West European arvicolid evidence of intercontinental connections during the Early Pleistocene

@inproceedings{Mayhew2013WestEA,
  title={West European arvicolid evidence of intercontinental connections during the Early Pleistocene},
  author={David F. Mayhew},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Early Pleistocene arvicolid faunas from the Norwich Crag Formation of the UK contain species found across Eurasia, indicating that this was then a single faunal province. Several examples of arvicolid evidence for intercontinental connections are discussed, with reference particularly to new material from the locality Easton Wood, Suffolk, UK. This includes teeth referred to Mimomys glendae sp.nov., apparently closely related to Siberian and North American species. The locality also… CONTINUE READING