Podrobnosti záznamu

Název
    Vývoj kenozoické hadí fauny Evropy
Údaj o odpovědnosti
    Martin Ivanov
Další názvy
    The evolution of European Cenozoic snake fauna
Autor
    Ivanov, Martin
Jazyk
    česky
Zdrojový dokument - monografie
    Dynamika vztahů marinního a kontinentálního prostředí - Sborník příspěvků
Strany
    s. 59-91
Poznámky
    25 obr., 10 tab., 5 s.bibl.
    Anglické resumé
Předmětová skupina
    evoluce biologická
    kosti
    metoda aktualistická
    migrace
    neogén
    paleobiogeografie
    paleoekologie
    pleistocén
    Reptilia
Geografické jméno
    Brno-Stráská skála
    Chomutov (Cheb)
    ČR
    Dolnice (Cheb)
    Evropa
    Ivančice (Brno-venkov)
    Mladeč (Olomouc)
Klíčové slovo
    Evropy
    Fauny
    Hadí
    Kenozoické
    Vývoj
Abstrakt (anglicky)
   The fossil material of 27 European localities documentents the presence of families Boidae, Colubridae, Elapidae and Viperidae. The members of the "modern" snake families (members of the family Colubridae occured in Europe as the first) penetrated into the area of the Central Europe across the Mazura-across the Rhine graben in several waves of migration. based on the known marine ingressions into the Rhine graben and adjacent area it was possible to distinguish preliminary individual migration waves of both the Asiatic and American immigrants within the time span of the Lower Oligocene - Middle Miocene. The members of Boidae, Colubridae and Elapidae are described on the Czech locality Merkur (MN 3a) which is the oldest Miocene ophidian locality in the area of the Central and East-Europe. Coluber dolnicensis and Coluber aff. suevicus represent the oldest members of the family Elapidae in Europe.
   The snake fauna of the Merkur locality could confirm the idea that the evolution of taxa which are similar to the recent species could be placed to the end of the Lower Miocene. At the Lower/Middle Miocene transition (MN 4/5) also a rich material of Elapidae (Micrurus aff. gallicus, Naja sp. 1, Naja sp.2, Elapidae A, Elapidae B) together with members of Boidae (Python sp., Bransateryx sp, Boidae B, Boidae C) is described from the French locality Vieux Collonges, the vipers occurrarely (Viperinae A - so called "European vipers", Viperinae B - so called "Oriental vipers"). From the beginning of the Middle Miocene the members of the family Colubridae become dominant in European region and the last radiation of this group takes place during the Upper Miocene. Within the Upper Miocene, the volution of the extinct species which are the direct ancestors of the living specises takes place. This is documented on the example of the evolution within the genus Elaphe.
   The member of the subfamily Crotalinae gen. et sp. indet.), very similar to the recent genus Agkistrodon, is described from the Upper Miocene of the Ukrainian locality G
Přispěvatel
    Česká geologická služba
Kód přispěvatele
    ČGS (UNM)
Zdrojový formát
    U
Datum vložení
    20. 2. 2008
Datum importu
    8. 8. 2012