Systematics and Evolution of the Sthenurine Kangaroos

@inproceedings{Prideaux2003SystematicsAE,
  title={Systematics and Evolution of the Sthenurine Kangaroos},
  author={G. Prideaux},
  year={2003}
}
The subfamily Sthenurinae (Macropodoidea, Diprotodontia) is an extinct group of robust kangaroos. The earliest sthenurine appears in the late Miocene of central Australia, but the group is most common in the Pleistocene faunas of southern and eastern Australia. Since the Sthenurinae was last reviewed over three decades ago, species diversity has more than doubled. Many species are now also represented by series of well-preserved specimens, including complete crania and skeletons. New insights… Expand
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