The primate fossil record in the Iberian Peninsula

@article{Marig2014ThePF,
  title={The primate fossil record in the Iberian Peninsula},
  author={Judit Marig{\'o} and Ivette Susanna and Raef Minwer-Barakat and Joan Madurell-Malapeira and Salvador Moy{\`a}-Sol{\`a} and Isaac Casanovas-Vilar and Josep M. Robles and David M. Alba},
  journal={Journal of Iberian Geology},
  year={2014},
  volume={40},
  pages={157-166}
}
During the last decade, new discoveries in several Iberian basins, together with the description of previously unpublished finds, have significantly increased the recorded paleodiversity of fossil Primates (Mammalia: Euarchonta) in the Iberian Peninsula. Here we provide an updated compendium of the primate fossil record in Iberia during the Cenozoic and further summarize the changes in primate paleo­diversity through time, which are then analyzed in the light of changing climatic conditions… Expand

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