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A Checklist of the Herpetofauna of the Palau Islands (Republic of Belau), Oceania
The Palau islands of western Micronesia comprise one of the most physiographically varied archipelagos in the Pacific. There are some 350 islands of volcanic and coralline origin that range fromExpand
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Zoogeography of West Indian Vertebrates in Relation to Pleistocene Climatic Cycles
In the course of our inquiries into the fossil record of late Pleistocene terrestrial vertebrates of the West Indies, we have become impressed by the number of extinctions of species characteristicExpand
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Rapid prehistoric extinction of iguanas and birds in Polynesia
The Tongoleleka archaeological site on Lifuka Island, Kingdom of Tonga, is a rich accumulation of pottery, marine mollusks, and nonhuman bones that represents first human contact on a small island inExpand
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Late Holocene fossil vertebrates from Burma Quarry, Antigua, Lesser Antilles
Pregill, Gregory K., David W. Steadman, Storrs L. Olson, and Frederick V. Grady. Late Holocene Fossil Vertebrates from Burma Quarry, Antigua, Lesser Antilles. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology,Expand
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Systematics of the West Indian lizard genus Leiocephalus (Squamata: Iguania: Tropiduridae) /
Reading is a hobby to open the knowledge windows. Besides, it can provide the inspiration and spirit to face this life. By this way, concomitant with the technology development, many companies serveExpand
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A NEW IGUANID LIZARD (SQUAMATA, IGUANIDAE) FROM THE LATE QUATERNARY OF FIJI, SOUTHWEST PACIFIC
Fossils of a spectacularly large (ca. 500 mm SVL) iguanid lizard were found in late Quaternary sediments on Fiji's main island Viti Levu. The lizard is distinct from the living Fiji iguanas,Expand
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Squamate Reptiles from Prehistoric Sites in the Mariana Islands
Fossil remains of lizards on Pacific islands are uncommon. Where known, they are a unique source of information for assessing patterns of dispersal and extinction. Paleontological and archaeologicalExpand
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