Small Mammals (Rodentia, Lagomorpha, Carnivora) of the Southern Trans-Urals in the Atlantic Period of the Holocene View Full Text


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2021-12-17

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E. A. Kuzmina, A. I. Ulitko

ABSTRACT

Studies of 5800 samples of bone and tooth fossils of rodents, lagomorphs, and carnivores collected from loose deposits of Chernyshevskaya-III Cave (52°38′ N, 58°53′ E; Kizil district, Chelyabinsk oblast, Russia) have allowed for the composition and structure of small mammal communities that inhabited the Southern Trans-Urals in the final stage of the Atlantic period (5210 ± 90 years BP, Ki-15500) of the Holocene to be described. The communities included 30 taxa belonging to three orders: Carnivora, Lagomorpha, and Rodentia, with six, two, and 22 species, respectively. The narrow-skulled vole (49%) dominated in the species structure of herbivorous small mammal communities. Codominants were the steppe lemming and the common vole (about 11% each). Steppe (19%) and meadow (18%) groups of species were widespread at that time. Forest and riverside species were also present (about 4% in each group). The existence of the zonal steppe type of small mammal communities with significant participation of mesophilic (mainly meadow) elements is reconstructed for the Southern Trans-Urals for that time. The data obtained reveal humid conditions in the study area during the final stage of the Atlantic phase of the Holocene period. More... »

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1146-1150

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