File AvailableLi, S.; Jiangzuo, Q.; Deng, T. 2022 Body mass of the giant rhinos (Paraceratheriinae, Mammalia) and its tendency in evolution. Historical Biology: 10.1080/08912963.2022.2095908
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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 2022: 22 pp., 10 figs, 1 tab [https://doi.org/10.1111/bor.12582. ISSN 0300-9483]
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Zanazzi, A.; Fletcher, A.; Peretto, C.; Thun Hohenstein, U. 2022 Middle Pleistocene paleoclimate and paleoenvironment of central Italy and their relationship with hominin migrations and evolution. Quaternary International: 18 pp., 7 figs, 2 tabs
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Europe - Southern Europe - Italy
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Abstract - To investigate the paleoclimate and paleoenvironment of central Italy during the Middle Pleistocene, we analyzed the carbon and oxygen stable isotope composition of the carbonate component of sequential enamel samples from twenty-four rhinoceros (Stephanorhinus spp.) teeth.
The samp...
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File AvailablePawlowska, K. 2022 MIS 3–1 fauna from Krosinko: Implications for the past biogeography, chronology and palaeoenvironments of Poland. Quaternary International 2022: 1-15
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Europe - Estern Europe - Poland
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File AvailableSmith, K.S.; Czaplewski, N.J.; Coombs, M.C. 2022 Ungulates of the middle Miocene Monarch Mill formation, Churchill County, Nevada, USA. Acta Paleontologica Polonica 67 (1) : 239-256, 9 figures, 3 tables [https://doi.org/10.4202/app. 00907.2021]
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America - North America
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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 AvailableZhang, Xiao-Xiao; Sun, Dan-Hui 2022 A cuboid bone of of a large late Miocene elasmothere from Qingyang, Gansu and its morphological significance. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 60 (1): 29-41, 7 figures https://doi:10.19615/j.cnki.2096-9899.210809
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Asia - East Asia - China
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File AvailableKampouridis, P.; Svorligkou, G. ; Kargopoulos, N.; Augustin, F.J. 2022 Reassessment of ‘Chilotherium wegneri’ (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) from the late Miocene of Samos (Greece) and the European record of Chilotherium. Historical Biology 34 (3): 412-420, DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2021.1920939
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Europe - Southern Europe - Greece
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File AvailableLeshchinskiy, S.V. ; Burkanova, E.M. 2022 The Volchia Griva mineral oasis as unique locus for research of the mammoth fauna and the late Pleistocene environment in Northern Eurasia. Quaternary Research (2022): 1-26, 16 figs, 5 tabs - https://doi.org/10.1017/ qua.2022.8
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Details - Although the paper is essentially about mammoth fauna, there is interesting information about woolly rhinoceros as well.
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File AvailableKirillova, I.V.; Borisova, O.K.; Chernova, O.F.; Haynes, G.; Narina, N.V.; Panin, A.V.; Zanina, O.G.; Zazovskaya, E.P.; Zhuralev, A.Y.; Zvyagin, V.N. 2022 Nonpyrogenic charring of late Pleistocene large mammal remains in northeastern Russia. Boreas 51 (2) April : 481-495, 8 figs., 2 tabs., with supplemental material, https://doi.10.1111/bor.12569
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File AvailableAntoine, P; Reyes, M.C; Amano, N; Bautista, A.P; Chang, C; Claude, J; de Vos, J; Ingicco, T 2022 A new rhinoceros clade from the Pleistocene of Asia sheds light on mammal dispersals to the Philippines. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 194 (2): 416-430 - https://doi.org/10.1093/zoolinnean/zlab009
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File AvailableFaggi, A.; Pandolfi, L. 2022 Evaluating sexual dimorphism in postcranial elements of eurasian extinct Stephanorhinus etruscus (Falconer, 1868) (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae). Geosciences 12 (4): 1-14 - https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences12040164
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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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File AvailableMikhailovich, E.V.; Ilyasovich, G.I. 2022 Remains of Pleistocene mammals in the southwestern regions of Tartarstan, Russia. A.F. Treshnikov Readings in Modern Geology and Paleontology Investigations Materials of the 11th All-Russian Scientific Practice Conference 14-15 April: 260-261, 1 table, 3 figures, doi:10.33065/978-5-907216-88-4-2022-260-261
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File AvailableGeel, B. van 2022 Botanische informatie over het dieet en de leefomgeving van Pleistocene grote grazers. Cranium 39 (1) Summer: 47-51, 2 figures, 1 table
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Europe - Estern Europe - Russia
Ecology - Food
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File AvailableZhao, K.; Jiang, K.; Wang, Y.; Tong, H.; Zhang, Y.; Ge, J.; Zhou, X.; Jin, C.; Li, X. 2022 New radiocarbon evidence on the woolly mammoth and rhinoceros in China. Acta Anthropologica Sinica 41 (3) Jun: 551-562, 5 figures, 2 tables, doi:10.16359/j.1000-3193/AAS.2021.0039
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Asia - East Asia - China
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File AvailableKampouridis, P.; Hartung, J.; Ferreira, G.S.; Boehme, M. 2022 Reappraisal of the late Miocene elasmotheriine Parelasmotherium schansiense from Kutschwan (Shanxi Province, China) and its phylogenetic relationships. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 2022: 1-7 - https://doi.org/10.1080/02724634.2021.2080556
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Chitoglou, K. 2022 Contribution to the study of the Early Pleistocene rhinos from Greece. Master Thesis presented to Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, pp. 1-107
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Europe - Southern Europe - Greece
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File AvailableHullot, M.; Antoine, P.O.; Spassov, N.; Koufos, G.D; Merceron, G. 2022 Late Miocene rhinocerotids from the Balkan-Iranian province: ecological insights from dental microwear textures and enamel hypoplasia. Historical Biology 2022: 10.1080/08912963.2022.2095910
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Europe - Southern Europe
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File AvailableStimpson, C.M.; Jukar, A.M.; Bonea, A.; Newell, S.; Howlett, E. 2022 A ‘large and valuable’ Siwalik fossil collection in the archives of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. Historical Biology 2022: 1-14 - https://doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2022.2070017
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Asia - South Asia - India
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File AvailableDaxner-Hoeck, G.; Cernansky, A.; Flynn, L.J.; Wessels, W. 2022 Fossil vertebrates from the late Miocene of Builstyn Khudag (Valley of Lakes, Central Mongolia). Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien. Serie A für Mineralogie und Petrographie, Geologie und Paläontologie, Anthropologie und Prähistorie 123: 81-136
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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 AvailableRey-Iglesia, A.; Lister, A,M.; Stuart, A.J.; Bocherens, H.; Szpak, P.; Willerslev, E.; Lorenzen, E.D. 2021 Late Pleistocene palaeoecology and phylogeography of woolly rhinoceroses. Quaternary Science Reviews 263 (106993): 1-13 - doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.01.08.425884
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File AvailableLu, X.; Deng, T.; Ji, X. 2021 Postcranial bones of Acerorhinus yuanmouensis from the Late Miocene of the Yuanmou Basin, China, and body reconstruction. Chinese Science Bulletin 66 (12): 1516-1526 - https://doi.org/10.1360/TB-2020-0743
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File AvailableYans, J.; Verhaert, M.; Gautheron, C.; Antoine, P.O.; Moussi, B.; Dekoninck, A.; Decree, S.; Chaftar, H.R.; Hatira, N.; Dupuis, C.; Pinna-Jamme, R.; Jamoussi, F. 2021 (U-Th)/He Dating of Supergene Iron (Oxyhydr-)Oxides of the Nefza-Sejnane District (Tunisia): New Insights into Mineralization and Mammalian Biostratigraphy. Minerals 11, 260: 1-19
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File AvailableGomez-Olivencia, A.; Arlegi, M.; Arceredillo, D.; Delson, E.; Sanchis, A.; Nunez-Lahuerta, C.; Fernandez-Garcia, M.; Villalba de Alvarado, M.; Galan, J.; Made, J. van der; and others 2021 The Koskobilo (Olazti, Navarre, Northern Iberian Peninsula) paleontological collection: New insights for the Middle and Late Pleistocene in Western Pyrenees. Quaternary International 2021: 1-28 - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.06.005
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File AvailableStefaniak, K.; Stachowicz-Rybka, R.; Borowka, R.K.; Hrynowiecka, A.; Sobczyk, A.; Moskal, M.; Kotowski, A.; Nowakowski, D.; Billia, E.M.E.; Made, J. van der; and others 2021 Browsers, grazers or mix-feeders? Study of the diet of extinct Pleistocene Eurasian forest rhinoceros Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (Jager, 1839) and woolly rhinoceros Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799). Quaternary International 605: 192-212 - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.08.039
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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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File AvailableKirillova, I.V.; Vershinina, A.O.; Zazovskaya, E.P.; Zanina, O.G.; Katler, S.; Kosintsev, P.A.; Lapteva, E.G.; Chernova, O.F. ; Shapiro, B. 2021 K voprosu o vremini i srede obitanya Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (Jäger, 1839) (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) na Altae i Severo-Vostoke Rossii [On the question of time and environment of Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis Jäger 1839 (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) on Altai and northeastern Russia] [in Russian, English abstract]. Zoologichesky Zhurnal 100 (5): 558-572, 5 figs, 6 tabs [doi:10.31857/S0044513421050068]
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File AvailableLobachev, Y.V.; Shpansky, A.V.; Bondarev, A.A.; Lobachev, A.Y.; Vasiliev, S.K.; Klementev, A.M.; Grebnev, I.E.; Silaev, V.I. 2021 New findings of Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis in Siberia. Palaeontologia Electronica 24 (1) - a14: 1-42, 31 figs, 17 tabs
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File AvailableLiesowska, A.; Sukhova, V. 2021 Teenage woolly rhino could have been hunted by predators into water where it drowned. Siberian Times 26 Jan: 1-12, 12 plates
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File AvailableSchellhorn, R.; Schloesser, M. 2021 A partial distal forelimb of a woolly rhino (Coelodonta antiquitatis) from Wadersloh (Westphalia, Germany) and insights from bone compactness. Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen 2021: 1-21
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Europe - Western Europe - Germany
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File AvailableCarbot-Chanona, G. 2021 Teleoceras y cf. Peraceras (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae) en el Mioceno Tardío de Chiapas, Mexico. Lum 2 (1): 18-29
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America - North America
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File AvailableSmith, H.E. ; Price, G.J.; Duval, M.; Westaway, K.; Zaim, J.; Rizal, Y.; Aswan; Puspaningrum, M.R.; Trihascaryo, A.; Stewart, M.; Louys, J. 2021 Taxonomy, taphonomy and chronology of the Pleistocene faunal assemblage at Ngalau Gupin cave, Sumatra. Quaternary International 2021: 24 pp., 14 figs [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2021.05.005]
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Asia - South East Asia - Indonesia - Sumatra
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File AvailablePandolfi, L.; Bartolini-Lucenti, S.; Cirilli, O.; Bukhsianidze, M.; Lordkipanidze, D.; Rook, L. 2021 Paleoecology, biochronology, and paleobiogeography of Eurasian Rhinocerotidae during the Early Pleistocene: The contribution of the fossil material from Dmanisi (Georgia, Southern Caucasus). Journal of Human Evolution 156 (103013): 13 pp., 10 figs [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2021.103013]
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Asia - West Asia
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Abstract - Rhinocerotidae represents a common element in the Eurasian Pleistocene faunas. Origin, dispersal route, and biochronology of several species are still poorly understood due to gaps in the fossil record, in particular from central Eurasia. A remarkable collection of rhinoceros remains w...
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File AvailableRey-Iglesia, A.; Lister, A.M.; Stuart, A.J.; Bocherens, H.; Szpak, P.; Willerslev, E.; Lorenzen, E.D. 2021 Late Pleistocene paleoecology and phylogeography of woolly rhinoceroses. Quaternary Science Reviews 263: [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2021.106993]
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World
Ecology
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Abstract - The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) was a cold-adapted herbivore, widely distributed from western Europe to north-east Siberia during the Late Pleistocene. Previous studies have associated the extinction of the species ?14,000 calendar years before present to climatic and v...
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File AvailableBellucci, L.; Palombo, M.R.; DeMiguel, D.; Strani, F.; Alberdi, M.T. 2021 New taxonomical, biochronological and palaeoenvironmental data from the Middle Pleistocene site of Cúllar de Baza 1 (Granada, Spain). Quaternary Science Reviews 261: 16 pp., 10 figs [10.1016/j.quascirev.2021.106932]
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Abstract - The intra-montane Guadix-Baza Basin is one of the few continental basins in Europe that hosts a well-dated set of fossiliferous sites spanning from the latest Miocene to the late Middle Pleistocene. The Cúllar de Baza 1 (CB-1) represents a key site to investigate the effects of the Ea...
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File AvailableMecozzi, B.; Bellucci, L.; Giustini, F.; Iannucci A.; Iurino, D.A.; Mazzini, I.; Strani, F.; Sardella, R. 2021 A reappraisal of the Pleistocene mammals from the karst infilling deposits of the Maglie area (Lecce, Apulia, Southern Italy). Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Milano; 127 (2): 355-382, 10 figs, 6 tabs [doi: 10.13130/2039-4942/15776]
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File AvailableDeng, T.; Lu, X.; Wang, S.; Flynn, L.J.; Sun, D.; He, W.; Chen, S. 2021 An Oligocene giant rhino provides insights into Paraceratherium evolution. Communications Biology 4, Article number: 639: 1-10 - https://doi.org/10.1038/s42003-021-02170-6
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As one of the largest land mammals, the origin and evolution of the giant rhino Paraceratherium bugtiense in Pakistan have been unclear. We report a new species Paraceratherium linxiaense sp. nov. from northwestern China with an age of 26.5?Ma. Morphology and phylogeny reveal that P. linxiaense i...
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File AvailablePuzachenko, A.YU.; Levchenko, V.A.; Bertuch, F.; Zazovskaya, E.P.; Kirillova, I.V. 2021 Late Pleistocene chronology and environment of woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799)) in Beringia. Quaternary Science Reviews 263 (106994): 1-19 - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2021.106994
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Europe
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File AvailableTissier, J.; Antoine, P.-O.; Becker, D. 2021 New species, revision, and phylogeny of Ronzotherium Aymard, 1854 (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae). European Journal of Taxonomy 753: 1-80, 28 figs, 1 tab [https://doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2021.753.1389]
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File AvailableDominici, S.; Bellucci, L.; Cioppi, E.; Fantoni, L.; Moggi Cecchi, V. 2021 Geology in the inventories of the Museum of Natural History of Florence. Museologia Scientifica - Memorie 2021: pp. 46-55, 9 figs, ISBN 978-88-908819-5-4
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A Stephanorhinus etruscus (Falconer) partial skeleton preserved in the Florence museum collections is showing in fig. 9, p. 54.
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File AvailablePandolfi, L.; Calvo, R.; Grossman, A.; Rabinovich, R. 2021 Rhinocerotidae from the early Miocene of the Negev (Israel) and implications for the dispersal of early Neogene rhinoceroses. Journal of Paleontology 2021: 1-12 - doi: 10.1017/jpa.2021.64
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Asia - West Asia
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File AvailableDong, Wei; Bai, Wei-Ping; Zhang, Li-min 2021 The first description of Rhinocerotidae (Perissodactyla, Mammalia) from Xinyaozi Ravine in Shanxi, North China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 59 (4): 273-294, 9 figures, DOI: 10.19615/j.cnki.2096-9899.210715
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Asia - East Asia - China
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File AvailableSchellhorn, R. 2021 Stiffening in the carpus of Prosantorhinus germanicus (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae) from Sandelzhausen (Germany). PalZ (Paläontologische Zeitschrift) 95: 531-536 - https://doi.org/10.1007/s12542-021-00574-7
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Prosantorhinus germanicus is a small, short-legged, teleoceratine rhino from the Miocene of Sandelzhausen (Bavaria, Germany). P. germanicus shows a high variation in some of its carpal bones. A unique modification of the articulation of Intermedium and Carpale 4 is described here. Special emphasi...
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File AvailableSaarinen, J.; Oksanen, O.; Zliobaite, I.; Fortelius, M.; DeMiguel, D.; Azanza, B.; Bocherens, H.; Luzón, C.; Solano-García, J. ; Yravedra, J.; and many Others 2021 Pliocene to Middle Pleistocene climate history in the Guadix-Baza Basin, and the environmental conditions of early Homo dispersal in Europe. Quaternary Science Reviews 268 (2021), 107132: 18 pp., 6 figs, 2 tabs [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2021.107132]
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Europe - Southern Europe
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Some data on rhinos are also present in the text.
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File AvailableHullot, M.; Laurent, Y.; Merceron, G.; Antoine, P.O. 2021 Paleoecology of the Rhinocerotidae (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Béon 1, Montréal-du-Gers (late early Miocene, SW France): Insights from dental microwear texture analysis, mesowear, and enamel hypoplasia. Palaeontologia Electronica 24 (2): a27: 1-26 - https://doi.org/10.26879/1163
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Europe
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File AvailableMecozzi, B.; Iannucci, A.; Mancini, M.; Sardella, R. 2021 Redefining Ponte Molle (Rome, Central Italy): an important locality for Middle Pleistocene mammal assemblages of Europe. Alpine and Mediterranean Quaternary 34 (1): 1-24, 12 figs
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Europe - Southern Europe - Italy
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File AvailablePlotnikov, V.V.; Mashchenko, E.N. 2021 New data on the range boundaries of the woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis Blumenbach, 1799) in the late Pleistocene. Arctic and Subarctic Natural Resources 25 (3): 40-48 - https://doi.org/10.31242/2618-9712-2020-25-3-4
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A skull of a woolly rhinoceros (C. antiquitatis) is described, which was found in 2018 on the bank of the Kozhevena river in the North of the island of Kotelny (the New Siberian Islands archipelago) during the expedition of the Department of mammoth fauna research of the Academy of Sciences of th...
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File AvailableKonopka, B. 2021 Palaeontologists reconstructing skeleton of rare prehistoric rhino reveal it was saved ‘by a whisker’ after builders wanted to throw it away. The First News, October 5, 2021: 9 figs, Warsaw
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The article speaks about the 120,000 year-old almost fully preserved skeleton of Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (Jäger) called “Stefania” found by the builders working on the S3 motorway near Gorzów Wielkopolski (in W-Poland) in May 2016. The article ‘ll be posted as soon as possible.
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File AvailablePuzachenko, A.Y.U.; Titov, V.V.; Kosintsev, P.A. 2021 Evolution of the European regional large mammals assemblages in the end of the Middle Pleistocene – The first half of the Late Pleistocene (MIS 6–MIS 4). Quaternary International 605-606: 155-191, 17 figs, 3 tabs [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.08.038]
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Details - Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach), Stephanorhinus hemitoechus (Falconer), and Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (Jäger) are considered in the text.
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Giaourtsakis, I.X. 2021 The fossil record of rhinocerotids (Mammalia: Perissodactyla: Rhinocerotidae) in Greece. (In: Fossil Vertebrates of Greece, vol. 2: Laurasiatherians, Artiodactyles, Perissodactyles, Carnivorans, and Island Endemics, [doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-68442-6_14]
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The rhinocerotids (Mammalia: Rhinocerotidae) represent a herbivorous perissodactyl family that includes the extant rhinoceroses and their phylogenetically related extinct species. The family appears in the fossil record during the Eocene, and today comprises five extant species, two of which surv...
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Nowakowski, D.; Kotowski, A.; Stefaniak, K. 2021 Analiza histologiczna tkanki kostnej Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis z Gorzowa Wlkp. na tle wybranych przedstawicieli nosorozców wspólczesnych oraz kopalnychh [Histological analysis of bone tissue of Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis from Gorzów Wlkp. against the background of selected representatives of modern and fossil rhinoceros] [in Polish].. Conference "Interglacjal eemski i zlodowacenie Wisly na obszarze Polski w swietle interdyscyplinarnych badan paleosrodowiskowych” 4-5 listopada 2021 r
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File AvailableDanukalova, G.; Fiebig, M.; Pieruccini, P. 2021 The Quaternary of Europe and adjacent areas: stratigraphical perspectives and tools for correlations – SEQS-2019. Quaternary International 605-606: 1-4 [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2021.09.002]
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File AvailableLiesowska, A.; Skarbo, S. 2021 Teenage woolly rhino still fed on mother's milk when it died in Pleistocene era. Siberian Times 19 Nov 2021: 1-10, 22 plates, 2 figures
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Puzachenko, A.YU.; Markova, A.K.; Pawlowska, K. 2021 Evolution of Central European regional mammal assemblages between the late Middle Pleistocene and the Holocene (MIS7–MIS1). Quaternary International: [doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2021.11.009]
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Abstract - The evolution of species composition and species richness from the end of the Middle Pleistocene to the Middle Holocene (ca 200–5 ka, MIS7–MIS1) studied in two Central European bioregional mammal assemblages include 176 chrono-species. The study is based on the list of 745 palaeont...
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File AvailableIannucci, A.; Mecozzi, B.; Sardella, R. 2021 Large mammals from the Middle Pleistocene (MIS 11) site of Fontignano 2 (Rome, central Italy), with an overview of "San Cosimato" assemblages. Alpine and Mediterranean Quaternary 34 (1): 10 pp., 4 figs [doi:10.26382/AMQ.2021.07]
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details: Stephanorhinus sp., fig. 4.
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File AvailableGarcía-Vázquez, A.; Vaqueiro-Rodríguez, M.; Guitián-Fernández, E.; Grandal-D’anglade, A. 2021 Morphological, isotopic and proteomic study of the Pleistocene and Holocene fauna of Cova dos Santos (Abadín, Lugo, NW Spain). Spanish Journal of Palaeontology 36 (2): 1-27, 18 figs, 5 tabs. [https://doi.org/10.7203/sjp.36.2.21870]
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Cova dos Santos is a karstic cavity in Abadín (Lugo), in a hitherto unexplored area that may have been the natural route between the well-known Quaternary faunas of the Cantabrian Mountain Range and those located further south in Galicia, such as in the Serra do Courel. The surface surveys carri...
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File AvailablePandolfi, L.; Antoine, P-O.; Bukhsianidze, M.; Lordkipanidze, D.; Rook, L. 2021 Northern Eurasian rhinocerotines (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) by the Pliocene–Pleistocene transition: phylogeny and historical biogeography. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology: [doi:10.1080/14772019.2021.1995907]
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Abstract - Pliocene and earliest Pleistocene Northern Eurasian rhinocerotines are poorly documented and understudied in comparison to Pleistocene and Miocene ones. However, they represent a keygroup of species for understanding the phylogeny and historical biogeography of their Pleistocene relati...
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File AvailableTitov, S.V.; Baigusheva, V.S.; Uchytel, R.S. 2021 The experience in reconstructing of the head of Elasmotherium (Rhinocerotidae). Russian Journal of Theriology, Moskva 20 (2): 173-182
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File AvailableMazza, P.P.A.; Stefaniak, K.; Capalbo, C.; Cyrek, K.; Czyzewski, L.; Kotowski, A.; Orlowska, J.; Marciszak, A.; Ratajczak-Skrzatek, U.; Savorelli, A.; Sudol-Procyk, M. 2021 Taphonomic analysis of the MIS 4–3 (Late Pleistocene) faunal assemblage of Bisnik Cave, Southern Poland: signs of a human-generated depot of naturally shed cervid antlers?. Quaternary International: 20 figs, 4 tabs [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2021.10.008]
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File AvailableKirillova I.V., ; Vershinina, A.O.; Zazovskaya, E.P.; Zanina, O.G.; Cutler, S.; Kosintsev, P.A.; Lapteva, E.G; Chernova, O.F.; Shapiro, B. 2021 On time and environment of Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis Jäger 1839 (Mammalia, Rhinoceratidae) in Altai and Northeastern Russia. Biology Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences 48 (9): 1674-1687, 5 figs, 6 tabs [https://doi.org/10.1134/S1062359021090077]
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Abstract - The remains of the extinct Merck’s rhinoceros (Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis Jäger 1839), well studied in Western Europe, are rare in Russia. However, thanks to the work of a number of researchers, the geography of the finds and the reconstructed range of the species have been signi...
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Miroslaw-Grabowska, J.; Borówska, R.K.; Radzikowska, M.; Slawinska, J.; Hrynowiecka, A.; Sobczyk, A.; Stachowicz-Rybka, R.; Stefaniak, K. 2021 Environmental changes recorded in the sequence of lake-peat bogs in the Eemian Interglacial and Vistulian on the basis of multi-proxy data. Quaternary International: 9 figs, 3 tabs [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2021.11.023]
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Miroslaw-Grabowska, J.; Borówska, R.K.; Radzikowska, M.; Slawinska, J.; Hrynowiecka, A.; Sobczyk, A.; Stachowicz-Rybka, R.; Stefaniak, K. 2021 Environmental changes recorded in the sequence of lake-peat bogs in the Eemian Interglacial and Vistulian on the basis of multi-proxy data. Quaternary International: 9 figs, 3 tabs [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2021.11.023]
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This paper is directly related with three other articles available on the RRC library: Kotowski & al., 2017; Nowakowski & al. 2021; Stefaniak & al. 2021 concerning the Gorzów Wielkopolski site where an almost complete skeleton of Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis was found.

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File AvailableDiedrich, C.G. 2021 Unicorn 'holotype' skeleton from the Late Pleistocene spotted hyena den site Sewecken-Berge (Germany). Acta Zoologica 2021: 1-70
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File AvailableDiedrich, C.G. 2021 Thick skin cutters of Siberian frozen mummies—The coevolutionary adaptation of Eurasian Ice Age spotted hyenas. Acta Zoologica 2021: 1-22 - DOI: 10.1111/azo.12366
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Siberian extinct top predators—Ice Age spotted hyenas—are discovered in the permafrost of Yakutia in?between frozen mammoth, rhinoceros, bison or horse carcasses, such as in Mongolia at new open?air sites. Historic described European holotypes and new crania from Siberia, Mongolia, and Europe...
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File AvailableKolfschoten, T. van; Hesse, A. 2021 The woolly rhinoceros from Seweckenberge near Quedlinburg (Germany). In: S. Gaudzinski-Windheuser, Jöris, O., The Beef behind all Possible Pasts. The Tandem-Festschrift in Honour of Elaine Turner and Martin Street Monographien des RGZM 157: 39-48 - DOI: 10.11588/propylaeum.868.c11306
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Giaourtsakis, I.X. 2021 The fossil record of rhinocerotids (Mammalia: Perissodactyla: Rhinocerotidae) in Greece. In: Fossil Vertebrates of Greece, vol. 2: Laurasiatherians, Artiodactyles, Perissodactyles, Carnivorans, and Island Endemics): pp. 409-500 - doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-68442-6_14
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Abstract - The rhinocerotids (Mammalia: Rhinocerotidae) represent a herbivorous perissodactyl family that includes the extant rhinoceroses and their phylogenetically related extinct species. The family appears in the fossil record during the Eocene, and today comprises five extant species, two of...
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File AvailableChlachula, J.; Cheprasov, M.Y.; Novgorodov, G.P.; Obada, Th.F.; Little, E. 2021 The MIS 3–2 environments of the middle Kolyma Basin: implications for the Ice Age peopling of northeast Arctic Siberia. Boreas 50 (2): 556-581, 12 figs, 3 tabs [doi: 10.1111/bor.12504]
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File AvailablePandolfi, L. 2021 Understanding the variability of early Pleistocene Stephanorhinus (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae): Implications for taxonomy and palaeobiogeography. Proceeding of INQUA SEQS 2021 conference Poland Quaternary Stratigraphy – palaeoenvironment and humans in Eurasia, pp. 84-85
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File AvailableFabbi, S.; Romano, M. ; Strani, F.; Sardella, R.; Bellucci, L. 2021 The Pleistocene vertebrate fauna of the Oricola-Carsoli intermontane Basin (Latium-Abruzzi, Italy): state of the art and historical review. Bollettino della Società Paleontologica Italiana, Modena 60 (3): 255-268, 12 figs [https://www.paleoitalia.it/bollettino-spi/bspi-vol-603/]
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The Stephanorhinus sp. remains are showing in the paper-fig. 8.

Abstract - A review of the abundant vertebrate fauna found in the Quaternary deposits of the Oricola-Carsoli intermontane Basin is here presented, with a brief excursus on the history of the research in this area and some bioc...
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File AvailableZhaoyu Li; Yongxiang Li; Yunxiang Zhang; Kun Xie; Zhichao Li; Yu Chen 2021 New material of Aprotodon lanzhouensis (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae) from the Early Miocene in Northwest China. Geological Journal 56 (9): 4779-4787
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Aprotodon is an extinct genus of the family Rhinocerotidae with a peculiar morphology that is mainly embodied in the wide mandibular symphysis and a pair of prominent second low incisors. The genus once lived on the vast grasslands of Asia, from Pakistan, and Kazakhstan to China, during the Late ...
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File AvailableSun, D.; Deng, T.; Jiangzuo, Q. 2021 The most primitive Elasmotherium (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae) from the Late Miocene of northern China. Historical Biology 34 (2): 201-211
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The origin of Elasmotherium has been a puzzle for many years. Herein, we report the earliest representative of Elasmotherium, based on a Late Miocene skull from Dingbian County in Shaanxi, northwestern China. The skull bears a unique mosaic of primitive and derived features different from all hit...
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File AvailableBoev, Z. 2021 Coelodonta antiquitatis in the Pleistocene of Bulgaria (Perissodactyla: Rhinocerotidae). Lynx n.s. (Praha) 52 : 55-62, 1 figure, 1 table [https://doi:10.37520/lynx.2021.004]
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File AvailablePuzachenko, A.Y.; Kirillova, I.V.; Shidlovsky, F.K.; Levchenko, V.A. 2021 Variability and morphological features of Woolly rhinoceros skulls (Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach 1799)) from northeastern Asia in the late Pleistocene. Biology Bulletin 48 Supplement 1: 185-191, 4 figures, 3 tables - https://doi.org/10.1134/S1062359021140144
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File AvailableDaschek, E.J 2021 Rhinoceros exploitation at Érd (Hungary). What a place for the megaherbivores in the Neanderthal diet in Hungary?. Acta Archaeologica Carpathica 56: 13-66 - DOI 10.4467/00015229AAC.21.002.15343
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File AvailableTissier, J.; Geiger-Schütz, P.; Flueckiger, P.F.; Becker, D. 2021 Neue Erkenntnisse über die Nashorn-Funde von Rickenbach (SO) (Oberes Oligozän, Kanton Solothurn, Schweiz) aus der Sammlung des Naturmuseums Olten. Mitteilungen des Naturforschende Gesellschaft des Kantons Solothurn 44: 25-50
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File AvailableFilippova, M.P.; Maximov, P.D.; Abramova, V.R.; Gogoleva, I.V.; Neustroeva, K.I. 2021 The mammoth's mysterious companion- the (Coelodonta) materials of the republican ecological and paleontological camp for school children"TUSK" years 1997-2013. Laplage em Revista (International) 7 (2) May-Aug: 298-317, 28 figs, 1 table, https://doi.org/10.24115/52446-6220202172736p.298-317
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File AvailableLaptenok, V.V.; Klementiev, A.M. 2021 The ancient Kurtak's rhino (Krasnoyarsk reservoir). In: Proc. Paleontology, Stratigraphy and Paleography of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic in Boreal regions, Novosibirsk 19-21 April, On-line Scientific sessions : 291-298, 2 tables, 2 images
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File AvailableGarcia-Fernandez, D. 2021 Descripcion y estimacion de la edad individual de restes de Coelodonta antiquitatis Blumenbach 1799. Butlleti Centre d'Estudios de la Natura Barcelona-Nord 32: 161-174, 8 figures, 4 tables
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File AvailableTynyshtykovich, B.M. 2021 Review of paleontological finds in the quaternary period on the territory of western Kazakhstan. In: World science problems, prospects and innovations Abstracts of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference, Toronto, Canada 24-26 Mar 2021: 50-55
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Brezina, J; Alba, D.M.; Ivanov, M; Hanacek, M; Lujan, A.H 2021 A middle Miocene vertebrate assemblage from the Czech part of the Vienna Basin: Implications for the paleoenvironments of the Central Paratethys. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 575 (110473): 1-17 - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2021.110473
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File AvailableMalikov, D.G. 2021 About the findings of the remains of a woolly baby rhino (Coelodonta antiquitatis Blumenbach 1799) in Gorny Altai (Brief Report). Bulletin AB RGS (Izvestiya AO RGO) 3 (62) V.S. Sobolev Institute of Geologie and Mineralogie, SB, RAS, Novosibirisk: 20-27, 3 figures, doi:10.24412/2410-1192-2021-16202
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File AvailableShpansky, A.V. 2021 Key section of the Karginsk deposits in the middle reach of the Chulym River (Tomsk Region). Geospheric Research 2 : 67-76, 5 figures, 1 table, doi:10.17223/25421379/19/6
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File AvailableHanda, N.; Tsubamoto, T. 2021 Reappraisal of a supposed chalicotheriid perissodactyl femur from the Pliocene of Yenangyoung, central Myanmar. Journal of Fossil Research 54 (1): 11-14
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File AvailableGeraads, D.; Zouhri, S. 2021 A new late Miocene elasmotheriine rhinoceros from Morocco. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 66 (4): 753-765 - doi:https://doi.org/10.4202/app.00904.2021
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We describe here the first definite representative of the subfamily Elasmotheriinae in North Africa. It comes from theupper Miocene site of Skoura near Ouarzazate, on the southern slope of the Central High Atlas in Morocco. It consistsof a virtually complete skull with articulated mandible and a ...
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File AvailableVasiliev, S.K. 2021 Large mammals of the Early, Middle and Late Pleistocene in the Novosibirsk Ob Region. Problems of Archaeology, Ethnography, Anthropology of Siberia and Neighboring Territories 27: 66-73 - DOI: 10.17746/2658-6193.2021.27.0066-0073
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File AvailableMalikov, D.G. 2021 Krasnoturansk - new location of Mammot fauna of the first half of Late Pleistocene in Minusinsk Depression. Russian Journal 2021: 1-25
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File AvailableBecker, D.; Tissier, J. 2020 Rhinocerotidae from the early middle Miocene locality Gracanica (Bugojno Basin, Bosnia-Herzegovina). Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 100 (2): 395-412
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Details: Brachypotherium brachypus, Lartetotherium sansaniense, Plesiaceratherium balkanicum sp. nov. and Hispanotherium cf. matritense.
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File AvailableAnonymous 2020 Vedci vytvorili embryo v prírode vyhynutého nosorožca. Do náhradnej matky ho chcú vložit' ešte tento rok [Scientists have created an embryo in an extinct rhinoceros. They want to put it in the surrogate mother this year]. Interez, Ceská tisková kancelár 15 January 2020
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The Slovak text has kindly been provided by the Slovak palaeontologist Júlia Zervanová.
English abstract - Italian scientists of the Avantea Laboratory team directed by Cesare Galli have created an embryo in an extinct rhinoceros.
They want to put it in the surrogate mother (identified in...
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File AvailablePandolfi, L.; Rivals, F.; Rabinovich, R. 2020 A new species of rhinoceros from the site of Bethlehem: 'Dihoplus' bethlehemsis sp. nov. (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae). Quaternary International 537: 48-60 - doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2020.01.011
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The Plio-Pleistocene fossil rhinoceroses of Eurasia are relatively well known, although their taxonomy and phylogeny are still debated. The fossil rhinoceros material collected at the Bethlehem site during the first half of the 20th century is revised and re-described. Based on morpho...
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File AvailableEtienne, C.; Mallet, C.; Cornette, R.; Houssaye, A. 2020 Influence of mass on tarsus shape variation: a morphometrical investigation among Rhinocerotidae (Mammalia: Perissodactyla). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129 (4): 950–974 - https://doi.org/10.1093/biolinnean/blaa005
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File AvailableShchelchkova, M.; Davydov, S.; Fyodorov-Davydov, D.; Davydova, A.; Boeskorov, G. 2020 The characteristics of a relic steppe of Northeast Asia: refuges of the Pleistocene Mammoth steppe (an example from the Lower Kolyma area). The 5th International Conference “Ecosystem dynamics in the Holocene”, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science 438: 1-16, 6 figs, 1 tab [doi:10.1088/1755-1315/438/1/012025]
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Details: Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blum.) is cited in the text.
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File AvailableIurino, D.A.; Conti, J.; Mecozzi, B.; Sardella, R. 2020 Braincase with natural endocast of a juvenile Rhinocerotinae from the Late Middle Pleistocene site of Melpignano (Apulia, Southern Italy). Frontiers in Earth Science 8: 14 pp, 8 figs, 1 tab [doi:10.3389/feart.2020.00094]
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Cranial remains of juvenile fossil rhinoceroses are rarely described in literature and very few is known about the ontogenetic development of their inner anatomy. In this study, we report the first CT based description of a juvenile braincase and its natural brain endocast of a late Middle Pleist...
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File AvailableKosintsev, P.A.; Zykov, S.V.; Tiunov, M.P.; Shpansky, A.V.; Gasilin, V.V.; Gimranov, D.O.; Devyashin, M.M. 2020 The first finding of Merck’s rhinoceros (Mammalia, Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae, Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis Jäger, 1839) remains in the Russian Far East. Doklady Biological Sciences 491: 47-49 [https://doi.org/10.1134/S0012496620010032]
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Details: Enamel macro- and microstructure has been studied in the teeth of Merck’s rhinoceros (Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis Jäger, 1839), woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis Blumenbach, 1799), and rhinoceroses from the Tetyukhinskaya (44°35' N - 135°36' E) and Sukhaya (43°09...
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File AvailableBoeskorov, G.G. 2020 Survival of indicator species of the mammoth fauna large mammals in the Holocene of Yakutia (East Siberia, Russia). The 5th Intern. Conf. “Ecosystem Dynamics in the Holocene”, Series: Earth and Environmental Science 438: 7 pp., 1 fig, 2 tabs [doi:10.1088/1755-1315/438/1/012004]
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Details: C. antiquitatis (Blum.) is listed on p. 4.
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File AvailableChen, Xi; Wu, Suming; Wang, Ping; Wang, Xuanbo; Chao, Jianhong 2020 A report on the Late Pleistocene vertebrate fossils from the Zhangshan locality, Suqian, Jiangsu Province. Acta Anthropologica Sinica 39 (2): 319-331, 4 figs, 1 tab [doi:10.16359/j.cnki.cn11-1963/q.2018.0021]
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Details: Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (Jäger).
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