Can dung beetles from the palaeoecological & archaeological record indicate herd concentration and the identity of herbivores?

David Smith, Kalla Nayyar, Danielle Schreve, Richard Thomas, Nicola Whitehouse

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    Original languageEnglish
    JournalQuaternary International
    Publication statusIn preparation - 2013

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    Smith, D., Nayyar, K., Schreve, D., Thomas, R., & Whitehouse, N. (2013). Can dung beetles from the palaeoecological & archaeological record indicate herd concentration and the identity of herbivores?. Manuscript in preparation
    Smith, David ; Nayyar, Kalla ; Schreve, Danielle ; Thomas, Richard ; Whitehouse, Nicola. / Can dung beetles from the palaeoecological & archaeological record indicate herd concentration and the identity of herbivores?. In: Quaternary International. 2013.
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    In: Quaternary International, 2013.

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