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Deng, Tao, 2013. Incisor fossils of Aprotodon (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae) from the Early Miocene Shangzhuang Formation of the Linxia Basin in Gansu, China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 51 (2): 131-140, 2 figs.

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Deng, Tao; Hanta, R.; Jintasakul, P., 2013. A new species of Aceratherium (Rhinocerotidae, Perissodactyla) from the Late Miocene of Nakhon Ratchasima, northeastern Thailand. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33 (4): 977-985, 5 figs, 3 tabs.

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Deng, Tao; Wang, Shiqi; Xie, Guang Pu; Li, Qiang; Hou, Sukuan; Sun, Boyang, 2012. A mammalian fossil from the Dingqing formation in the Lunpola Basin, northern Tibet, and its relevance to age and paleo-altimetry. Chinese Science Bulletin 57 (2-3): 261-269, 4 figs.

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Deng, Tao; Wang, ShiQi; Hou, SuKuan, 2012. A bizarre tandem-horned elasmothere rhino from the Late Miocene of northwestern China and origin of the true elasmothere. Chinese Science Bulletin (Geology) 58 (15): 1811-1817, 4 figs, 1 tab.

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Chen, Shao-Kun; Deng, Tao; He, Wen; Chen, Shanqin, 2011. A dental pathological deformity of Chilotherium wimani from the Linxia Basin of Gansu, China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 49 (2): 223-228, 1 fig.

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Deng, Tao; Liang, Zhong; Wang, Shiqi; Hou, Sukuan; Li, Qiang , 2011. Discovery of a Late Miocene mammalian fauna from Siziwang Banner, Inner Mongolia, and its paleozoogeographical significance. Chinese Science Bulletin, Beijing; 56: 526-534, 5 figs.

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Deng, Tao; Hou, Sukuan; Shi, Qin-Qin; Chen, Shao-Kun; He, Wen; Chen, Shanqin, 2011. Terrestrial Mio-Pliocene Boundary in the Linxia Basin, Gansu, China. Acta Geologica Sinica, Beijing; 85 (2): 452-464, 4 figs.

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Deng, Tao; Hou, Sukuan; Shi, Qin-Qin; Chen, Shao-Kun; He, Wen; Chen, Shanqin, 2011. Terrestrial Mio-Pliocene Boundary in the Linxia Basin, Gansu, China. Acta Geologica Sinica, Beijing; 85 (2): 452-464, 4 figs.

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Deng, Tao; Wang, Xiaming; Fortelius, M.; Li, Qiang; Wang, Yang; Tseng, Zhije J.; Takeuchi, G.T.; Saylor, J. E.; Saila, L. K.; Xie, Guangpu, 2011. Out of Tibet: Pliocene Woolly Rhino suggests high-plateau origin of Ice Age Megaherbivores. Science 333: 1285-1288, Supporting on-line material pp 1-47

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Deng, Tao; Wang, Xiaming; Fortelius, M.; Li, Qiang; Wang, Yang; Tseng, Zhije J.; Takeuchi, G.T.; Saylor, J. E.; Saila, L. K.; Xie, Guangpu, 2011. Out of Tibet: Pliocene Woolly Rhino suggests high-plateau origin of Ice Age Megaherbivores. Science 333: 1285-1288, Supporting on-line material pp 1-47

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Deng, Tao; Wang, Shiqi; Xie, Guang Pu; Li, Qiang; Hou, Sukuan; Sun, Boyang, 2011. The basin Dengqen group of northern Tibet Lunpola mammalian fossils from the era and the height of ancient instructions [in Chinese]. Chinese Science Bulletin 56: 2873-2880

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Deng, Tao; Wang, S.Q.; Xie, G.P., 2011. A mammalian fossil from the Dingqing Formation in the Lunpola Basin, northern Tibet, and its relevance to age and paleo-altimetry. Chinese Science Bulletin 56 (34): 2873-2880

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Deng, Tao, 2010. Linxia basin: an ancient paradise for Late Cenozoic rhinoceroses in North China. Palaeomammalogy (Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences) 24 (2): 103-106

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Deng, Tao; Qi, G.Q., 2009. Rhinocerotids (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Lufengpithecus site, Lufeng, Yunnan. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 47 (2): 135-152

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Deng, Tao, 2008. Comparison between woolly rhino forelimbs from Longdan, Northwestern China and Tologoi, Transbaikalian region. Quaternary International 179: 196-207, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-2

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