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REDESCRIPTION OF THE PECTORAL FIN AND VERTEBRAL COLUMN OF THE RHIZODONTID FISH BARAMEDA DECIPIENS FROM THE LOWER CARBONIFEROUS OF AUSTRALIA
Abstract The original description of the pectoral fin of the rhizodontid Barameda decipiens emphasized the narrowness of the fin, based on a narrow radius and low number of preserved lepidotrichia.Expand
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Vertebrate microremains from the presumed earliest Carboniferous of the Mansfield Basin, Victoria
Vertebrate microremains from the presumed earliest Tournaisian of the Devil's Plain Formation, Mansfield Group, from the Mansfield Basin, Victoria, are described. Actinopterygian teeth, scales, basalExpand
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Systematic seasonal land use by late Pleistocene Tasmanian Aborigines
Abstract New research on the odontochronological (dental growth-increment) analysis of marsupial teeth provides opportunities to estimate with more certainty the time of the year Tasmanian AboriginesExpand
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Optimality models and the food quest in Pleistocene Tasmania
Abstract The application of behavioural ecology models to deep time archaeological sites in Australia is often rendered difficult by the poor resolution of the archaeological record coupled with theExpand
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A NEW SPECIES OF BARAMEDA (RHIZODONTIDA) AND HETEROCHRONY IN THE RHIZODONTID PECTORAL FIN
Abstract New material of the Australian Lower Carboniferous rhizodontid Barameda provides additional information on poorly known aspects of rhizodontid anatomy, including the braincase and branchialExpand
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Overdone overkill – the archaeological perspective on Tasmanian megafaunal extinctions
Abstract The reasons for megafaunal extinction in Australia have been hotly debated for over 30 years without any clear resolution. The proposed causes include human overkill, climate, anthropogenicExpand
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Modern emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) butchery, economic utility and analogues for the Australian archaeological record
Abstract Australia's largest flightless bird, the emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae), has been an important prey animal for Indigenous people for millennia, especially in arid/semi-arid areas where,Expand
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An ichnofossil assemblage from the Lower Carboniferous Snowy Plains Formation, Mansfield Basin, Australia
Abstract Continental strata of the Home Station Sandstone Member of the Snowy Plains Formation of the Mansfield Group, Avon Supergroup, Mansfield Basin in Victoria, Australia, contains diverse andExpand
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Homology of fin lepidotrichia in osteichthyan fishes.
Lepidotrichia are dermal elements located at the distal margin of osteichthyan fins. In sarcopterygians and actinopterygians, the term has been used to denote the most distal bony hemisegments andExpand
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The cascading pathogenic consequences of Sarcoptes scabiei infection that manifest in host disease
Sarcoptic mange, caused by the parasitic mite Sarcoptes scabiei, causes a substantive burden of disease to humans, domestic animals and wildlife, globally. There are many effects of S. scabieiExpand
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