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Late Pleistocene Egernia group skinks (Squamata: Scincidae) from Devils Lair, Western Australia
Research on squamate evolution of Australia has predominantly focused on the eastern portion of the continent, whereas little is known about the record from Western Australia. Deposits in Devils Lair…
Paleontological investigations at Mineral Hill Cave
Early Pliocene Crotaphytus and Gambelia (Squamata: Crotaphytidae) from the Panaca Formation of Southeastern Nevada
The Panaca Formation fossils described herein mark the oldest known record of both Crotaphytus and Gambelia, both of which date to the early to middle Pliocene.
Late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) Cynomys (Rodentia, Sciuridae: prairie dog) from northwestern Sonora, Mexico
TROPICAL MARSH AND SAVANNA OF THE LATE PLEISTOCENE IN NORTHEASTERN SONORA, MEXICO
Abstract We recovered Pleistocene fossils from a lava-dammed river deposit along the Río de Moctezuma in northeastern Sonora, at 29°41′N, 109°39′W, and 605 m elevation. Today the region is semiarid,…
Geometric morphometric analysis of cranial variation in the Egernia depressa (Reptilia: Squamata: Scincidae) species complex
- Marci G. Hollenshead
- Environmental Science
Geometric (i.e. landmark-based) morphometrics were used to examine variation in cranial shape in E. depressa, E. cygnitos and E. epsisolus, and sexual dimorphism was not evident, but ontogenetic changes in Cranial form were present.