Descriptions of the upper limb skeleton of Homo floresiensis.

@article{Larson2009DescriptionsOT,
  title={Descriptions of the upper limb skeleton of Homo floresiensis.},
  author={Susan G Larson and William L Jungers and Matthew Tocheri and Caley M. Orr and Michael J. Morwood and Thomas Sutikna and Rokhus Due Awe and Tony Djubiantono},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={57 5},
  pages={555-70}
}
Several bones of the upper extremity were recovered during excavations of Late Pleistocene deposits at Liang Bua, Flores, and these have been attributed to Homo floresiensis. At present, these upper limb remains have been assigned to six different individuals - LB1, LB2, LB3, LB4, LB5, and LB6. Several of these bones are complete or nearly so, but some are quite fragmentary. All skeletal remains recovered from Liang Bua were extremely fragile, but have now been stabilized and hardened in the… CONTINUE READING

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