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Fischer, K. (2000)
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Erstmals wurde das Vorkommen des Leoparden (Panthera pardus) im Rixdorfer Horizont (Früh-Weichsel, Jungpleistozän) von Berlin-Brandenburg durch ein Humerus-Fragment von Niederlehme bei Königs Wusterhausen nachgewiesen. Es ist das bisher nördlichste Vorkommen des Leoparden in Mitteleuropa.

The finding of leopard, Panthera pardus (L., 1758), from the late Pleistocene horizon of Rixdorf in Berlin and the occurrence of leopards in the Pleistocene of Europe are described and discussed.

For the first time the occurrence of the leopard (Panthera pardus) in the horizon of Rixdorf (Early Weichsel, Late Pleistocene) of Berlin-Brandenburg is proven. The find is represented by a fragment of a humerus from Niederlehme near Königs Wusterhausen. This is the most northern occurrence of the leopard in Middle Europe until now.

doi:10.1002/mmng.20000030111

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