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References Agadjanian, A. K. (1977): Quartäre Kleinsäuger aus Russischen Ebene. – Quartär, 27/28: 111–145. Agadzhanyan, A. K. (1992): Etapy razvitiya melkikh mlekopitayushchikh pleystotsena Russkoy ravniny [Developmental stages of small mammals in the Pleistocene of the central Russian Plain]. – In: Stratigraphy and Paleogeography of the Quaternary Period of Eastern Europe. Institute Geografii Rossiyskoy Akademii Nauk, Moskva, pp. 37–49. (in Russian) Agadzhanyan, A. K. (2003): Small mammals from the Middle Pliocene of the Russian Plain. – Stratigraphy. Geological

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References Aguilar , J.P., J. Crochet, K. Krivic, B. Marandat, J. Michaux, A. Mihevc, B. Sige and S. Šebela. 1998 . Pleistocene small mammals from some karstic fillings of Slovenia – preliminary results. Acta Carsol. 27 : 141 –150. Andrews, P. 1990. Owls, caves and fossils. Natural History Museum Publications, London. Armitage , P.L. 1994 . Unwelcome companions: ancient rats reviewed. Antiquity 68 : 231 –240. Audoin-Rouzeau , F. and J.-D. Vigne. 1994 . La colonisation de l'Europe par le rat noir ( Rattus rattus ). Rev. Paléobiol. 13 : 125 –145. Bartolomei

bones rest in their sticky tomb, bones of animals that lived long ago, the ancient populations of the southern plains now covered by the habitats of man where cars spin by upon an asphalt boulevard. 69 P L E I S T O C E N E C E M E T E R Y The asphalt pits at Rancho La Brea, now on Wilshire Boulevard in the city of Los Angeles, are a cemetery of Pleistocene life. These pits are formed by springs of petroleum mixed with gas which bubbles to the surface from deep in the rocks. The fluid spreads out around the vents to form small ponds of tar where animals

region of Argentina… the oldest oryzomyines are limited to a presumed Ensenadan record of Nectomys ( Reig 1987 )…”. Both records of Nectomys referred to Middle Pleistocene deposits, the Tarijan and the Pampean, apparently have the same original source in the unpublished dissertation of Reig (1972) . In fact, Reig (1972 : 100–108) revised the taxonomy of Nectomys , described in full the record from Buenos Aires province and also added a brief minute about a collection of fossil cricetids from Tarija where he reported Nectomys squamipes ( Reig 1972 : 379

Society of London, 77: 238–250. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1096-3642.1907.tb01813.x Beauval, C., Michel, P. Tastet, J. P. (1998): L’Eléphant antique de Soulac (Gironde, France). – Quaternaire, 9(2): 91–100. https://doi.org/10.3406/quate.1998.1592 Becker-Platen, J. D., Sickenberg, O. (1968): Die unterpleistozänen Kiese von Eskisehir (Anatolien) und ihre Säugetierfauna. – Mitteilungen aus dem Geologischen Institut der Technischen Universität Hannover, 8: 7–20. Belluomini, G., Delitala, L. (1983): Datazione di resti ossei e denti del Pleistocene superiore e dell

processes. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Canada 216, 1-208. Dawson, M. R. & Bryant, I. D., 1987. Three-dimensional facies geometry in Pleistocene outwash sediments, Worcestershire, U. K. [In:] Ethridge, F. G. (Ed.), Recent developments in fluvial sedimentology. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication 39, 191-196. Doktor, M. & Gradziński, R., 1985. Alluvial depositional environment of coal-bearing "Mudstone Series", Upper Carboniferous, Upper Silesian Coal Basin. Studia Geologica Polonica 82, 1-67. (in Polish, with English

Pleistocene timescales: Published datasets and case studies from Atapuerca, Spain. Quaternary International 389, 167–190. Badura, J. & Przybylski, B., 2004. Evolution of the Late Neogene and Eopleistocene fluvial system in the fore land of the Sudetes Mountains, SW Poland. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae 74, 43–61. Bateman, R.M. & Catt, J.A., 2007. Provenance and palaeoenvironmental interpretation of superficial deposits, with particular reference to post-depositional modification of heavy mineral assemblages. In: Developments in Sedimentology 58, 151

–471. Bollinger, T., Engesser, B., Weidmann, M. (1993): Première découverte de mammifères pliocènes dans le Jura Neuchâtelois. – Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae, 86: 1031–1068. Cai, B., Qiu, Z. (1993): Murid rodents from the Late Pliocene of Yangquan and Yuxian, Hebei. – Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 31: 267–293. Colombero, S., Pavia, G., Carnevale, G. (2014): Messinian rodents from Moncucco Torinese, NW Italy: palaeobiodiversity and biochronology. – Geodiversitas, 36: 421–475. https://doi.org/10.5252/g2014n3a4470 de Bruijn, H., van der Meulen, A. J. (1975): The early Pleistocene

, possibly as a result of deforestation and general human population pressure (Hatt 1959 ). The aim of the present work is to investigate the distribution history of Eurasian beavers in the southernmost areas of its Palaearctic distribution with particular attention to Late Pleistocene and Holocene Italy, up to its regional extinction. As also observed by De Grossi Mazzorin (2016 ), the remains of this species in Italy are key to understand the dynamics that led to its extinction in an important part of the southernmost area of its distribution. Materials and methods The