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A pangolin from the French Quercy phosphorites
The origin of dinosaurs
The geologically youngest remains of an ornithocheirid pterosaur from the late Cenomanian (Late Cretaceous) of northeastern Mexico with implications on the paleogeography and extinction of Late Cretaceous ornithocheirids
Les traces de pas d'amphibiens, de dinosaures et autres reptiles du Mesozoïque Français
The skull of Tetraceratops
Mammals and stratigraphy : the Paleocene of Europe
Donald E. Russell, Jean-Louis Hartenberger, Charles Pomerol, Sevket Sen, Norbert Schmidt-Kittler and Monique Vianey-LiaudKeywords: Europe; Mammalia; Mammalian biochronology; Paleogene; Stratigraphy
Cite this article: Russell D. E., Hartenberger J.-L., Pomerol C., Sen S., Schmidt-Kittler N., Vianey-Liaud M., 1982. Mammals and stratigraphy : the Paleocene of Europe. Palaeovertebrata 12 (ext): 1-77.
The mammalian faunas of the Paleogene of Europe and their localities are reviewed with comments on problems of European stratigraphy (epoch, stage and substage limits) and on the possibilities of faunal migrations. Radiometric dating is discussed. A stratigraphic scale for the Paleogene is presented, as well as a refined system of sequential faunal levels.
Published in Vol. 12, Ext (1982)