Vladimir Prokhorovich Amalitskii
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|Vladimir Prokhorovich Amalitskii|
|Born||June 1, 1860|
|Died||December 15, 1917(aged 57)|
Vladimir Prokhorovich Amalitskii (1860–1917) (alternative spelling: Amalitzky) was a Russian Paleontologist and Professor at Warsaw University, who was involved in the discovery and excavation of the famous Late Permian fossil vertebrate fauna from the North Dvina River, Arkhangelsk District, Northern European Russia.
He died in December 1917 in Kislovodsk, Caucasus.
He made a number of studies of the fossil remains of amphibians and reptiles from Northern Russia.
- Amalitskii, V.P., Dvinosauridae Petrograd : Akademicheskaia tip., 1921. 16 p., 4 leaves of plates : ill. -- (Severodvinskie raskopki professora V.P. Amalitskogo ;
- Amalitskii, V.P., Seymouridae, Petrograd : Akademicheskaia tip., 1921. 14 p.,  leaves of plates : ill. -- (Severodvinskie raskopki professora V.P. Amalitskogo ; 2)
- Amalitskii, V.P., 1922, Diagnoses of the new forms of vertebrates and plants from the upper Permian of North Dvia: Bulletin de l’Academie des Sciences de l’Union des Republiques Sovietiques Socialistes, Math and Natural Sciences, 1922, p. 329-340. and in Izv. Ross. Akad. Nauk, Ser. 6 25 (1), 1–12.
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