Subfossil records of Rana cf. lessonae, Rana arvalis and Rana cf. dalmatina from Middle Saxon (c. 600-950 AD) deposits in eastern England: evidence for native status

in Amphibia-Reptilia
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Abstract

Owing to debate over the possible native status of Rana lessonae in England, a zooarchaeological survey was aimed at finding remains of R. lessonae older than known introductions. One ilium of R. cf. lessonae has been identified from a Middle Saxon site in Lincolnshire (c. 600-950 AD), and ilia of R. arvalis and R. cf. dalmatina show that these species were also present in England during Saxon times.

Subfossil records of Rana cf. lessonae, Rana arvalis and Rana cf. dalmatina from Middle Saxon (c. 600-950 AD) deposits in eastern England: evidence for native status

in Amphibia-Reptilia

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