New fossil teeth of Theropithecus oswaldi (Cercopithecoidea) from the Early Pleistocene at Cueva Victoria (SE Spain).

@article{FerrndezCaadell2014NewFT,
  title={New fossil teeth of Theropithecus oswaldi (Cercopithecoidea) from the Early Pleistocene at Cueva Victoria (SE Spain).},
  author={Carles Ferr{\`a}ndez-Ca{\~n}adell and Francesc Ribot and Llu{\'i}s Gibert},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2014},
  volume={74},
  pages={55-66}
}
The presence of Theropithecus oswaldi in Europe was first reported in 1995 from the Early Pleistocene site of Cueva Victoria (SE Spain), showing the dispersal of this genus above 30° north latitude and into Europe. Later claims of the presence in Italy of Theropithecus in the Early Pleistocene, based on vertebral remains, are controversial. Here we report four additional teeth of T. oswaldi from Cueva Victoria. These and the previously described tooth correspond to a minimum of two individuals… CONTINUE READING