In this paper the micromammals from three localities in the Oligocene/Miocene boundary interval and the Lower Miocene of the Ebro Basin in the Province of Huesca (northern Spain) are described. Twenty-five species are recognized, two of which are new (Quercomys daamsi de Visser and Peridyromys turbatus Alvarez Sierra et al.; Gliridae). One new subspecies belonging to the Ochotonidae (Prolagus vasconiensis fortis López Martínez & Sesé) is described. The biostratigraphy, palaeoecological implications and palaeobiogeography are discussed.

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Alvarez Sierra, M.A, Daams, R, Lacomba, J.I, López-Martínez, N, van der Meulen, A.J, Sesé, C, & de Visser, J. (1990). Palaeontology and biostratigraphy (micromammals) of the continental Oligocene-Miocene deposits of the north-central Ebro Basin (Huesca, Spain). Scripta Geologica, 94, 1–77.