Two new sites, Antsingiavo A & B, have been discovered in the Narinda peninsula, situated in the North-West of Madagascar, Province of Mahajanga. Breccias contain microfauna associated with subfossil lemurs of an average size (Archaeolemur) and small (Microcebus). Until now, the subfossil microfauna of Madagascar was practically unknown. The sample from Antsingiavo offers information on past environments in the Narinda peninsula. The new discoveries contribute to an understanding of the diversity Archaeolemur, with different forms in the different areas of Madagascar.
Subfossils, « Antsingiavo », Madagascar, breccia, microfauna, primates