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Biochronology and biostratigraphy of the Uquía Formation (Pliocene–early Pleistocene, NW Argentina) and its significance in the Great American Biotic Interchange
A 60-million-year Cenozoic history of western Amazonian ecosystems in Contamana, eastern Peru
Functional anatomy of the limbs of erethizontidae (Rodentia, Caviomorpha): Indicators of locomotor behavior in Miocene porcupines
Functional analysis of the limb bones of the erethizontid Steiromys duplicatus, one of the most abundant Miocene porcupines from Patagonia, provides evidence to infer their locomotor behavior.…
Colhuehuapian rodents from Gran Barranca and other Patagonian localities
Systematics and biogeographic significance of Drytomomys typicus (Scalabrinin Ameghino, 1889) nov. comb., a Miocene Dinomyidae (Rodentia, Hystricognathi) from Northeast of Argentina
Earliest South American paucituberculatans and their significance in the understanding of 'pseudodiprotodont' marsupial radiations
It is concluded that ‘pseudodiprotodont’ marsupials of the traditional literature (i.e. Polydolopimorphia + Paucituberculata) do not form a natural group.
Early Miocene Paleobiology in Patagonia: Paleoecology of the Paucituberculata and Microbiotheria (Mammalia, Marsupialia) from the late Early Miocene of Patagonia
Hypsodonty and body size in rodent-like notoungulates
THE AFFINITIES OF ROBERTHOFFSTETTERIA NATIONALGEOGRAPHICA (MARSUPIALIA) AND THE ORIGIN OF THE POLYDOLOPINE MOLAR PATTERN
Both Roberthoffstetteria and the polydolopines are plesiomorphic in having stylar cusp E, which is absent in most other South American marsupials.