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Homo floresiensis: microcephalic, pygmoid, Australopithecus, or Homo?
The remarkable partial adult skeleton (LB1) excavated from Liang Bua cave on the island of Flores, Indonesia, has been attributed to a new species, Homo floresiensis, based upon a unique mosaic of… Expand
First Islanders: Prehistory and Human Migration in Island Southeast Asia
Peter Bellwood is an Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University, which he joined in 1973, retiring in 2013. He has undertaken archaeological research in Polynesia and Island Southeast… Expand
The affinities of Homo floresiensis based on phylogenetic analyses of cranial, dental, and postcranial characters.
Although the diminutive Homo floresiensis has been known for a decade, its phylogenetic status remains highly contentious. A broad range of potential explanations for the evolution of this species… Expand
Digging stick site, Namadgi National Park, ACT
Further fieldwork has been undertaken at the digging stick site, Namadgi National Park, Australian Capital Territory earlier reported by Argue (1995:38-39). The site is located at 970m altitude near… Expand
Homo floresiensis: further insights
- D. Argue
A tiny skeleton was revealed to an unsuspecting world in October 2004. The bones of this skeleton be…
Variation in the Early and Middle Pleistocene: The phylogenetic relationships of Ceprano, Bodo, Daka, Kabwe and Buia.
- D. Argue
Despite the increased number of hominin fossils available for the period from one million years ago to c.600 ka clarity about their phylogenetic relationships has not emerged. This is because, while… Expand
A Reply to Trueman's "A new cladistic analysis of Homo floresiensis."