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Missing mammals from the Mesolithic middens: a comparison of the fossil and archaeological records from ScotlandWild mammmals were an essential source of food and materials for Mesolithic people in Scotland. However, most Mesolithic sites in Scotland contain scant evidence of the mammals that were exploited locally. In contrast, the fossil and contemporary records indicate that there was a very high and changing diversity of mammal...
Kitchener, Andrew C ; Bonsall, Clive ; Bartosiewicz, László
Journal articleAim to determine the taxonomic identity of zooarchaeological gadfly petrel (Pterodroma) specimens from northern Europe, in order to investigate whether an unknown, now-extinct Pterodroma species formerly occurred in this region, or whether extant north-east Atlantic gadfly petrel populations now restricted to the Macaronesian Islands formerly had a much wider Holocene...
Brace, S ; Barnes, I ; Kitchener, Andrew C ; Serjeantson, D ; Turvey, S T
Journal articlePopulation monitoring is important for conservation management but difficult to achieve for rare, cryptic species. Reliable information about the Critically Endangered Scottish wildcat Felis silvestris silvestris is lacking because of difficulties in morphological and genetic identification, resulting from extensive hybridization with feral domestic cats Felis catus. We carried out camera-trap...
Kilshaw, Kerry ; Johnson, Paul J ; Kitchener, Andrew C ; Macdonald, David W