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is known about the squamate associations from Late Pleistocene in Serbia and the CentralBalkans in general. This is only the second cave inSerbia which yielded Pleistocene herpetofauna thatwas described in detail (Smolućka

birds, fish,Late Pleistocene Squamate Reptiles from the Baranica Cavenear Knjaževac (Eastern Serbia)DRAGANA ĐURIĆ1, KATARINA BOGIĆEVIĆ2, DRAGANA PETROVIĆ3 & DRAŽENKO NENADIĆ2Abstract. The Late Pleistocene layers (2–4) of the

second of Late Pleistocene herpetofauna described from Serbia. It consists of the forms mainly characteristic for cold and temperate semi-open regions.Key words: squamate reptiles, snakes, Coronella, Late Pleistocene, Serbia.Апстракт



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(stratigraphy, Sarmatian, Plio-Pleistocene, Quaternary, Vinča archaeological site)
asthe Pleistocene (Q1)Plio-Pleistocene as a lowerlevel of the Quaternary wasnever detected on the surface.However, these sedimentswere observed in all the prospecting boreholes. Theyoccur in the base of the Pleistocene sediments

itssuperposition, the supposed age of this formation is the Plio-Pleistocene. Above the right bank of the DanubeRiver, there are steep sections where Pleistocene swamp loessoid sediments were found. True loess depositsare not

investigated area. The whitecircles show the position of the boreholes. Key: М , Sarmatian; Q1, Pleistocene(swamp loessoid); Q1L, Pleistocene (loess); Q2d, Holocene (delluvium); Q2al, Holocene (alluvial sediments); Q2ar, Holocene