Joint Mitnor Cave (Devonia physicalis)
Joint Mitnor Cave
Joint Mitnor
Cave
Situs speluncae Gough in comitatu Devonia

Spelunca Joint Mitnor (Anglice Joint Mitnor Cave) est caverna in septentrionali parte oppidi Buckfastleigh Devoniae latet. Ibi reperta sunt ossa animalium praehistoricorum quae trans montes supereminentes vagabant et intra ceciderunt. Spelunca e cognominibus primorum exploratorum appellata est, videlicet Joint, Mitchel, Northey.

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Introitus speluncae Joint Mitnor
 
Ossa animalium in spelunca Joint Mitnor reperta
  • "A cave study centre is set up in Devon" in New Scientist (19 Iulii 1962) (p. 127 apud Google Books)
  • Andrew Currant, Roger Jacobi, "A formal mammalian biostratigraphy for the Late Pleistocene of Britain" in Quaternary Science Reviews vol. 20 (2001) pp. 1707-1716 Epitome
  • Maev Kennedy, "Making old bones: Joint Mitnor cave reopens with replica fossils" in The Guardian (7 Augusti 2017)
  • Björn Kurtén, Pleistocene Mammals of Europe (Transaction Publishers, 1968) p. 33 (paginae selectae editionis posterioris apud Google Books)
  • A. J. Stuart, "Pleistocene occurrences of Hippopotamus in Britain" in Quartärpaläontologie vol. 6 (1986) pp. 209-218
  • A. J. Sutcliffe, "Joint Mitnor Cave, Buckfastleigh: a Report of Excavations Carried Out During 1939-41 by the Late A.H. Ogilvie" in Transactions and Proceedings, Torquay Natural History Society vol. 13 (1960) pp. 1-26

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