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Nut of Juglans bergomensis (Balsamo Crivelli) Massalongo in the Miocene of North America

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Taxodioxylon-like charcoal from the Late Miocene of western Bulgaria

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New hyaenodonts (Ferae, Mammalia) from the Early Miocene of Napak (Uganda), Koru (Kenya) and Grillental (Namibia)

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New Middle Miocene Bryozoa from Gârbova de Sus (Romania) and their relationship to the sedimentary environment

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An Early Miocene biserial foraminiferal event in the Transylvanian Basin (Romania)

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Miocene vegetation pattern and climate change in the northwestern Central Paratethys domain (Czech and Slovak Republic)

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Upper Miocene Pannonian sediments from Belgrade (Serbia): new evidence and paleoenvironmental considerations

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Rhinocerotidae from the Upper Miocene deposits of the Western Pannonian Basin (Hungary): implications for migration routes and biogeography

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Miocene carpological floras of the Konin region (Central Poland)

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Beavers of the Genus Trogontherium (Castoridae, Rodentia)From the Late Miocene of Ukraine

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