ESTRUCTURA INTERNA DE UNA PALEOCUEVA, POSIBLEMENTE DE UN DASYPODIDAE (MAMMALIA, EDENTATA), DEL PLEISTOCENO DE MAR DEL PLATA (PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA)

Carlos A. Quintana

Abstract


The inner part of a great fossil burrow from the Mar del Plata city basement is described. ls analized its size and ichnites discovered on the walls. Its size and space distribution is confronted with borrows of living mammals and fossil burrows of the plio-pleistocene coastal cliffs. Is inferred that was constructed by a great size scratch-digging mamrnal, plossibly Dasypodidae.

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