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Evidence of earliest human occurrence in Europe: the site of Pirro Nord (Southern Italy)
Some flint lithic artifacts were discovered in the fissure fillings of the well-known Pirro Nord site (Apulia, Southern Italy). The lithic industry, composed by three cores and some flakes, has beenExpand
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Pleistocene Calabrian and Sicilian bioprovinces
Abstract During the Pleistocene, southern Calabria was the area through which several mammalian taxa dispersed into the Sicilian island via the Straits of Messina. The rich fossil record of SicilyExpand
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The early Middle Pleistocene large mammal faunas of Italy: An overview
During the last decade new finds have increased our knowledge of the Middle Pleistocene mammal faunas of the Italian peninsula. We provide an updated framework, mainly based on the large mammals,Expand
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L’industrie lithique du site Pléistocène inférieur de Pirro Nord (Apricena, Italie du sud) : une occupation humaine entre 1,3 et 1,7 Ma
Resume Le site de Pirro Nord (cite en litterature aussi comme Cava Pirro ou Cava Dell’Erba) est connu grâce aux nombreuses publications parues des les annees 1970, aussi bien du point de vueExpand
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New discoveries on the giant hedgehog Deinogalerix from the Miocene of Gargano (Apulia, Italy)
During the Miocene, the Abruzzo/Apulia region (Italy), isolated from the continent, was the theatre of the evolution of a vertebrate ecosystem in insular context. During the Late Miocene, theExpand
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The preliminary results of the analisys of fossil vertebrate remains from 19 fissure fillings in the karst network at Monte Tuttavista (Orosei, NMoro) are reported. about 80 taxa, among fishes,Expand
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Late Messinian rodents from Verduno (Piedmont, NW Italy): Biochronological, paleoecological and paleobiogeographic implications §
Abstract The stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental context of the Verduno fossil vertebrate locality is discussed herein based on its rodent record. The Verduno section crops out in the southern partExpand
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A new large barn owl (Aves, Strigiformes, Tytonidae) from the Middle Pleistocene of Sicily, Italy, and its taphonomical significance
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  • Biology, Geography
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Abstract A new species of Tytonidae, Tyto mourerchauvireae, is described from the Sicilian cave deposits of Spinagallo, Luparello and Marasa, which have yielded a common vertebrate fossil assemblagesExpand
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The Role of Neuroimaging in Evaluating Patients Affected by Creutzfeldt–Jakob Disease: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Diagnosis of Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease during life can be challenging since the huge variability of the symptoms which can be observed, especially in its early stages, may simulate other common formsExpand
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