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11.003  Anderson, E.  1984.  Who's who in the Pleistocene:  A mammalian bestiary.  Pages
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11.005  Argant, A. and J. Argant.  1983.  Faunal remains at the Gueule de Loup Grotto
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11.008  Bakker, R. T.  1983.  The deer flees, the wolf pursues:  Incongruencies in
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11.009  Ballesio, R.  1979.  Remains of the of pleistocene at Jaurens Grotto, Nespouls,
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11.010  Baryshnikov, G. F.  1986.  Pleistocene wolves (genus Canis) of the greater
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11.014  Black, J. H.  1972.  Remains of a gray wolf (Canis lupus) from northwestern
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11.015  Blumbergs, Z., N. -G. Gejvall, and C. Verenius.  1974.  Subboreal faunal remains
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11.016  Bonifay, M. F.  1971.  Quaternary carnivores of southeast France.  Memoires du
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11.023  Corbet, G. G.  1972.  Use of numerical methods in the taxonomy of mammals.
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11.024  Davies, M.  1979.  Upper Kendrick's Cave, Great Orme.  Excavations of 1978.
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11.025  Davis, L. C.  1969.  The bio-stratigraphy of Peccary Cave, Newton County,
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11.026  Davis, S.  1977.  The dog:  Evidence for its domestication 12000 years ago.
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11.027  Davis, S. J. M.  1981.  The effects of temperature change and domestication on
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11.028  De Bonis, L. and M. O. Lebeaux.  1974.  Discovery of a canid skull in the
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11.029  De Lumley, H. and M. A. De Lumley.  1971.  Discovery of pre-Neanderthal human
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11.032  Elder, W. H. and C. M. Hayden.  1977.  Use of discriminant function in taxonomic
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11.033  Feenrikh, Kh.  1984.  The upper paleolithic man and his environment in southern
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11.035  Gillette, D. D.  1979.  The largest dire wolf:  Late Pleistocene of northern
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11.038  Guilday, J. E.  1984.  Pleistocene extinction and environmental change:  Case
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11.039  Guilday, J. E., H. W. Hamilton, and A. D. McCrady.  1971.  The Welsh Cave
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11.039a Guthrie, R. D 1968.  Paleoecology and the large-mammal community in interior
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11.040  Hale, D.  1970.  Archaeological and paleontological finds in the New Fern System
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11.042  Hall, R. L.  1978.  Variability and speciation in canids and hominids.  Pages
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11.043  Hell, P. and L. Paule.  1982.  Taxonomic data on the wolf (Canis lupus) from the
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11.044  Hemmer, H.  1975.  The origin of the domestic dog and changes in relative brain
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11.045  Hibbard, C. W.  1970.  Pleistocene mammalian local faunas from the Great Plains
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11.048  Howes, C. A.  1983.  Historical records of mammals in southeast Yorkshire and
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11.049  Imaizumi, Y.  1970.  Systematic status of the extinct Japanese wolf, Canis
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11.050  Imaizumi, Y.  1970.  Systematic status of the extinct Japanese wolf, Canis
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11.054  Lessertisseur, J.  1968.  From bipedel animal to bipedel man.  Bulletin de la
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11.058  Matolsci, J.  1979.  Animal bone findings from the Gellerthegy-Taban settlement,
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11.059  Morley, D. F.  1986.  Studies on Amerindian dogs:  Taxonomic analysis of canid
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11.060  Musil, R.  1984.  The first know domestication of wolves in central Europe.
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11.061  Nelson, M. E. and J. H. Madsen.  1986.  Canids from the late pleistocene of
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11.061a Nowak, R. M.  1973. North American quaternary Canis.  Ph. D. Thesis.  University
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11.063  Nowak, R. M.  1983.  A perspective on the taxonomy of wolves in North America.
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11.065  Olsen, S. J., J. W. Olsen, and G. Qi.  1982.  The position of Canis lupus
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11.066  Osterhoff, D. R.  1984.  History of domestication.  Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir
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11.068  Petter, G. and E. Heintz.  1969.  Quaternary mammals of the Geula Grotto, north
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11.069  Roehrs, M. and P. Ebinger.  1980.  Subspecies in wolves with a different level of
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11.070  Roehrs, M. and P. Ebinger.  1983.  Once again:  Subspecies in wolves with a
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11.070a Rosenzweig, M. L.  1968.  The strategy of body size in mammalian carnivores.
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11.071  Schaefer, H.  1969.  Carnivores from the the pleistocene of Sussenborn, Germany.
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11.074  Sotmikova, M. V.  1978.  New data on the predatory mammals of the Upper Pliocene
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11.076  Stuart, A. J.  1974.  Pleistocene history of the British vertebrate fauna.
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11.077  Szinak, J. and I. Veress.  1976.  How did the wolf become a dog?  Buvar, 31(4):
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11.078  Terzea, E.  1977.  Quaternary fauna from the Livadita Cave, Romania.  Travaux de
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11.080  Thenius, E.  1970.  Some early Pleistocene mammals (Platgonus, Arctodus, and
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11.081  Trusheim, F.  1981.  Pleistocene faunal assemblages from Karst von Karlstadt
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11.082  Turner, A.  1984.  Hominids and fellow travellers:  Human migration into high
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11.084  Volz, S. A.  1976.  Preliminary report on a late Pleistocene death trap fauna
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11.085  Walker, D.  1975.  Nonbison remains from the Vore Bison Jump, Crook County,
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11.086  Walker, D. W. and G. C. Frison.  1982.  Studies on Amerindian dogs.  3.
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11.087  Weber, F. R., T. D. Hamilton, D. M. Hopkins, C. A. Repenning, H. Haas.  1981.
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11.089  Williams, S. L., S. B. McLaren, and M. A. Burgwin.  1985.  Paleo-archaeological
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see also the following entries: 3.012, 3.038, 3.040, 3.050, 4.094, 4.136, 4.136a, 4.144, 4.148, 7.121, 7.122, 8.004, 8.019, 8.027, 8.038, 8.039a, 8.040, 8.060, 9.003, 9.008, 9.030, 9.036, 9.049, 9.050, 9.052, 9.053, 9.054, 9.057, 10.005, 14.015, 14.052, 14.057b, 16.025, 16.030, 16.035, 16.057, 18.120, 18.161, 20.013, 20.021, 21.095