2 edition of Neogene vertebrates from the Gargano Peninsula, Italy found in the catalog.
Neogene vertebrates from the Gargano Peninsula, Italy
|Statement||[by] M. Freudenthal.|
|Series||Scripta geologica, no. 3, Scripta geologica ;, 3.|
|LC Classifications||QE841 .F68|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||74169779|
Pavia, M. & Göhlich, U.B. (): The fossil bird association of the Neogene of the Gargano (Apulia, SE Italy). - unpubl. abstracts of the 6th international meeting of the Society of Avian Palaeontology and Evolution, Sept. , Quillan, France. The Neogene (/ ˈ n iː. ə ˌ dʒ iː n, ˈ n iː. oʊ-/ NEE-ə-jeen, NEE-oh-) (informally Upper Tertiary or Late Tertiary) is a geologic period and system that spans million years from the end of the Paleogene Period million years ago to the beginning of the present Quaternary Period Mya. The Neogene is sub-divided into two epochs, the earlier Miocene and the later Pliocene.
Vertebrate - Vertebrate - Evolution and paleontology: The knowledge of vertebrates as revealed by fossils has grown rapidly during the past few decades, but there is much still to be discovered. The ancestral vertebrate (protovertebrate) has been sought for more than years, and the likelihood of finding it today is not much greater than in the past. Geologica It., ) and they can be separated in two different associations, one of the Neogene (MN ) (Freudenthal, , Neogene vertebrate from the Gargano Peninsula, Italy. Scripta Geologica, ) and the other one of the Early Pleistocene (De Giuli, Masini, Torre, , The latest Villafranchian faunas in Italy: the Pirro.
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Neogene Neogene vertebrates from the Gargano Peninsula from the Gargano Peninsula, Italy abstract. Title: Neogene vertebrates from the Gargano Peninsula, Italy: Published in: Scripta Geologica, 3, 1 - ISSN Author: Freudenthal, M. Date issuedCited by: 2 Freudenthal, Neogen vertebratee s from Gargano Script, Italy.
Geola. 3 () Introduction In a group of paleontologist Rijksmuseus fro van Geologimm th ee n e Mineralogie discovered a number of vertebrate bearing fossil localities on the Gargano Peninsula, prov. Foggia, Italy Thi discovers. y appeared to be important. Neogene vertebrates from the Gargano Peninsula, Italy.
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Scripta Geologica 3, 1– Miocene karst infillings of the Gargano Peninsula (southern Italy), and especially the intriguing ruminant.
The fossil vertebrates from the Gargano have been found in the extensive palaeokarst that affects the Mesozoic limestone in the area of the Apricena-Poggio Imperiale quarry district (Foggia, Apulia, Southern Italy), on the northwestern slope of the Gargano promontory ().Most of the fissures are filled by red soil deposits called “Terre Rosse” of late Neogene age (MN), following the.
FREUDENTHAL M. () – Neogene vertebrates from the Gargano Peninsula, Italy. Scripta Geologica, 3: VAN DEN HOEK OSTENDE L.W. () – A revised generic classification of the Galericini (Insectivora, Mammalia) with some remarks on their palaeobiogeography and phylogeny.
Geobios, SPECIES INTERRELATIONSHIPS AND EVOLUTION IN THE PLIOCENE ENDEMIC FAUNAS OF APRICENA (GARGANO PENINSULA - ITALY) by CLAUDIO DE GIULI * & DANILO TORRE * SUMMARY R.~SUMI~ Preliminary observations allow to advance hypothe- ses on evolutive strategies of three coexisting species of the murid Microtia in Pliocene fissure fillings of the Gargano Peninsula.
Artiodactyls point to a relationship with the Early Pliocene endemic fauna of the Gargano promontory, thus raising an intriguing problem of Late Neogene paleogeography. Key words Vertebrates (Reptilia and Mammalia) Miocene Central Italy.
Neogene vertebrates from the Gargano Peninsula, Italy. By M. Freudenthal. Abstract. Fissure-fillings in Mesozoic limestones in the Gargano Peninsula yield rich collections of fossil vertebrates, which are characterized by gigantism and aberrant morphology.
Their age is considered to be Vallesian or Turolian. Gargano (Italian pronunciation:) is a historical and geographical sub-region in the province of Foggia, Apulia, southeast Italy, consisting of a wide isolated mountain massif made of highland and several peaks and forming the backbone of the Gargano Promontory projecting into the Adriatic Sea, the "spur" on the Italian "boot".The high point is Monte Calvo at 1, m (3, ft).
Valleri, G.,New data on planktonic foraminifera biostratigraphy from the Neogene of the Gargano Peninsula (Foggia, southern Italy), Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 90. Reproducibility of central lumbar vertebral BMD.
Hemifacial spasm; The value of vertebral angiography. We studied women, aged 50 years and over in reference centers mean age Evolution of the vertebrate claudin gene family: We reviewed approximately lumbar spine examinations and selected the most illustrative cases including congenital anomalies, degenerative lesions, spinal infections.
Abstract. When the car ferry “Rethymnon” sails from Piraeus towards Crete one can already feel the strong endemic atmosphere of the island.
Rethymnon itself is a beautiful historical town on Crete in an area containing many Pleistocene fossil mammal localities. The Crocodylus remains from the late Neogene (5–6 Mya) of what is now southern Italy are the youngest European crocodylian.
Pliocene climatic worsening should have rendered Europe not warm enough for the long-term survival of crocodylians, although they could have probably temporarily survived if they had the chance to re-colonize the region. We here describe turtle remains from the late Miocene (Tortonian) of Cessaniti (Calabria, southern Italy), an area that recently has been palaeogeographically reconstructed as being, at that time of the Neogene, directly connected (or at least rather proximate) to northern Africa, instead of Europe.
The material pertains to three different turtle clades, i.e., pan-trionychids, pan-cheloniids. (A) Geographical setting of the present-day Peninsula of Gargano, part of mainland Southern Italy from the Early Pleistocene onwards but an. Giuli, C, and Torre, D. “Species interrelationships and evolution in the pliocene endemic faunas of apricena (Gargano Peninsula-Italy).” Geobios 17 (): Leinders, J., Hoplitomerycidae fam.
nov. (Ruminantia, Mammalia) from Neogene fissure fillings in Gargano (Italy). In the southwest they end at Reggio di Calabria, the coastal city at the tip of the peninsula. Since the Environment Ministry of Italy, following the recommendations of the Apennines Park of Europe Project, has been defining the Apennines System to include the mountains of north Sicily, for a total distance of 1, kilometres ( mi).
Purchase The Late Cenozoic of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, Volume 11 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNLuigi Ferranti, John S. Oldow, RATES OF LATE NEOGENE DEFORMATION ALONG THE SOUTHWESTERN MARGIN OF ADRIA, SOUTHERN APENNINES OROGEN, ITALY, The Adria Microplate: GPS Geodesy, Tectonics and Hazards, /, (), ().The Early Pleistocene fossil vertebrates of Pirro Nord were discovered in the early s (Freudenthal ) within the fillings of an extensive karstic network on the Gargano peninsula.
Since its dis-covery, this site has been subjected to extensive palaeontological investigation. The vertebrate as.