Acta Palaeontologica Polonica

Insectivores, bats and rodents from the Early Pleistocene bone breccia of Podlesice near Kroczyce (Poland)

Kazimierz Kowalski

Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 01 (4), 1956: 331-393

The writer gives a description of Insectivora, Chiroptera and Rodentia yielded by the bone breccia discovered by him at Podlesice near Kroczyce, in the district of Olkusz, Poland. The breccia is referred to the Günz-Mindel Interglacial. Out of the 21 forms collected there, the following have been identified as new: Sorex alpinoides n. sp., Sorex dehneli n. sp., Myotis podlesicensis n. sp., Myotis danutae n. sp., Myotis dasycneme subtilis n. subsp., Glis sackdillingensis minor n.
subsp., Baranomys langenhani Heller is shown to be synonymous with Baranomys lóczyi Kormos.

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