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New results with regard to the Neogene and Quaternary avifauna of the Carpathian basin part II
- E. Kessler
The author has studied a number of fossil bird bone remains from palaeontological sites in the Carpathian Basin during the last years and identified five new fossil species, three of which have been identified or revised following the taxonomic order.
Detection of antibodies in sera of weaned pigs after contact infection with Sarcoptes scabiei var. suis and after treatment with an antiparasitic agent by three different indirect ELISAs.
ELOPTERYX REVISITED - A NEW BIRD-LIKE SPECIMEN FROM THE MAASTRICHTIAN OF THE HAŢEG BASIN (ROMANIA)
A distal right femur from the La Scoabă locality, Sinpetru, is reminiscent in size and features of the femora described initially by Andrews, but several osteological details differentiate the specimen from other fossil and Recent steganopodes, suggesting that it does not, in fact, belong to a bird.
Bird remains from the Eneolithic and Iron Age site Bordusani-Popina and Eneolithic site Harsova [Southeast Romania]
A study of the two Eneolithic and Iron Age sites containing the richest Holocene bird faunas of Romania is presented. Borduoani-Popinã yielded 36 taxa and at least 67 individuals from 187 bird bones,…