Mammal community structure of Sundanese fossil assemblages from the Late Pleistocene, and a discussion on the ecological effects of the Toba eruption
The mammal community structure of four Sundanese fossil sites from the Late Pleistocene are examined and compared to those of modern communities. Three sites from Indonesia: Punung, Sibrambang and Lida Ajer show a community structure more similar to each
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