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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 knownExpand
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 (DeExpand
Early Pleistocene small-sized deer of Europe
The article presents a systematic revision of early Pleistocene small-sized deer of Europe, their taxonomy, morphology, individual and ontogenetic variation, ecology and evolution. Cervus nestiiExpand
Taxonomy and systematics of large-sized deer of the genus Praemegaceros PORTIS, 1920 (Cervidae, Mammalia)
A taxonomical and systematic revision of the cervid genus Praemegaceros PORTIS is proposed in the article. The genus Praemegaceros is known from the Pleistocene of Europe, from some MediterraneanExpand
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 climateExpand
Ecological and evolutionary dynamics of the carnivore community in Europe during the last 3 million years
Abstract The ecological structure of the carnivore community remained stable during the Late Pliocene – Early Pleistocene period and does not reveal the influence of climate change over the communityExpand
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 sontExpand
A Description of Two New Species of the Genus Rucervus (Cervidae, Mammalia) from the Early Pleistocene of Southeast Europe, with Comments on Hominin and South Asian Ruminants Dispersals
The article attests the presence of the genus Rucervus in the paleontological record of Europe and presents the description of new species of large-sized deer Rucervus radulescui sp. nov. from theExpand