Blancan


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Blancan

[′bläŋ·kən]
(geology)
Upper Pliocene or lowermost Pleistocene geologic time.
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TV'S BENIDORM is creating a boom in the number of Liverpool holidaymakers visiting the Costa Blancan resort.
Biochronologically, fossil rodents from the locality indicate a latest Hemphillian or early Blancan North American Land Mammal Age (early Pliocene; Martin et al.
Dinohippus is generally regarded as a Hemphillian or Blancan genus, but many specimens from this study were referred to Dinohippus based on older diagnoses.
The film stars Jamel Debbouze, Sami Bouajila, Roschdy Zem, Chaffia Boudra, Bernard Blancan and Sabrina Seyvecou.
World War Two drama, starring Jamel Debbouze, Samy Naceri, Roschdy Zem, Sami Bouajila, Bernard Blancan and Mathieu Simonet.
Starring: Bernard Blancan, Sami Bouajila, Jamel Debbouze
They reached North America in at least two pulses of immigration, the first in the early Hemphillian (late Miocene), and subsequently in the late Blancan (late Pliocene).
Hemphillian (Late Miocene) snakes from Nebraska, with comments on Arikareean through Blancan snakes of Midcontinental North America.
scotti group for late Blancan to early Rancholabrean large, stout-legged horses and included E.
A recent review of the mammalian fauna recovered from the White Narrows local fauna was provided by Reynolds and Lindsay (1999) who suggested that this depositional unit represents a transition from the late Miocene/earliest Pliocene Hemphillian Land Mammal Age to the Pliocene Blancan Land Mammal Age.
scotti, a Blancan and Irvingtonian species (Morgan and Lucas, 2005).
I was a bit sniffy about the Costa Blancan hotspot, convinced it would be full of foul-mouthed, puking Brits with an unquenchable thirst for cheap lager and blazing sunshine.