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Other research product . 2014

Vertebrate fauna at the Neolithic and Eneolithic sites in Vojvodina (Serbia)

Radmanović Darko P.; Kostić Desanka S.; Lujić Jelena Z.; Blažić Svetlana V.;
Open Access
English
Published: 01 Jan 2014
Publisher: Zbornik Matice srpske za prirodne nauke
Country: Serbia
Abstract
Based on current research results, a total of 40 vertebrate species from 4 classes have been registered at 10 archaeological sites from the Neolithic period in Vojvodina (Serbia). The most numerous one is the mammal class (Mammalia) with 25 species, then bird class (Aves) with 9 species, osteichthyes (Osteichthyes) are represented by 5 species, while reptiles (Reptilia) are the poorest class with only one species. For the Eneolithic period, at 7 archaeological sites, a total of 11 species members of Mammalia class have been registered.
Subjects

archaeological sites, Neolithic period, Eneolithic period, vertebrate fauna, Vojvodina (Serbia)

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