Nasal cavity homologies and cranial crest function in lambeosaurine dinosaurs

@inproceedings{Evans2006NasalCH,
  title={Nasal cavity homologies and cranial crest function in lambeosaurine dinosaurs},
  author={D. C. Evans},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract A neurological method for assessment of nasal cavity homologies in extant archosaurs is extended to lambeosaurine hadrosaurids (Dinosauria: Ornithischia) to test functional hypotheses associated with their hypertrophied nasal passages and highly derived cranial crests. The olfactory system and associated cranial nerve pathways that have consistent relationships to soft tissue divisions of the nasal cavity are reconstructed in lambeosaurines on the basis of new paleoneurological data… Expand
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