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Attaichnus kuenzelii revisited: A Miocene record of fungus-growing ants from Argentina
Abstract Attaichnus kuenzelii is a nest of leaf-cutting ants from the Miocene of La Pampa, Argentina, described by Laza (1982) in a pioneer paper for insect palaeoichnology. The type locality wasExpand
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The Phanerozoic Four Revolutions and Evolution of Paleosol Ichnofacies
The analysis of a database composed of 166 cases of invertebrate and root trace fossils in paleosols allowed us to recognize four major evolutionary steps in the Phanerozoic evolution of paleosolExpand
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Digital channelised receivers on FPGAs platforms
This paper presents several implementations of digital channelised receivers on field-programmable gate array (FPGA) platforms. Expand
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Dung beetle brood balls from Pleistocene highland palaeosols of Andean Ecuador: A reassessment of Sauer's Coprinisphaera and their palaeoenvironments
Abstract Independently, Roselli (1939) and Sauer (1955) described and named similar fossil brood balls from the Paleogene of Uruguay ( Devincenzia murguiai ) and from the Quaternary of Ecuador (Expand
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Coprinisphaera akatanka isp. nov.: The first fossil brood ball attributable to necrophagous dung beetles associated with an Early Pleistocene environmental stress in the Pampean region (Argentina)
Abstract The known ichnospecies of Coprinisphaera have been usually linked to dung beetles of coprophagous habits living in grass-dominated environments inhabited by large herbivorous, which provideExpand
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Ichnostratigraphy of middle Cenozoic Coprinisphaera from central Patagonia: Insights into the evolution of dung beetles, herbivores and grass-dominated habitats
Abstract Dung beetles use the dung of herbivores, particularly large mammals, to provision their underground nests in which they construct brood balls where the egg is laid. These insects are usuallyExpand
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Phytolith analysis of Coprinisphaera, unlocking dung beetle behaviour, herbivore diets and palaeoenvironments along the Middle Eocene–Early Miocene of Patagonia
The analysis of the total number of phytoliths, and the absolute frequencies of the different morphotypes, extracted from fossil dung beetle brood balls (Coprinisphaera) from the Middle Eocene–EarlyExpand
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