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Sigmodont rodents (Mammalia; Muroidea; Sigmodontinae) from the Pliocene (early Blancan) Verde Formation, Arizona
ABSTRACT Muroid rodents recovered from sediments of the Verde Formation, central Arizona, aged at about 4 Ma, include species belonging to the subfamily Sigmodontinae. These are Calomys (Bensonomys)Expand
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New Early Eocene Mammalian Fauna from Western Patagonia, Argentina
Abstract Two new fossil mammal localities from the Paleogene of central-western Patagonia are preliminarily described as the basis for a new possible biochronological unit for the early Eocene ofExpand
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Pleistocene Bats from Cave Deposits in Bahia, Brazil
Twenty-seven taxa of bats from late Pleistocene fossils originated from five caves in Bahia, Brazil. In one cave, humeri of Mormoops megalophylla were dated radiometrically to 20,060 ± 290 years ago.Expand
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A NEW BAT (CHIROPTERA: NATALIDAE) FROM THE EARLY MIOCENE OF FLORIDA, WITH COMMENTS ON NATALID PHYLOGENY
Abstract We describe a new extinct genus and species of bat belonging to the endemic Neotropical family Natalidae (Chiroptera) from the Thomas Farm Local Fauna in northern peninsular Florida of earlyExpand
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Opossums (Didelphidae) and Bats (Noctilionidae and Molossidae) from the Late Miocene of the Amazon Basin
Fossil mammalian teeth recovered in sedimentary beds along the Rio Acre in western Amazonia include at least two kinds of Didelphidae (genera and species indeterminate) and the second Tertiary recordExpand
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Molossid Bats from the Late Tertiary of Florida with a Review of the Tertiary Molossidae of North America
The fossil history of molossids in the North American Tertiary is among the poorest for any family of bats. The oldest definite record is of Wallia scalopidens of middle Eocene (Uintan) age fromExpand
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New rodents (Mammalia, Rodentia, Cricetidae) from the Verde Fauna of Arizona and the Maxum Fauna of California, USA, early Blancan Land Mammal Age
The cricetid rodent Postcopemys repenningi, new genus and new species, is described from the Verde fauna in Arizona and the Maxum fauna in California. Two other rodents, Postcopemys maxumensis, newExpand
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Synopsis of bats of Nebraska
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