Democricetodon and Megacricetodon (Mammalia, Cricetidae) from the Miocene of Sandelzhausen, Southern Germany View Full Text


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DATE

2009-03

AUTHORS

Wilma Wessels, Barbara M. Reumer

ABSTRACT

The cricetid species Democricetodon gracilis (Fahlbusch, 1964), Democricetodon mutilus (Fahlbusch, 1964), Megacricetodon bavaricus (Fahlbusch, 1964), and Megacricetodon minor (Lartet, 1851) from Sandelzhausen (Early/Middle Miocene boundary, MN5, Southern Germany) are represented by more than 2,000 molars providing substantial data on the variability in sizes and on variation in morphologies. Temporal and spatial distributions of these species indicate that they are probably immigrants in SE Germany, originating from south-eastern or more southern areas. Except for M. minor, whose origin is not clear and could be regarded as an immigrant from more eastern areas. Using the length of the mesoloph in the second upper molars as an indicator of habitat, D. gracilis and M. minor had a preference for a humid habitat, D. mutilus and M. bavaricus a preference for drier habitats. More... »

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187-205

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PalZ

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1

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83

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/s12542-009-0006-8

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12542-009-0006-8

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