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  • 4. Dawson, M. R., L. Marivaux, C.-k. Li, K. C. Beard, and G. Métais (2006) Laonastes and the "Lazarus effect" in Recent mammals. Science, 311:1456-1458.
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  • 6. McKenna, Malcolm C. and Susan K. Bell (1997) Classification of Mammals Above the Species Level. Columbia University Press, New York, 631 pp. ISBN 0-231-11013-8
  • 7. Mein, P. and L. Ginsburg (1997). Les mammifères du gisement miocène inférieur de Li Mae Long, Thaïlande : systématique, biostratigraphie et paléoenvironnement. Geodiversitas 19 (4) : 783-844.
  • 8. Marivaux, L., M. Vianey-Liaud, and J.-J. Jaeger (2004). High-level phylogeny of early Tertiary rodents: dental evidence. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 142:105-134.
  • 9. Huchon, Dorothée; Pascale Chevret; Ursula Jordan; C. William Kilpatrick; Vincent Ranwez; Paulina D. Jenkins; Jürgen Brosius and Jürgen Schmitz (2007): Multiple molecular evidences for a living mammalian fossil. PNAS 104(18): 7495-7499. doi:10.1073/pnas.0701289104 (HTML abstract)
  • Dawson, Mary R., Laurent Marivaux, Chuan-kui Li, K. Christopher Beard, and Grégoire Métais. 2006. Laonastes and the "Lazarus Effect" in Recent Mammals. Science, vol. 311, no. 5766. 1456-1458
  • Flynn, L. J. and M. E. Morgan. 2005. An Unusual Diatomyid Rodent from an Infrequently Sampled Late Miocene Interval in the Siwaliks of Pakistan, Palaeontologia Electronica Vol. 8, Issue 1; 17A:10p, [2]
  • Flynn, Lawrence J. (2007): Origin and evolution of the Diatomyidae, with clues to paleoecology from the fossil record. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 39(1): 173-181. doi:10.2992%2F0145-9058(2007)39%5B173%3AOAEOTD%5D2.0.CO%3B2 (HTML abstract)
  • Marivaux, L. & J.-L. Welcomme (2003). New diatomyid and baluchimyine rodents from the Oligocene of Pakistan (Bugti Hills, Balochistan): Systematic and paleobiogeographic implications. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23:420-434.
  • Marivaux, L. J. L. Welcomme, M. Vianey-Liaud, and J.J. Jaeger (2002). The role of Asia in the origin and diversification of hystricognathous rodents. Zoologica Scripta, 31:225-239.
  • Nanda, A.C. & A. Sahni (1998). Ctenodactyloid rodent assemblage from Kargil Formation, Ladakh molasses group: Age and paleobiogeographic implications for the Indian subcontinent in the Oligo-Miocene. Geobios 31:533-544.
  • Other references
  • P. Mein and L. Ginsburg. 1997. Les mammiferes du gisement miocene inferieure de Li Mae Long, Thailande; Systematique biostratigraphie et paleoenvironment. Geodiversitas 19(4):783-844
  • P. Mein and L. Ginsburg. 1997. Les mammiferes du gisement miocene inferieure de Li Mae Long, Thailande; Systematique biostratigraphie et paleoenvironment. Geodiversitas 19(4):783-844


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