The Late Middle Miocene Mae Moh Basin of Northern Thailand: The Richest Neogene Assemblage of Carnivora from Southeast Asia and a Paleobiogeographic Analysis of Miocene Asian Carnivorans

@article{Groh2020TheLM,
  title={The Late Middle Miocene Mae Moh Basin of Northern Thailand: The Richest Neogene Assemblage of Carnivora from Southeast Asia and a Paleobiogeographic Analysis of Miocene Asian Carnivorans},
  author={Camille Groh{\'e} and Louis de Bonis and Yaowalak Chaimanee and Olivier Chavasseau and Mana Rugbumrung and Chotima Yamee and Kantapon Suraprasit and Corentin Gibert and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Surault and C{\'e}cile Blondel and Jean-Jacques Jaeger},
  journal={American Museum Novitates},
  year={2020},
  volume={2020},
  pages={1 - 57}
}
ABSTRACT The late middle Miocene fossil-bearing lignite zones of the Mae Moh Basin, northern Thailand, have yielded a rich vertebrate fauna, including two species of Carnivora described thus far: the bunodont otter Siamogale thailandica (known from over a 100 specimens) and the large amphicyonid Maemohcyon potisati. Here we describe additional carnivoran material from Mae Moh comprising new remains of Maemohcyon potisati as well as remains of seven new carnivorans belonging to at least four… Expand
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3D models related to the publication: The late middle Miocene Mae Moh Basin of northern Thailand: the richest Neogene assemblage of Carnivora from Southeast Asia and a paleobiogeographic analysis of Miocene Asian carnivorans
The present 3D Dataset contains the 3D models described and figured in the following publication: Grohé et al. 2020, the late middle Miocene Mae Moh Basin of northern Thailand: the richest NeogeneExpand

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