• Geology
  • Published 2005

Carnivora (Mammalia) from the late Miocene of Akkașdağı, Turkey

@inproceedings{Bonis2005CarnivoraF,
  title={Carnivora (Mammalia) from the late Miocene of Akkașdağı, Turkey},
  author={Louis de Bonis},
  year={2005}
}
Volcanic ashes in Akkasdagi ( Turkey) have yielded wall preserved remains of late Miocene Cranivora belonging to three families. The Hyaenidae are the most abundant. Adcrocuta eximia, a very common large animal, and Ictitherium viverrinum were first described from the Greek locality Pikermi. The type specimen of Hyaenictitherium wongii has been found in China but the species is also present in European or Western Eurasian localities. Thalassis spelea and cf; Thalassis sp. are less common but… CONTINUE READING

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