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From: Western European middle Eocene to early Oligocene Chiroptera: systematics, phylogeny and palaeoecology based on new material from the Quercy (France)

Fig. 28

Summary of Chiroptera diversity from the middle Eocene to the lower Oligocene in western Europe (Vespertilionidae, Molossidae, Palaeochiropterygidae, and Emballonuridae). Symbols: when a species has subspecies, these are distinguished by the grey circles for the oldest, then black and white circles for the most recent; white squares indicate indeterminate subspecies. For the deposit of Ravet, which has two loci, the initial of each locus is provided: D for Ravet-déblai, L for Ravet-Lupo; reference level MP 25 has several localities of the same age as Le Garouillas, studied by Sigé (1990, 1995) and for which the initials are provided when the species is also found there (B Belgarric, P Pécofi, R Rigal-Jouet, Ph Phalip, P3 La Plante 3, Gg La Garrigue, E L’Escoufle)

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