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Deer from Late Miocene to Pleistocene of Western Palearctic: matching fossil record and molecular phylogeny data
This article proposes a brief overview of opinions on cervid systematics and phylogeny, as well as some unresolved taxonomical issues, morphology and systematics of the most important or little known
Taxonomy and systematics of large-sized deer of the genus Praemegaceros PORTIS, 1920 (Cervidae, Mammalia)
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A taxonomical and systematic revision of the cervid genus Praemegaceros PORTIS is proposed in the article and Megaceroides JOLEAUD is suggested as an inappropriate genus name for this group of cervids.
On the systematic position of the large-sized deer from Apollonia, Early Pleistocene, Greece
The revision of the large-sized deer association from the early Pleistocene site Apollonia (Early Pleistocene; Greece), revealed the presence of two species,Praemegaceros pliotarandoides (De
Early Pleistocene small-sized deer of Europe
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A systematic revision of early Pleistocene small-sized deer of Europe, their taxonomy, morphology, individual and ontogenetic variation, ecology and evolution is presented.
Origin and evolution of the Late Pleistocene island deer Praemegaceros (Nesoleipoceros) cazioti (Depéret) from Corsica and Sardinia
Dans ce travail, la taxonomie, la morphologie, les donnees systematiques et evolutives relatives aux especes Praemegaceros (Nesoleipoceros) cazioti et Praemegaceros (Nesoleipoceros) solilhacus sont
LARGE-SIZED DEER FROM THE EARLY PLEISTOCENE OF SOUTH-EAST EUROPE
The present paper brings summarized data on early Pleistocene large-sized deer from Balkan and Black Sea Areas of Europe. Several stocks of giant deer occur in Europe along the gradual climate
Evolution, ecology and biochronology of herbivore associations in Europe during the last 3 million years
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The two following stages of faunal evolution mark a beginning and the end of complex continuous changes in the taxonomic and structural composition of the herbivore associations that resulted in a dominance of large-sized ruminant herbivores of modern type.
Ecological interpretations of early Pleistocene deer (Mammalia, Cervidae) from Ceyssaguet (Haute-Loire, France)
The mesowear method is applied to reveal the type of forage eaten by the late Villafranchian deer of Ceyssaguet (Haute-Loire, France). Further, habitat properties of the paleoenvironment of
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