POGGIO ROSSO (UPPER VALDARNO, CENTRAL ITALY), A WINDOW ON LATEST PLIOCENE WILDLIFE

@inproceedings{Mazza2006POGGIOR,
  title={POGGIO ROSSO (UPPER VALDARNO, CENTRAL ITALY), A WINDOW ON LATEST PLIOCENE WILDLIFE},
  author={Paul P. A. Mazza},
  year={2006}
}
  • Paul P. A. Mazza
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
  • Abstract The record of fossil mammalian remains from Poggio Rosso, Upper Valdarno, represents one of the richest samples for deciphering paleobiological information on latest Pliocene land faunas of central Italy. The taphonomic imprinting of this bone accumulation formed by Pachycrocuta brevirostris is investigated to determine the time-averaging of the assemblage, the structure of the paleocommunity from which it originated, and the interactions among some of the species represented in it, as… CONTINUE READING
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