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Patterns of Extinction in West Indian Bats
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Extinction and the zoogeography of West Indian land mammals
The timing and causes of extinctions of West Indian land mammals during three time intervals covering the last 20000 years (late Pleistocene and early Holocene, Amerindian, and post-Columbian) areExpand
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Late Neogene Oceanographic Change along Florida's West Coast: Evidence and Mechanisms
Evidence from vertebrate and invertebrate fossil assemblages and isotopic analyses supports the hypothesis that during the Pliocene biological productivity in the eastern Gulf of Mexico wasExpand
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First North American fossil monkey and early Miocene tropical biotic interchange
New World monkeys (platyrrhines) are a diverse part of modern tropical ecosystems in North and South America, yet their early evolutionary history in the tropics is largely unknown. MolecularExpand
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Exceptionally well preserved late Quaternary plant and vertebrate fossils from a blue hole on Abaco, The Bahamas
We report Quaternary vertebrate and plant fossils from Sawmill Sink, a “blue hole” (a water-filled sinkhole) on Great Abaco Island, The Bahamas. The fossils are well preserved because of depositionExpand
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A NEW SEA OTTER (CARNIVORA: MUSTELIDAE) FROM THE LATE MIOCENE AND EARLY PLIOCENE (HEMPHILLIAN)
A new genus and species of sea otter, Enhydritherium terraenovae is described from Hemphillian deposits of the Withlacoochee 4A site and the Upper Bone Valley Formation, Florida and from theExpand
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North American Eocene Sea Cows (Mammalia: Sirenia)
Domning, Daryl P., Gary S. Morgan, and Clayton E. Ray. North American Eocene Sea Cows (Mammalia: Sirenia). Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, number 52, 69 pages, 34 figures, 4 tables,Expand
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A NEW BAT (CHIROPTERA: NATALIDAE) FROM THE EARLY MIOCENE OF FLORIDA, WITH COMMENTS ON NATALID PHYLOGENY
Abstract We describe a new extinct genus and species of bat belonging to the endemic Neotropical family Natalidae (Chiroptera) from the Thomas Farm Local Fauna in northern peninsular Florida of earlyExpand
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Geochronology of a rich early Pleistocene vertebrate fauna, Leisey Shell Pit, Tampa Bay, Florida
Abstract Leisey Shell Pit, on the southeastern edge of Tampa Bay, has produced the largest early Pleistocene vertebrate fauna in North America, consisting of about 30,000 cataloged specimens. TheExpand
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Bones, Clones, and Biomes: The History and Geography of Recent Neotropical Mammals
Bones, Clones, and Biomes is an edited volume consisting of 16 papers by 34 different authors on the history and geography of Recent Neotropical mammals. These papers were first presented in twoExpand
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