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Article Reference New contribution to the study of genus Aegosoma Audinet-Serville, 1832 in Vietnam with description of a new species from the central part (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Prioninae)
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2022
Inbook Reference Hemiptera: Fulgoridae, Lanternflies, Sakondry
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2022 OA
Article Reference A new Oligocene site with terrestrial mammals and a selachian fauna from Minqar Tibaghbagh, the Western Desert of Egypt
A new fossil site at Minqar Tibaghbagh, east of Siwa, in the Egyptian Western Desert is described. This represents the first place in Egypt outside the Fayum Depression yielding Paleogene, terrestrial mammals. Initial studies indicate the presence of palaeomastodonts, hyracoids, and anthracotheres, presumably early Oligocene in age. As only surface prospecting has been performed, more taxa will almost certainly be discovered in future investigations here and probably also elsewhere in the surroundings. A comparison is made with the most important contemporaneous sites in Libya and Egypt that yield terrestrial mammal remains. The selachian fauna from a higher level in the section confirms the Paleogene age of the subjacent strata. It is compared with selachians faunas from the early Oligocene Eastern Tethys Ocean at other places (the Fayum Depression in Egypt, and sites in Oman and Pakistan), and differs from these sites in being fully marine. Contrary to earlier studies, the open marine mudstones of the Daba’a Formation at Minqar Tibaghbagh are overlain by Paleogene marine sediments of most probably early Oligocene age and not early Miocene marine sediments as previously reported. These strata represent not only a new site with great potential for future finds, but also allows for biostratigraphic correlation.
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2017
Article Reference Data Needs for Hyperspectral Detection of Algal Diversity Across the Globe
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2020
Webpublished Reference Collecting information and identification of Oscarella from Cabo Frio, Brazil (Porifera, Homoscleromorpha, Oscarellidae)
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Article Reference Description d'une nouvelle espèce du genre Remphan Waterhouse, 1836 de l'île de Simeulue (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Prioninae)
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Article Reference Newly discovered crocodile mummies of variable quality from an undisturbed tomb at Qubbat al-Hawā (Aswan, Egypt)
A description is provided of the crocodile remains that were found during an excavation carried out in 2019 at Qubbat al-Hawā (Aswan, Egypt). The material consists of five more or less complete bodies and five heads that were in varying states of preservation and completeness. The absence of resin, which was apparently not used during the preparation of the mummies, and the almost complete loss of linen bandages, due to insect damage, allowed a detailed morphological and osteometric description of the remains. Attention was focused on the general state of preservation of the crocodiles, the completeness of their skeletons and skulls, the presence of cut or other marks that could indicate the cause of death, and the processing of the carcasses. Moreover, the possible provenance of the crocodiles, the methods of capture and killing of the animals and their possible chronological attribution are discussed. It is concluded that the manner in which these specimens were prepared, as well as the variation observed in the type of ‘final product’, are unlike any other crocodile material described so far. The preparation method suggests a pre-Ptolemaic date for the deposit. The morphological and metrical features indicate that both Crocodylus niloticus and the recently resurrected species Crocodylus suchus are present among these individuals that range from 1.8 to 3.5 m in length.
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2023
Inproceedings Reference Characterization, procurement and transformation of iron-rich raw material during Early Neolithic in Northwestern Europe
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2022
Inproceedings Reference De la terre au métal : les approvisionnements d’un atelier du travail du cuivre et de ses alliages à Bruxelles au début du XVe siècle.
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Inproceedings Reference Red, grey and green marbles in the Civitates Tungrorum and Nerviorum: local and regional resources versus Mediterranean supplies.
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2022