Biodiversity response to climate change in the Middle Pleistocene—the Porcupine Cave fauna from Colorado. Anthony D. Barnosky (ed.). 2004. University of California Press, Berkeley, 385 p., cloth. ISBN 0-520-24082-0.

Porcupine Cave (a series of 26 interconnected rooms and pits) is located in South Park in the Colorado rockies. It is an important site for at least three reasons: 1) it has the most faunal diversity of any Irvingtonian site; 2) its location, in a region with few Pleistocene sites and between the previously defined eastern and western faunal provinces, provides better insight into the biogeography and faunal provinces of the...

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