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The late Turolian muroid rodent succession in eastern Spain

@article{Agust1996TheLT,
  title={The late Turolian muroid rodent succession in eastern Spain},
  author={Jordi Agust{\'i} and Manel Llenas},
  journal={Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia},
  year={1996},
  volume={39}
}
In this paper we present a review of the muroid succession in the late Turolian basins of Spain. The basins of Fortuna, Mula and Teruel, as well as isolated localities like Almenara-M, are taken into account in this analysis. Five main events, recording the entry of Stephanomys, Parasaidomys, Paraethomys, Protatera and aff. Protatera sp., are recognized. The new genus Parasaidomys is described for the new species P. kowalskii and other populations of large murids that are found in the lowermost… 
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