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Los roedores de la Formación Collon Cura (Mioceno Medio), y la Ignimbrita Pilcaniyeu, Cañadon del Tordillo, Neuquen

@article{Vucetich1993LosRD,
  title={Los roedores de la Formaci{\'o}n Collon Cura (Mioceno Medio), y la Ignimbrita Pilcaniyeu, Ca{\~n}adon del Tordillo, Neuquen},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Guiomar Vucetich and Mario Mart{\'i}n Mazzoni and Ulyses Francisco Jos{\'e} Pardi{\~n}as},
  journal={Ameghiniana},
  year={1993},
  volume={30},
  pages={361-381}
}
THE RODENTS OF COLLON CURA FORMATION (MIDDLE MIOCENE) AND THE PILCANIYEU IGNIMBRITE. CANADON DEL TORDILLO, NEUQUEN. Collon Cura Formation has been identified in this area by the presence of Pilcaniyeu Ignimbrite (Middle Member). The Upper and Lower Members of this formation, where fossils were found, are mainly reworked pyroclastic rocks, probably deposited simultaneously with the ignimbrite. Pedogenetic features are common, especially in the Lower Member, where basal strata show slightly… Expand
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