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Rookmaaker, L.C. 2017 The zoological contributions of Andrew Smith (1797–1872) with an annotated bibliography and a numerical analysis of newly described animal species. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 72 (2): 105-173 - http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0035919X.2016.1230078
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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African Rhino Species
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File AvailableSzabó, P.; Kocsis, L.; Vennemann, T.; Pandolfi, L.; Kovács, J.; Martinetto, E.; Demény, A. 2017 Pliocene–Early Pleistocene climatic trends in the Italian Peninsula based on stable oxygen and carbon isotope compositions of rhinoceros and gomphothere tooth enamel. Quaternary Science Reviews 157: 52-65
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Europe - Southern Europe - Italy
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File AvailablePandolfi, L.; Erten, H. 2017 Stephanorhinus hundsheimensis (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) from the late early Pleistocene deposits of the Denizli Basin (Anatolia, Turkey). Geobios 50 (1): 65-73
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Europe
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File AvailableSumanarathna, A.R.; Katupotha, J.; Abeywardhana, K. 2017 Extinction of quaternary mammalian habitats of megafauna in Sabaragamu Basin, Sri Lanka. Journal of Eco Astronomy 1 (1): 16-31
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Asia - South Asia - Sri Lanka
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Sumanarathna, A.R. ; Katupotha, J.; Abeywardhana, K.; Madurapperuma, B. 2017 Extinction of quaternary mammalian habitats of megafauna in Sabaragamu Basin, Sri Lanka. Journal of Eco Astronomy 2017: 1-16
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Asia - South Asia - Sri Lanka
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File AvailableMarra, F.; Ceruleo, P. ; Pandolfi, L.; Petronio, C.; Rolfo, M.F.; Salari, L. 2017 The aggradational successions of the Aniene River Valley in Rome: Age constraints to Early Neanderthal presence in Europe. PlosOne 12(1): (e0170434): 1-25
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Europe
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We revise the chronostratigraphy of several sedimentary successions cropping out along a 5 km-long tract of the Aniene River Valley in Rome (Italy), which yielded six hominin remains previously attributed to proto- or archaic Neanderthal individuals, as well as a large number of lithic artefacts ...
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File AvailablePandolfi, L.; Carnevale, G.; Costeur, L.; Del Favero, L.; Fornasiero, M.; Ghezzo, E.; Maiorino, L.; Mietto, P.; Piras, P.; Rook, L.; Sansalone, G., Kotsakis, T. 2017 Reassessing the earliest Oligocene vertebrate assemblage of Monteviale (Vicenza, Italy). Journal of Systematic Paleontology 15 (2): 83-127
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Europe
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The faunal assemblage of Monteviale (Vicenza, northern Italy) represents a rare condition among the earliest Oligocene assemblages of south-eastern Europe at the ‘Grande-Coupure’. The lignitic fossiliferous strata lie above explosive basaltic breccias produced by a volcanic complex raised within ...
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2017 Andrew Smith. Newsletter of the Society for the History of Natural History no.111 (January): 14
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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African Rhino Species
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File AvailableGippoliti, S.; Cotterill, F.P.D; Zinner, D.; Groves, C.P. 2017 Impacts of taxonomic inertia for the conservation of African ungulate diversity: an overview. Biological Reviews 2017: DOI: 10.1111/brv.12335
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Africa
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African Rhino Species
We review the state of African ungulate taxonomy over the last 120 years, with an emphasis on the introduction of the polytypic species concept and the discipline's general neglect since the middle of the 20th century. We single out negative consequences of ‘orthodox’ taxonomy, highlighting n...
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File AvailableMoodley, Y. 2017 The divergent evolutionary histories of the black and white rhinoceros. Proceedings of the Plant and Animal Genome Conference XXV (San Diego) Abstract W424: 1
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Africa
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African Rhino Species
Despite being among the most critically endangered mammals in the world, the evolutionary histories of the black (Diceros bicornis) and white (Ceratotherium simum) rhinoceros are largely unknown. This is all the more surprising when one considers that their conservation management is heavily depe...
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