Проведены исследования биохимических показателей сыворотки крови представителей /Amphibia, Mammalia/ и /Aves/ в условиях окислительного...
Passerine birds from two late Pliocene localities, Shaamar in northern Mongolia and Beregovaya in
Transbaikalia (East Russia), represent the first known Neogene fossil assemblages of perching birds from
Asia. A total of 11 families and 15 taxa are...
A new relatively large duck, Chenoanas deserta gen. et sp. nov. from the Middle Miocene of the Sharga locality, which is morphologically intermediate between the extant genera Chenonetta and Tachyeres, is described. The diversity of Early and...
A new genus and two new species of ducks (Aves: Anatidae) from the Middle Miocene Sharga
locality are described. Mioquerquedula minutissima gen. et sp. nov. is a very small duck. Anas velox Milne
Edwards, 1868 from the Middle Miocene of France is...
A new heron species, Ardea sytchevskayae sp. nov., from the Middle Miocene Sharga locality is
described. The new species is represented by an almost complete coracoid and a few partial coracoids, partial
scapula, and caprometacarpus. A....
A partial synsacrum of a primitive bird from the Zenge Kurgan 3 locality in the Kyzyl Kum Desert
(Uzbekistan) is described. The vertebrate fauna from this locality is similar to that of the Bissekty Formation
of the Dzharakuduk locality (Central...
Получен таксономический состав птиц из средне-
миоценового местонахождения Шарга (самого богатого по числу таксонов
In recent decades numerous findings, mostly from the Early Cretaceous of China, have changed traditional conceptions
about the diversity and evolution of the most ancient Aves. Findings of Mesozoic birds in Russia are extremely rare. Here
The Ostantsevaya Cave (Sakhalin Island, Russian Far East) yielded rich and
diverse vertebrate fauna of Late Glacial through Holocene time. The bone assemblage is
dominated by remains of brown bear and hare, reindeer and snow sheep. The fauna for...
First Late Pleistocene bird remains from the Sakhalin Island are described.