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Petrosal bones of placental mammals from the Late Cretaceous of Uzbekistan
Petrosal bones representing “Zhelestidae” and Kulbeckia (“Zalambdalestidae”) were recovered from the Late Cretaceous of Uzbekistan and are formally described. The “zhelestid” petrosal retains severalExpand
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A Ceratopsian dinosaur Psittacosaurus sibiricus from the Early Cretaceous of West Siberia, Russia and its phylogenetic relationships
Synopsis Psittacosaurus sibiricus from the Aptian‐Albian Ilek Formation at Shestakovo, Kemerovo Province, West Siberia, is represented by two almost complete adult skeletons, several associatedExpand
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Mammals from the Late Jurassic Qigu Formation in the Southern Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China
Five mammalian taxa based on teeth and jaw fragments are reported from a bonebed of the Late Jurassic (Oxfordian) Qigu Formation at the Liuhuanggou site in the southern Junggar Basin. The mammalsExpand
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NEW DOCODONTANS FROM THE MIDDLE JURASSIC OF SIBERIA AND REANALYSIS OF DOCODONTA INTERRELATIONSHIPS
T wo new docodontans, Simpsonodon sibiricus sp. nov. and Hutegotherium yaomingi gen. et sp. nov., and a new specimen of Itatodon tatarinovi Lopatin et Averianov, 2005 are described from the MiddleExpand
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A new locality of Late Cretaceous snakes, mammals and other vertebrates in Africa (western Libya)
Abstract s sp. nov. (Reptilia sp. nov. (Reptilia, Serpentes, Simoliopheidae) is described from the Upper Cretaceous ‘unnamed’ beds of the Mizdah Formation (Santonian-Campanian) at Draa Ubari inExpand
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SMALL VERTEBRATES FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS AND EARLY TERTIARY OF THE NORTHEASTERN ARAL SEA REGION, KAZAKHSTAN
Abstract Field work conducted in the northeastern Aral Sea Region, southwestern Kazakhstan has produced a large number of vertebrates from late Cretaceous and early Tertiary sediments. Included amongExpand
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Paranyctoides and allies from the Late Cretaceous of North America and Asia
Paranyctoides is represented by three named, and possibly four unnamed species in the Late Cretaceous, North America. P. aralensis from the Late Cretaceous of Dzharakuduk, Uzbekistan, belongs in thisExpand
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Early Eocene mimotonids of Kyrgyzstan and the problem of Mixodontia
The Mimotonidae is a sister group for Lagomorpha that lacks important lagomorphs synapomorphy in the structure of p3. The family consists of six genera (Mimotona, Gomphos, Zagmys , Mimolagus, and twoExpand
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Introgression from Lepus europaeus to L. timidus in Russia revealed by mitochondrial single nucleotide polymorphisms and nuclear microsatellites.
Hybridisation among wild mammal populations may lead to introgression of genes and genomes over the species barrier. In Sweden, in northern Europe, and on the Iberian Peninsula in southern Europe,Expand
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New material of the Late Cretaceous deltatheroidan mammal Sulestes from Uzbekistan and phylogenetic reassessment of the metatherian-eutherian dichotomy
Sulestes karakshi Nessov, 1985b (= Deltatheroides kizylkumensis Nessov, 1993 = Marsasia aenigma Nessov, 1997) from the Late Cretaceous (Turonian) Bissekty local fauna, Kyzylkum Desert, Uzbekistan, isExpand
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