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The tropical western Atlantic caprellid Paracaprella pusilla Mayer, 1890 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Caprellidae) is reported in the eastern Mediterranean for the first time. Individuals were collected in the southern coast of Israel associated with drifting colonies of the bryozoan Bugula neritina and with Bugula colonies attached to a submerged kurkar ridge.(More)
1 and indicate that humans might have reached northeast Asia earlier than previously thought. Along with estimated ages for the sites of Gongwangling (1.15 Myr) 14 and Xihoudu (1.27 Myr) 15 in the southern Loess Plateau and for Xiaochangliang (1.36 Myr) 1 and Donggutuo (1.1 Myr) 16 sites in the Nihewan basin, our new results imply an expansion and lengthy(More)
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