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Recent Advances on Multidisciplinary Research at Rudabánya, Late Miocene (MN9), Hungary: a compendium
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It is found that there are 112 vertebrate taxa recorded from Rudabanya, 69 of which are fossil mammals, and that these central and western European localities contra- st strikingly with correlative eastern Mediterranean-Southwest Asian localities in their community structure. Expand
The late Turolian muroid rodent succession in eastern Spain
In this paper we present a review of the muroid succession in the late Turolian basins of Spain. The basins of Fortuna, Mula and Teruel, as well as isolated localities like Almenara-M, are taken intoExpand
The origin of the critically endangered Iberian lynx: Speciation, diet and adaptive changes
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The appearance of Lynx pardinus is related here to the faunal turnover that occurred between the Middle and Late Villafranchian, considered to be one of the major changes in the European macromammal fauna. Expand
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
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