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Fossil vertebrate assemblage at Las Aguilas
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Pronycticebus neglectus - an almost complete adapid primate specimen from the Geiseltal (GDR)Adapiformes; Eocene; Paleoecology; Phylogeny; Pronycticebus neglectus
Cite this article: Thalmann U., Haubold H., Martin R. D., 1989. Pronycticebus neglectus - an almost complete adapid primate specimen from the Geiseltal (GDR). Palaeovertebrata 19 (3): 115-130.
In the course of the current revision of adapid primates from the Eocene Geiseltal, an almost complete specimen was found in the Geiseltal Museum collections. The fossil, the most complete adapid specimen so far discovered in Europe, has been determined as Pronycticebus neglectus n. sp.
Published in Vol. 19, Fasc. 3 (1989)