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The Ear Region in Xenarthrans ( = Edentata: Mammalia)
The Macropodoidea (Marsupialia) of the early Pliocene Hamilton local fauna, Victoria, Australia /
The Hamilton fauna; a late Pliocene mammalian fauna from the Grange Burn, Victoria, Australia / [by] William D. Turnbull -- and Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr. --
Procolpochelys grandaeva (Leidy) : an early carettine sea turtle / by Rainer Zangerl and William D. Turnbull.
Reexamination of the morphological evidence for the cohort Epitheria (Mammalia, Eutheria)
Novacek and co-workers recognized a monophyletic clade Epitheria, comprising all eutherians except edentates and the extinct palaeoryctoids, on the basis of two synapomorphies: a stirrupshaped stapes… Expand
How big is big? Relative and absolute properties in memory
Abstract Previous studies of semantic memory have overlooked an important distinction among so-called “property statements”. Statements with relative adjectives (e.g., Flamingos are big ) imply a… Expand
Distribution and size variation in North American Short-faced bears, Arctodus simus
The Terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene Transition in North America: Biostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy of the Bridgerian-Uintan Washakie Formation, Washakie Basin, Wyoming