First record of the Eurasian jaguar in southern Asia and a review of dental differences between pantherine cats

  title={First record of the Eurasian jaguar in southern Asia and a review of dental differences between pantherine cats},
  author={Qigao Jiangzuo and Jinyi Liu},
  journal={Journal of Quaternary Science},
A comparative study of the Early Pleistocene carnivore guild from Dmanisi (Georgia).
The results suggest a close similarity among the Dmanisi carnivore assemblage and other guilds recorded from European late Villafranchian sites such as Pirro Nord, Venta Micena, and Apollonia 1 and, in a lesser extent, to European Epivillafranchians sites as Vallonnet, Untermassfeld, or the Vallparadís Section.
Panthera gombaszoegensis (Kretzoi, 1938) from Poland in the scope of the species evolution
Abstract Panthera gombaszoegensis was recorded over from 100 African and Eurasian localities, ranged between 2.5 and 0.3 Myr. Among them, seven cave sites, Żabia, Tunel Wielki, Kozi Grzbiet, Draby 3,
First discovery of Megantereon skull from southern China
ABSTRACT The sabertoothed cat Megantereon is an iconic carnivore in the Pleistocene of Eurasia, yet its fossil record is extremely rare and highly fragmentary in southern China (and the whole


  • 2018
Genome-wide signatures of complex introgression and adaptive evolution in the big cats
Findings indicate that post-speciation admixture has contributed genetic material that facilitated the adaptive evolution of big cat lineages.
The new Carnivore remains from the Early Pleistocene Yanliang Gigantopithecus fauna, Guangxi, South China
Abstract New Carnivore remains associated with Gigantopithecus blacki are described from Yanliang Cave, Chongzuo, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, South China. New specimens of Megantereon have been
ABSTRACT The locality of Küçükçekmece has yielded a unique carnivoran fauna representing one of the rare fossil assemblages comprising both marine and terrestrial species. The studied sample
A Late Miocene Ursavus skull from Guanghe, Gansu, China
Among the numerous Ursavus species, U. tedfordi is the most advanced and closest related to the living bears(excluding Ailuropoda) in morphology, however, might belong to a side-branch, judging by the autapomorphies possessed by it.
Presence of Panthera gombaszoegensis (Kretzoi, 1938) in the late Middle Pleistocene of Biśnik Cave, Poland, with an overview of Eurasian jaguar size variability
In addition to a rich, contemporaneous vertebrate faunal record, the fossil locality of Biśnik Cave in southern Poland, has yielded some Eurasian jaguar elements from layers 19b–d. Through placing
The Villafranchian carnivoran guild of Greece: implications for the fauna, biochronology and paleoecology.
  • G. Koufos
  • Geography, Medicine
    Integrative zoology
  • 2014
The carnivoran guild structure and the multivariate analysis of the Greek Villafranchian carnivoran assemblages in comparison with modern assembalges from open and closed environments indicate a relatively open landscape, which is in agreement with previous results for the Villaf Franchian of Greece.
  • 2012
New record of the European jaguar, Panthera onca gombaszoegensis (Kretzoi, 1938), from the Plio-Pleistocene of Langenboom (The Netherlands)
During screen washing in2002 ofglauconitic sedimentsof Miocene and Plioceneage at the ‘De Kuilen’ locality near Langenboom (Wijnker et al., 2008), Mr Jan Boes (Emmeloord), discovered a molarof a