Arvicola


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Arvicola

see vole.
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Toringian faunas can be divided into two groups: an older one with Arvicola terrestris cantiana co-occurs with so-called relict species (such as Talpa minor, Trogontherium cuvieri) and a younger group with Arvicola terrestris ssp.
Since the early Saalian, thinning of the convex sides of the dentine triangles has resulted in changes in the relative thickness of the enamel band of the Arvicola molars.
respectively 362,000-423,000 and 478,000-524,000 years BP)), in the form of the finds from Karlich G, the primary-context Miesenheim I site and the Mauer mandible, all associated with Arvicola terrestris cantiana faunas.
Independent of their correlations to the deep-sea record, the earliest sites from both central and northwest Europe fall in the Arvicola terrestris cantiana range.
More important is that the Soleilhac fauna (with Arvicola, Elephas (P.
By our reading of the evidence, there is a difference between the European 'archaeological' record from before the Arvicola terrestris cantiana time-range (for convenience' sake here: from about 500,000 years ago) and the later one (cf.
The recently discovered tibia from Boxgrove, a site with one of the earliest Arvicola terrestris cantiana faunas, of course fits very well in our scenario too (Roberts et al.
From the long period before the Arvicola terrestris cantiana range we do not have a single (uncontested
Prevalence of Echinococcus multilocularis in Arvicola terrestris and Microtus arvalis captured in spring 1993 and 1998 No.