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Fossil mammals resolve regional patterns of Eurasian climate change over 20 million years
Fossil teeth of terrestrial plant-eating mammals offer a new, quasi-quantitative proxy for environmental aridity that resolves previously unseen regional features across the Eurasian continent fromExpand
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New data on late Miocene mammals of Kohfidisch, Austria
Cervids and bovids of the Early Turolian mammalian fauna of Kohfidisch (Austria) are reviewed. A new species, Micromeryx mirus sp. nov. (Moschidae) is described.
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Artiodactyls From the Late Pliocene of Udunga, Western Trans-Baikal, Russia
ABSTRACT Seven species of artiodactyls from the Udunga locality in the Selenga basin, Trans-Baikal, Russia, are described: Capreolus constantini, sp. nov., Axis shansius, Orchonoceros gromovi,Expand
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Eocene - early Miocene ruminants in Asia
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The earliest musk deer of the genus Moschus and their significance in clarifying of evolution and relationships of the family Moschidae
Moschus grandaevus Schlosser, the most ancient musk deer, is recorded from two Late Miocene localities in the south of Eastern Siberia, Olkhon Island (Lake Baikal) and Taralyk-Cher near Kyzyl (Tuva).Expand
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The major stages in the evolution of artiodactyl communities from the Pliocene-early Middle Pleistocene of northern Eurasia: Part 1
Seven main stages in the evolution of Pliocene-Pleistocene artiodactyl communities from Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan within the interval from 5.3 through 0.4 Ma areExpand
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On Pliocene faunas with Proboscideans in the territory of the former Soviet Union
Abstract In the territory of the former Soviet Union, remains of proboscideans are known in the Pliocene faunas from Moldova to Transbaikalia. They belong to four genera and seven species of fourExpand
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Morphology, taxonomy, and phylogeny of megacerines (Megacerini, Cervidae, Artiodactyla)
Giant deer or megacerines (tribe Megacerini, family Cervidae, order Artiodactyla) dwelt in Eurasia from the Late Miocene to Holocene and in Africa in the Late Pleistocene. Based on comparativeExpand
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