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Kostopoulos, D.S. et al., 2009. The Late Miocene mammal fauna of Samos, Greece – The mammalian fauna and its homogeneity. Abstr. book of 13th Congr. of the Reg. Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy (RCMNS) “Earth System Evolution and the Mediterranean Area", Acta Naturalia de “L’Ateneo Parmense”, Parma: 45 (1): 289-290
Hernández Fernández, M. et al., 2006. Los yacimientos de vertebrados del Mioceno medio de Somosaguas (Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid) – Implicaciones paleoambientales y paleoclimáticas. Estudios Geológicos, Madrid; 62 (1): 263-294
Cunningham-van Someren, G.T., 1986. The larger mammals of the Kora National Reserve, with notes on the Sciuridae and Bathyergidae. In: Coe, M. and Collins, N. M., (eds.) (1986) Kora: an ecological inventory of the Kora National Reserve, Kenya. Royal Geographical Society, London, pp. 287-302
Pincelli, M.A., 2013. Gli umanisti e il rinoceronte: passando per Durer. In: Israëls, M. (ed.), Renaissance Studies in Honor of Joseph Connors, Volume 2. Florence, pp. 445-452
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