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Early samotherium and early oioceros from an uppermost vindobonian fossiliferous pocket at mordaq near maragheh in northwest iran

, : Early samotherium and early oioceros from an uppermost vindobonian fossiliferous pocket at mordaq near maragheh in northwest iran. Mitteilungen der Bayerischen Staatssammlung fuer Palaeontologie und Historische Geologie (16): 41-52

S. mongoliense nowruzi (a palaeotragine giraffid), found together with remains of an antelope, Oioceros rothii (Wagner, 1860) in a small pocket of red brown volcanic tuff along an irrigation channel near the village of Mordaq (= Murdi), about 20 km E of Maragheh in E Azerbaidjan, Iran, is described. The probable age of the deposit, in which absolutely no remains whatever of Hipparion were found, must be somewhat older than that of a tuffaceous rock in its vicinity, occurring at a slightly higher level and having a K-Ar age of 12.9 .+-. 0.7 million yr.


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