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Giles et al. (Giles et al. 2015) pertaining to endocast morphology and applicable to lungfishes. The following characters, 14–20 are new. Ordered multistate characters are indicated with an asterisk (*), unknown characters are marked as’?. Parasphenoid
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Fluorescence microscopy was used to evaluate transplantation success and to identify which cnc stream was populated by transplanted cells as they migrated ventrally from the neural tube. Parasphenoid
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A basal troodontid from the Early Cretaceous of China. Xing Xu*, Mark Norell+, Xiao-lin WangA basal troodontid from the Early Cretaceous of China. Xing Xu*, Mark Norell+, Xiao-lin Wang
Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100044, P. R. China. Parasphenoid
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Bones/Parts of Vertebrate Skulls Shark SkullBones/Parts of Vertebrate Skulls Shark Skull
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A new labyrinthodont from the Permo-Triassic deposits of the Sharshenga River, government of North DunaA new labyrinthodont from the Permo-Triassic deposits of the Sharshenga River, government of North Duna
Benthosaurus sushkini, a new labyrinthodont from the Permo-Triassic deposits of the Sharshenga River, government of North Duna. Parasphenoid
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This document is a supplement to Dinosauria, second edition, edited by David B. Weishampel, Peter Dodson, and Halszka OsmolskaThis document is a supplement to Dinosauria, second edition, edited by David B. Weishampel, Peter Dodson, and Halszka Osmolska
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