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Lorenzo ROOK

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The wide ranging genus Eucyon Tedford & Qiu, 1996 (Mammalia, Carnivora, Canidae, Canini) in the Mio-Pliocene of the Old World

ROOK L. 2009. — The wide ranging genus Eucyon Tedford & Qiu, 1996 (Mammalia, Carnivora, Canidae, Canini) in the Mio-Pliocene of the Old World, in PEIGNÉ S. & MERCERON G. (eds), Louis de Bonis: 50 years of paleontological research on mammals. Geodiversitas 31 (4): 723-741. https://doi.org/10.5252/g2009n4a723

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Pannonictis nestii (Galictinae, Mustelidae), a new element in the vertebrate association of the human site of Pirro Nord (Italy, Early Pleistocene)

COLOMBERO S., PAVIA M. & ROOK L. 2012. — Pannonictis nestii (Galictinae, Mustelidae), a new element in the vertebrate association of the human site of Pirro Nord (Italy, Early Pleistocene). Geodiversitas 34 (3): 665-681. https://doi.org/10.5252/g2012n3a11

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The end of the Lago-Mare time in the SE Valdelsa Basin (Central Italy): interference between local tectonism and regional sea-level rise

ABBAZZI L., BENVENUTI M., CECI M. E., ESU D., FARANDA C., ROOK L. & TANGOCCI F. 2008. — The end of the Lago-Mare time in the SE Valdelsa Basin (Central Italy): interference between local tectonism and regional sea-level rise. Geodiversitas 30 (3): 611-639.

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Agamid lizards from the Plio-Pleistocene of Sardinia (Italy) and an overview of the European fossil record of the family

DELFINO M., KOTSAKIS T., ARCA M., TUVERI C., PITRUZZELLA G. & ROOK L. 2008. — Agamid lizards from the Plio-Pleistocene of Sardinia (Italy) and an overview of the European fossil record of the family. Geodiversitas 30 (3): 641-656.

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Fossil sea turtles (Chelonii, Dermochelyidae and Cheloniidae) from the Miocene of Pietra Leccese (late Burdigalian-early Messinian), Southern Italy

CHESI F., DELFINO M., VAROLA A. & ROOK L. 2007. — Fossil sea turtles (Chelonii, Dermochelyidae and Cheloniidae) from the Miocene of Pietra Leccese (late Burdigalian-early Messinian), Southern Italy. Geodiversitas 29 (2): 321-333.

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