South American camelids-past , present and future

@inproceedings{Wheeler2012SouthAC,
  title={South American camelids-past , present and future},
  author={J. Craig Wheeler},
  year={2012}
}
This paper provides a review of South American camelid origins, evolution, classification, present status and future trends. 

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