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1. Old World Ruminant Morphophysiology, Life History, and Fossil Record: Exploring Key Innovations of a Diversification Sequence

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2. Wetland paradise lost: Miocene community dynamics in large herbivorous mammals from the German Molasse Basin

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3. Family tragulidae: [chapter 16] /


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4. Systematics and palaeoecology of ruminantia (artiodactyla, mammalia) from the Miocene of Sandelzhausen (southern Germany, Northern Alpine Foreland Basin)


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5. Early Miocene ruminants of Wallenried (USM, Aquitanian/Switzerlan) : sedimentology, biostratigraphy and paleoecology


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6. Dietary resource partitioning in ruminant communities of Miocene wetland and karst palaeoenvironments in Southern Germany


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7. Wetland paradise lost: Miocene community dynamics in large herbivorous mammals from the German Molasse basin/


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8. Wetland paradise lost: Miocene community dynamics in large herbivorous mammals from the German Molasse Basin.


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9. Early Miocene ruminants of Wallenried (USM, Aquitanian/Switzerlan) : sedimentology, biostratigraphy and paleoecology


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10. New insights into tragulid phylogeny of Europe: Dorcatherium naui from the latest Middle Miocene of Austria


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