On the brink: micromammals from the latest Villanyian from Bıçakçı (Anatolia)

@inproceedings{Ostende2015OnTB,
  title={On the brink: micromammals from the latest Villanyian from Bıçakçı (Anatolia)},
  author={Lars W. van den Hoek Ostende and F Babette Diepeveen and Alexey S. Tesakov and Gerçek Saraç and David F. Mayhew and Mehmet Cihat Alçiçek},
  year={2015}
}
The locality of Bicakci (Cameli basin, Anatolia) has yielded a diverse fauna of micromammals. The arvicolines are the most diverse and abundant group. Their stage in evolution shows that the fauna is late Villanyian in age and can be placed in the lower part of the zone P of the Anatolian Neogene biozonation. Thus, it is on the brink of the important Villanyian/Biharian transition. The presence of three species of hamster, in combination with the occurrence of Borsodia, a high abundance of… CONTINUE READING

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