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Thryonomyid Rodent from the Late Miocene Namurungule Formation, Samburu Hills, Northern Kenya
  KAWAMURA, Yoshida, NAKAYA, Hideo (1984-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 2: 133-139
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Faunal Change of Late Miocene Africa and Eurasia: Mammalian Fauna from the Namurungule Formation, Samburu Hills, Northern Kenya
  NAKAYA, Hideo (1994-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 20: 1-112
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Additional Large Mammalian Fauna from the Namurungule Formation, Samburu Hills, Northern Kenya
  NAKAYA, Hideo, PICKFORD, Martin, YASUI, Kinya, NAKANO, Yoshihiko (1987-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 5: 79-129
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The Late Miocene Large Mammal Fauna from the Namurungule Formation, Samburu Hills, Northern Kenya
  NAKAYA, Hideo, PICKFORD, Martin, NAKANO, Yoshihiko, ISHIDA, Hidemi (1984-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 2: 87-131
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Fossil Anthropoids from Nachola and Samburu Hills, Samburu District, Kenya
  ISHIDA, Hidemi, PICHFORD, Martin, NAKAYA, Hideo, NAKANO, Yoshihiko (1984-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 2: 73-85
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Fossiliferous Localities of the Nachola-Samburu Hills Area, Northern Kenya
  PICKFORD, Martin, ISHIDA, Hidemi, NAKANO, Yoshihiko, NAKAYA, Hideo (1984-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 2: 45-56
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The Biostratigraphic Analyses of the Faunas of the Nachola Area and Samburu Hills, Northern Kenya
  PICKFORD, Martin, NAKAYA, Hideo, ISHIDA, Hidemi, NAKANO, Yoshihiko (1984-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 2: 67-72
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Additional Materials of the Late Miocene Rodents from the Namurungule Formation in the Samuburu Hills, Northern Kenya
  KAWAMURA, Yoshinari, NAKAYA, Hideo (1987-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 5: 131-139
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