The early Pleistocene deciduous hominid molar FS-72 from the Sangiran Dome of Java, Indonesia: A taxonomic reappraisal based on its comparative endostructural characterization.

@article{Zanolli2015TheEP,
  title={The early Pleistocene deciduous hominid molar FS-72 from the Sangiran Dome of Java, Indonesia: A taxonomic reappraisal based on its comparative endostructural characterization.},
  author={Cl{\'e}ment Zanolli and Frederick E. Grine and Ottmar Kullmer and Friedemann Schrenk and Roberto Macchiarelli},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2015},
  volume={157 4},
  pages={666-74}
}
OBJECTIVES Among the ten fossil hominid deciduous teeth reported so far from the Pleistocene sediments of the Sangiran Dome of Java are two isolated lower second molars: specimens PCG.2 from the Kabuh Formation and FS-72 from the Pucangan Formation. While PCG.2 appears to be certainly attributable to Homo erectus, FS-72 is somewhat more problematic, even though it is commonly listed within the Indonesian H. erectus hypodigm. Largely because of its large size, it was originally attributed to… CONTINUE READING
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