horn Formation, central Utah. Amer. Jour. Sci., 280: 787-811.
  • Shikama, T., H. Otsuka and Y. TomidaFossil Proboscidea from Taiwan. Sci. Rep. Yokohama Nat. Univ. Sec. II, 22: 13-62.