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Werneburg et al. New Permian Caseid from France
Hypoplasia: CT-scan or naked eye?
Small sauropod tracks, Southern France
Dortokid turtle from Late Cretaceous of Cruzy
Eocene otoliths (Clinchfield Formation), Georgia
Eocene (56) , Quercy phosphorites (37) , systematics (31) , Rodents (29) , Mammalia (26)
Un giraffidae dans le pliocène de Montpellier ?
Claude GuérinKeywords: Artiodactyla; France; Giraffidae; Mammalia; Montpellier; Ruscinian
An upper girafﬁd premolar without any indication about its origin is preserved at the Montpellier University among numerous fossils from the ruscinian formation of Montpellier. It can be related to Samotherium, of the Upper Miocene in Eastern Europe, North Africa and Asia, or more probably to Bramatherium or Hydaspitherium of the Pliocene of South East Asia. The sedimentological study of the matrix shows a calcareous background, which may indicate that this tooth does not come from the Montpellier formation.
Published in Vol. 16, Fasc. 3 (1986)
Les sélaciens du Miocène de la région de Montpellier
Henri CappettaKeywords: Ichtyofauna; Miocene; Montpellier
The utilization of screen-washing and attack by dilute acetic acid has permitted the collecting, in the Miocene of the department of Hérault (France), of a very rich ichthyofauna. This fauna is presently comprised of about 60 studied species, of which 11 are new, and represents, in the present state of knowledge, the most varied Miocene selachian fauna described in the world.
Published in Vol. 3, Ext (1970)