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Biostratigraphy of amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals in Cosica and the role of man in the Holocene faunal turnover

Abstract : This paper presents the results of a study of seven late Pleistocene and Holocene faunal assemblages from Corsica. They greatly improve the number of chronostratigraphic data-sets available for amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals from this island. Compared with those from several other recent excavations, they corroborate an earlier interpretation: the colonization of the island by man had little impact on the herpetofauna (a few introductions and no extinctions), a slightly more important impact on birds (mainly favouring some species) and a very strong one on mammals (complete turnover of the fauna).
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Vigne J.-D., Salvador Bailon, Jacques Cuisin. Biostratigraphy of amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals in Cosica and the role of man in the Holocene faunal turnover. Anthropozoologica, Publications Scientifiques du Muséum, 1997, Proceedings of the 7th ICAZ International Meeting, Constance, September 1994, pp.587-604. ⟨mnhn-03262206⟩

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