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Body mass in Cercopithecidae (Primates, Mammalia) : Estimation and scaling in extinct and extant taxa

@inproceedings{Delson2000BodyMI,
  title={Body mass in Cercopithecidae (Primates, Mammalia) : Estimation and scaling in extinct and extant taxa},
  author={E. Delson and C. Terranova and W. Jungers and E. Sargis and N. G. Jablonski and P. Dechow},
  year={2000}
}
  • E. Delson, C. Terranova, +3 authors P. Dechow
  • Published 2000
  • Geography, Biology
  • ............................................ 4 Introduction ............................................. 4 Institutional Abbreviations ............................................. 6 Materials .............................................. 7 Postcrania ............................................. 7 Craniodental Data ............ ................................. 9 Compiled Mass Data ............... .............................. 10 Statistical Methods… CONTINUE READING
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