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Bartolini-Lucenti, S.; Cirilli, O.; Pandolfi, L.; Bernor, R.L.; Bukhsianidze, M.; Carotenuto, F.; Lordkipanidze, D.; Tsikaridze, N.; Rook, L. 2022 Zoogeographic significance of Dmanisi large mammal assemblage. Journal of Humann Evolution 163 (103125): [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2021.103125]
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Abstract - We undertake a comparative mammalian zoogeographic analysis with the aim of revealing the extent to which the Dmanisi Early Pleistocene large mammal assemblage resembles, at the genus level, African, Arabian, and Eurasian localities of similar age. The inclusion of Old World Pliocene a...
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File AvailablePandolfi, L.; Sendra, J.; Reolid, M.; Rook, L. 2022 New Pliocene Rhinocerotidae findings from the Iberian Peninsula and the revision of the Spanish Pliocene records. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 2022: 1-12 - https://doi.org/10.1007/s12542-022-00607-9
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Abstract - A fragmentary mandible from the early Pliocene of the Vera Basin is here investigated to clarify its taxonomic position. The studied specimen is here assigned to Pliorhinus megarhinus documented in Europe from the latest Miocene to the mid-Pliocene. The morphometrical comparison reveal...
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File AvailableHanda, N.; Izuho, M.; Takahashi, K.; Iizuka, F.; Tsogtbaatar, B.; Gunchinsuren, B.; Odosuren, D.; Ishitseren, L. 2022 The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) from Ondorkhaan, eastern Mongolia. Boreas 51 (3): 584-605, 10 figs, 1 tab [https://doi.org/10.1111/bor.12582. ISSN 0300-9483]
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File AvailableSanisidro, O.; Cantalapiedra, J.L. 2022 The Rhinocerotidae fossil record in the Iberian Peninsula. Historical Biology 2022: [10.1080/08912963.2022.2051502]
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The family Rhinocerotidae, also referred to as ‘true rhinoceroses’, is one of the multiple perissodactyl lineages that have independently evolved large body sizes, lophodonty (fully developed crests between dental cusps), a simplified anterior dentition, and the molarization of the premolars....
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File AvailableUzunidis, A.; Antoine, P.-O.; Brugal, J.-Ph. 2022 A Middle Pleistocene Coelodonta antiquitatis praecursor Guérin (1980) (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Les Rameaux, SW France, and a revised phylogeny of Coelodonta Bronn, 1831. Quaternary Science Reviews 288 (107594): 1-16, 9 figs, 4 tabs - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2022.107594
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File AvailableStefanelli, D.; Mecozzi, B.; Marino, M.; Sardella, R.; Breda, M. 2022 Not only teeth: the postcranial remains of Stephanorhinus hundsheimensis from the Middle Pleistocene site of Contrada Monticelli (Bari, southern Italy). Paleodays 2022 (volume riassunti) - XXII Edizione delle Giornate di Paleontologia, 8-10 giugno 2022, Asti (Italia), p. 116
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Sun, Boyang; Yan, Yaling; Jin, Changzhu; Dai, Xichao; Wang, Yuan 2022 New material of Stephanorhinus (Rhinocerotidae, Mammalia) from Jinyuan Cave, Luotuo Hill in Dalian, Northeast China. Historical Biology 2022: [https://doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2022.2130793]
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Abstract - Middle Pleistocene rhinocerotid material from the upper strata of Jinyuan Cave, Luotuo Hill, Dalian, is described in the present study. The specimens mainly consist of maxillary and mandible with dentition of juvenile and aged individuals, respectively. Based on comparison between the ...
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Gatta, M.; Fiorillo, A.; Salari, L.; Achino, K.F.; Rolfo, M.F..; Alessandri, L. 2022 The faunal assemblage from La Sassa cave (Latium, Italy): Environmental perspective of a Late Pleistocene cave hyena – Brown bear den. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 46 (2022) 103691: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2022.103691
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Details: on p.6, table 3, faunal remains, "Rhinocerotidae" are cited.
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File AvailablePandolfi, L.; Marra, A.C.; Carone, G.; Maiorino, L.; Rook, L. 2021 A new rhinocerotid (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) from the latest Miocene of Southern Italy. Historical Biology 33 (2): 194-208
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A new species of Rhinocerotidae (Perissodactyla), ‘Ceratotherium’ advenientis sp. nov., from the late Miocene (8.1–7.2 Ma) locality of Cava Gentile, Calabria (Southern Italy), is described. ‘Ceratotherium’ advenientis displays morphological characters close to Rhinocerotina, in particul...
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File AvailableRomano, M.; Mecozzi, B.; Sardella, R. 2021 The quaternary paleontological research in the Campagna Romana (Central Italy) at the 19th-20th century transition - Historical overview. Alpine and Mediterranean Quaternary 34 (1): 1-21, 15 figs - https://doi.org/10.26382/AMQ.2021.06
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Details: on p. 12-fig 14 a rhinoceros tooth found at Ponte Molle (Rome) - presently Ponte Milvio - kept in the Alessandro Portis collection at the MUST, University of Rome is figured.
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