En:
Arqueología; Vol. 23, núm. 3 (2017): Dossier; 91-106
Editor:
Universidad de Buenos Aires. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Instituto de Arqueología
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Temas:
Recursos marinos; Invertebrados; Región pampeana; Amarilladesma mactroides; Holoceno Tardío
Temas:
Marine resources; Invertebrates; Pampean Region; Amarilladesma mactroides; Late Holocene
Contenido: 
Se presenta nueva información sobre la utilización de invertebrados marinos en el sudoeste de la provincia de Buenos Aires. A partir del análisis de la composición taxonómica y de la evaluación de aspectos tafonómicos de los restos malacológicos del sitio Puente de Fierro, se discute el rol de los invertebrados en las decisiones económicas de los grupos de cazadores-recolectores pampeanos durante el Holoceno tardío. Se identificaron 5 especies marinas, que incluyen gastrópodos y bivalvos; entre estos últimos se destaca la representación de Amarilladesma mactroides (Reeve 1854 = Mesodesma mactroides). Se propone un uso diferencial de las distintas especies: por un lado, la obtención de Adelomelon brasiliana estuvo vinculada con fines tecnológicos, mientras que las almejas amarillas fueron recolectadas con fines alimenticios. A nivel regional esta información resulta novedosa para los contextos del Holoceno tardío en la Región Pampeana.
Contenido 2: 
This article presents data on the use of marine invertebrates at the Puente de Fierro archaeological site, located to the Southwest of the Buenos Aires Province. On the basis of the taxonomic composition of the assemblage, and a taphonomic analysis of the same, the economic role for Pampean hunter-gatherers of invertebrates during Late Holocene is discussed. Five marine species were identified, including gastropods and bivalves; among the latter, the proportionally high representation of Amarilladesma mactroides (Reeve 1854 = Mesodesma mactroides) is noteworthy. Following, we propose a differential use of the various species, in which the gathering of Adelomelon brasiliana was related to technological use, while yellow clams were exploited for food. At a regional scale, this research is new insofar as Late Holocene assemblages from Pampean Region are concerned.
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http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Arqueologia/article/view/4009
ISSN 0327-5159 (impreso)
ISSN 1853-8126 (en línea)
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Frontini, Romina ; Bayón, Cristina Archaeomalacological remains from the Puente de Fierro site (Buenos Aires province, Argentina).  (info:eu-repo/semantics/article).  En: Arqueología; Vol. 23, núm. 3 (2017): Dossier; 91-106.  Instituto de Arqueología. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Universidad de Buenos Aires [consultado:  ] Disponible en el Repositorio Digital Institucional de la Universidad de Buenos Aires:  <http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Arqueologia/article/view/4009>