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Found 24 results

  1. Salvinia sp.

    From Wikipedia: " Small, floating aquatics with creeping stems, branched, bearing hairs on the leaf surface papillae but no true roots. Leaves are in trimerous whorls, with two leaves green, sessile or short-petioled, flat, entire and floating, and one leaf finely dissected, petiolate, rootlike and pendent. Submerged leaves bearing sori that are surrounded by basifixed membranous indusia (sporocarps). "
  2. unid. leaf

    From the album Plants

    unid. leaf Pliocene Willershausen am Harz Lower Saxony Germany Length 3cm
  3. Ceratophyllum sp.

    Together with several small fungus gnats (Sciara strausi Kohring & Schlüter, 1993).
  4. Lit. : Knobloch, Ervin (1998): Der pliozäne Laubwald von Willershausen am Harz (Mitteleuropa). München, Documenta Naturae. 1998. 302 S.
  5. Fagus pliocenica Knobloch, 1998

    Lit. : Knobloch, Ervin (1998): Der pliozäne Laubwald von Willershausen am Harz (Mitteleuropa). München, Documenta Naturae. 1998. 302 S.
  6. Lit.: Knobloch, Ervin (1998): Der pliozäne Laubwald von Willershausen am Harz (Mitteleuropa). München, Documenta Naturae. 1998. 302 S.
  7. Stomoxys sp. - Stable Fly

    From the album Invertebrates

    Stomoxys sp. Stable Fly or Biting House Fly Late Pliocene Piacenzian Willershausen a. Harz Lower Saxony Germany Unfortunately the wings are not preserved. An adult stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans, on an aloe vera leaf. Specimen is approx 10mm in length. Taken by user Fir0002 in Swifts Creek, Victoria in February 2007 (from Wikimedia Commons)
  8. Tinca pliocaenica GAUDANT, 1997

    Lit.: Gaudant, Par Jean (1997): L'ichthyofaune pliocène de Willershausen am Harz (Basse Saxe, Allemagne) – un réexamen. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde / B; 1997, 51 p.10 pl., 24 fig.
  9. Perca fossilis GAUDANT, 1997

    Lit.: Gaudant, Par Jean (1997): L'ichthyofaune pliocène de Willershausen am Harz (Basse Saxe, Allemagne) – un réexamen. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde / B; 1997, 51 p.10 pl., 24 fig.
  10. Eriotremex sp., Horntail

    From the album Invertebrates

    Eriotremex sp. Horntail Late Pliocene Piacenzian Willershausen a. Harz Lower Saxony Germany
  11. Lit.: Kohring, R & Schlüter, T. (1993): Sciariden (Insecta: Diptera: Nematocera) aus dem Oberpliozän von Willershausen. Berliner geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen (E), 9, p. 191-199; Berlin
  12. Tinca pliocaenica GAUDANT, 1997

    Lit.: Gaudant, Par Jean (1997): L'ichthyofaune pliocène de Willershausen am Harz (Basse Saxe, Allemagne) – un réexamen. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde / B; 1997, 51 p.10 pl., 24 fig.
  13. Culicidae indet.

    Lit.: Rafael Gioia Martins-Neto (2003): The Fossil Tabanids (Diptera Tabanidae): When They Began to Appreciate Warm Blood and When They Began Transmit Diseases? Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Vol. 98(Suppl. I): 29-34, 2003
  14. Lit.: Gaudant, Par Jean: L'ichthyofaune pliocène de Willershausen am Harz (Basse Saxe, Allemagne) – un réexamen. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde / B; 1997, 51 p.10 pl., 24 fig.
  15. Lit.: Schmidt, G. (1967): Die Bockkäfer (Cerambycidae) von Willershausen. Berichte der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Hannover 111, 1967, 113-120. Schweigert, G. (2003). Alpenbock und Hirschkäfer im Pliozän von Willershausen. Fossilien 20, 178-182. Gersdorf, E.: Dritter Beitrag über Käfer (Coleoptera) aus dem Jungtertiär von Willershausen, Bl Northeim 4226. Geologisches Jahrbuch A 36, 103-145.
  16. Populus willershausensis KNOBLOCH, 1998

    Lit.: Knobloch, Ervin (1998): Der pliozäne Laubwald von Willershausen am Harz (Mitteleuropa) München. Documenta Naturae. 1998. 302 S. : Ill. Documenta naturae 120.
  17. Populus gregorii Knobloch, 1998

    Lit.: Knobloch, Ervin (1998): Der pliozäne Laubwald von Willershausen am Harz (Mitteleuropa) München. Documenta Naturae. 1998. 302 S. : Ill. Documenta naturae 120.
  18. Lit.: Špinar, Z. V. (1980): Fossile Raniden aus dem oberen Pliozän von Willershausen (Niedersachsen). Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde / Ser. B, Nr. 53, pp. 1-53, 9 Taf., 25 Abb., 8 Tab.
  19. Betula insignis Gaudin, 1862

    Lit.: Gregor, H. & Knobloch, E. (2000) Ergaenzungen zur Flora von Willershausen am Harz. Documenta Naturae, 132, pp 27-35 Knobloch, Ervin (1998): Der pliozäne Laubwald von Willershausen am Harz (Mitteleuropa) München. Documenta Naturae. 1998. 302 S. : Ill.. Documenta naturae 120.
  20. Betula hummelae Knobloch, 1998

    Lit.: Gregor, H. & Knobloch, E. (2000) Ergaenzungen zur Flora von Willershausen am Harz. Documenta Naturae, 132, pp 27-35 Knobloch, Ervin (1998): Der pliozäne Laubwald von Willershausen am Harz (Mitteleuropa) München. Documenta Naturae. 1998. 302 S. : Ill.. Documenta naturae 120.
  21. Tibicina haematodes foss. Scopoli, 1763

    The wing venation of this fossil cicada is indistinguishable from that of a recent Tibicina haematodes, hence Tibicina haematodes foss. Scopoli, 1763. A recent Tibicina haematodes (taken from Wikipedia, own work by Dodoni, 1. 10. 2007) Lit.: Wagner, W.: Die Singzikaden (Homoptera, Cicadidae) aus dem Pliozän von Willershausen/Westharz. Bericht der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Hannover, Jahrgang 1967, Band 111 Wagner, W.: Eine afrikanische Schaumzikade, Ptyelus grossus Fabricius, 1781 fossilis aus dem Pliozän von Willershausen (Homoptera, Aphrophoridae). Berichte der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Hannover, Beiheft 6, 1968
  22. Aporia crataegi foss. Linné, 1758

    partial forewing. The venation of this fossil butterfly forewing is indistinguishable from that of a recent Black-veined Whites A. crataegi. Lit.: Branscheid, F. (1969): Funde von Tagfaltern (Rhopalocera, Lepidoptera) im Pliozän von Willershausen. Berichte der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Hannover 113, 1969 Branscheid, F. (1968): Ein weiterer Schmetterlingsflügel von Willershausen. Berichte der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Hannover Beiheft 6, 1968 Branscheid, F.(1977): Fossile Schmetterlinge (Rhopalocera, Lepidoptera) aus dem Pliozän von Willershausen. Beitraege zur Naturkunde Niedersachsens. Hannover 1977; 30(4): 85-88. Brauckmann, C., Groening, E. (2001): Anmerkungen zu den bisher gefundenen Lepidopteren aus Willershausen. Jahresberichte des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins in Wuppertal, 54, 2001, 31-41. Kernbach, K. (1967): Über die im Pliozän gefundenen Schmetterlings- und Raupenreste. Berichte der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Hannover 111, 1967, p 103-108, Abb. 1-12.
  23. Bird Feather

    Coll. T. Bastelberger
  24. From the album Invertebrates

    Agriopis leucophaearia foss. ([DENIS & SCHIFFERMÜLLER], 1775) Forewing Upper Pliocene Willershausen am Harz Germany The determination may be a bit shaky, but in my opinion size and weakly recognizable color pattern fit well to that of the recent form Agriopis leucophaearia ([DENIS & SCHIFFERMÜLLER], 1775). For comparison a picture from Lepiforum.de:
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