Cajus G Diedrich

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The palaeoecology of two large oyster species of the Doberg (North Germany) are described. The Upper Oligocene large oysterPycnodonte (Crenostrea) callifera (Lamarck 1819) has unusual fixation structures in the form of large elongated negative impressions on the right and convex xenomorphic structures on the left valve. The heavy oysters ofP. (C.)callifera(More)
In the recent carbonate tidal flats of the lower to upper intertidal zone of the Khor Al Qirqishan Bay western of Abu Dhabi at the southern Arabian Gulf actuopaleontological trackway experiments with the lizardIguana were made. The different moving activities such as basking, slow walk or running over dry to wet biolaminate surfaces and swimming or walking(More)
Punctured extinct cave bear femora were misidentified in southeastern Europe (Hungary/Slovenia) as 'Palaeolithic bone flutes' and the 'oldest Neanderthal instruments'. These are not instruments, nor human made, but products of the most important cave bear scavengers of Europe, hyenas. Late Middle to Late Pleistocene (Mousterian to Gravettian) Ice Age(More)
Rare Late Pleistocene porcupine remains of Hystrix (Atherurus) brachyura Linnaeus 1758 are described from the Fuchsluken Cave, a small gypsum karst cavity at the Rote Berg on the Giebelstein near Saalfeld (Thuringia, Central Germany). The cave was used during the Eemian and mainly Early Weichselian (around 120.000-75.000 BP) by spotted hyena clans of(More)
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