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Development of the bony skeleton in Taiwanese salamander, Hynobius formosanus (Caudata: Hynobiidae): heterochronies and reductions

@article{Vassilieva2015DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the bony skeleton in Taiwanese salamander, Hynobius formosanus (Caudata: Hynobiidae): heterochronies and reductions},
  author={Anna B Vassilieva and June Shiang Lai and S. F. Yang and Y. H. Chang and Nikolay A. Poyarkov},
  journal={Vertebrate Zoology},
  year={2015},
  volume={65},
  pages={117-130}
}
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