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The villafranchian carnivores from the north-eastern iberian peninsula and the early-middle pleistocene transition
The Villafranchian is a Mammal Age, a biochronological unit, based on large mammals spanning the interval from the Late Pliocene to most of the Early Pleistocene. During this large time intervalExpand
Biochronological data for the middle pleistocene site of Grotte de la Carrière (Lachambre karstic complex, Corneilla-De-Conflent, Eastern Pyrenees, Southern France) inferred from the small-mammal
The Embulla Mountain, located between the municipalities of Ria and Corneilla-de-Conflent (Eastern Pyrenees), possesses a large karstic complex with more than 20 caves situated at differentExpand
The European Training Network SELECTA reaches its end
The final meeting of the European Training Network SELECTA (Smart ELECTrodeposited Alloys for environmentally sustainable applications: from advanced protective coatings to micro/nano-robotic platf...
The Eurasian puma-like cat "Puma pardoides" (Owen 1846) (Carnivora, Felidae): Taxonomy, Biogeography and dispersal events
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The fossil remains of puma-like cats from the Iberian Peninsula are described and it is concluded that P. pardoides is closely related to living pumas, which supports a likely Eurasian origin of the puma lineage. Expand
Middle Pleistocene cave bears from Grotte de la Carrière (Eastern Pyrenees): taxonomic attribution and phylogenetic implications
La Grotte de la Carriere es una de las cuevas accesorias con registro paleontologico del complejo karstico de Lachambre ubicado en el valle del Tet en Villafranche-de-Conflent (Occitana, Francia).Expand