Human head and neck Postorbital process

Character 854: Length of the skull (Novas et al., 2009)Character 854: Length of the skull (Novas et al., 2009)
Characters added to the list of 853 phenotypic characters of Brusatte et al. (2014). Postorbital process
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Supplementary Material The early Miocene balaenid Morenocetus parvusSupplementary Material The early Miocene balaenid Morenocetus parvus
The early Miocene balaenid Morenocetus parvus from Patagonia (Argentina) and the evolution of right whales. Postorbital process
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Som 5 The cladistic analysis was conducted using the matrix by Xing et al. (2014). In the second matrix, those characters determined to be ontogenetically variableSom 5 The cladistic analysis was conducted using the matrix by Xing et al. (2014). In the second matrix, those characters determined to be ontogenetically variable
Alaskan material and Edmontosaurus (Mori 2014; Mori et al in prep; Matrix 2), were scored as missing for U. kuukpikensis. Here we summarize which characters are considered variable and provide a short explanation for each. Postorbital process
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* = know to species, know all listed suborders and families* = know to species, know all listed suborders and families
Be able to identify the skulls, and skins if available, of these animals. You should also know the common names since some are important game and subsistence species and are rarely referred to using scientific names by the public. Postorbital process
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