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Werneburg et al. New Permian Caseid from France
Hypoplasia: CT-scan or naked eye?
Eocene otoliths (Clinchfield Formation), Georgia
New elephant cranium from early Pliocene Ileret, Kenya
Small sauropod tracks, Southern France
Palaeovertebrata Vol. 01, Fasc. 4:July 1968
Les Paramyidae (Rodentia) de l'Eocène inférieur du bassin de Paris.Ailuraviinae; Eocene; Paramyinae; Rodents
The exploitation of new early Eocene localities in the Paris Basin has resulted in the collecting of numerous mammalian remains, among which are about 300 isolated teeth representing the rodents. They belong, for the most part, to the paramyid group. Only the latest level of the early Eocene has yielded rodents belonging to the pseudosciurid group. The paramyids, the object of this study, are represented by at least 5 genera and 10 species; they are distributed among 4 clearly dilferentiated subfamilies : Paramyinae Simpson 1945, Pseudoparamyinae Michaux 1964, Ailuraviínae n. subf., Microparamyinae Wood1962.