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1. The Middle Miocene insectivores from Samsonhaza 3 (Hungary, Nograd County): Biostratigraphical and palaeoenvironmental notes near to the Middle Miocene Cooling


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2. First record of Karydomys (Rodentia, Mammalia) from the German part of the North Alpine Foreland Basin


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3. Primitive Anourosoricini and Allosoricinae from the Miocene of Germany


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4. Kleinsäuger-Biostratigraphie und Paläoökologie des höheren Mittelmiozäns (MN 8) Bayerns


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5. The Miocene small mammals from Münchsmünster (North Alpine Foreland Basin, Bavaria)


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6. The Miocene insectivores and marsupial from Affalterbach (North Alpine Foreland Basin, Germany)


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7. Note on the morphological variability of Keramidomys thaleri (Eomyidae, Mammalia) from Puttenhausen (North Alpine Foreland Basin, Germany)


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8. The rare cricetid rodent Karydomys Theocharopoulos, 2000 in the fissure filling Petersbuch 6 (Middle Miocene, Germany)


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9. Comments on the morphologic and metric variability in the cricetid rodent Deperetomys hagni (Fahlbusch, 1964) from the Middle Miocene of South Germany


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10. Hystrix record from Taşkinpaşa (Upper Miocene, Central Anatolia)


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