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(2008a): "Taphonomic analysis of leporid remains obtained from modern Iberian lynx (Lynxpardinus) scats", Journal of Archaeological Science, 35 (1), pp.
(2008b): "Taphonomic study of leporid remains accumulated by the Spanish Imperial Eagle (Aquila adalberti)", Geobios, 41, pp.
Historical perspectives of hunting and grazing offers a way to understand how the rabbit was used and can help aide in the conservation of this leporid in central Mexico.
Faunal samples.-To assess the utility of small herbivores as indicators of paleovegetation, collagen was extracted from prehistoric leporid bones collected from two archaeological sites.
The leporid carbon abundance for the remaining samples ranges from 16.04% to 49.56% while the nitrogen abundance ranges from 5.21% to 17.05%.
Although this tooth is very incomplete, its large size and compressed shape indicate a lagomorph, most likely a leporid. An ochotonid is tentatively ruled out because of the large size of this tooth, rather than for zoogeographic reasons (Mead 1987; Mead and Grady 1996), as there are two records of fossil pika from Ontario (Churcher and Dods 1979; Savage 1994).
Habitat characteristics of three leporid species in southeastern Arizona.
(1999): "Structural density assays of leporid skeletal elements with implications for taphonomic, actualistic and archaeological research", Journal of Archaeological Science, 26, pp.
These practices range from scavenging to the hunting and include the supply of small prey such as birds (Cygnus olor) or leporids (Oryctolagus cuniculus).
Pozo provided information on leporid holdings of the mammal collection of Centro de Investigaciones de Quintana Roo.
(1993): Taphonomy of the leporid bones from Hogrup Cave, Utah.
(2002): "Taphonomic and Methodological Perspectives of Leporid Hunting During the Upper Paleolithic of the Western Mediterranean Basin", Journal of Archaeological method and Theory, 9 (3), pp.
Latest Pleistocene and Holocene leporid faunas from Texas: their composition, distribution and climatic implications.