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Current events Milford Wolpo

@inproceedings{Caspari1996CurrentEM,
  title={Current events Milford Wolpo},
  author={R. Caspari},
  year={1996}
}
When we had the good fortune to study the Klasies River Mouth Cave remains at the South African Museum in 1989, the isolated partial zygomatic KRM 16651 presented us with a morphometric challenge. The face of the bone appeared quite large, but only a small portion of the inferior border was preserved, and that mostly under the temporal process. No measuring points allowed standard comparisons to be made for the size of the zygomatic face. However, comparing it with other more complete specimens… Expand

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