Aspects of gorgonopsian paleobiology and evolution: insights from the basicranium, occiput, osseous labyrinth, vasculature, and neuroanatomy

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Originally Posted: April 13, 2017

SMU Earth Science professors issue new paper on “Aspects of gorgonopsian paleobiology and evolution: insights from the basicranium, occiput, osseous labyrinth, vasculature, and neuroanatomy.”

 

Araújo R, Fernandez V, Polcyn MJ, Fröbisch J, Martins RMS. (2017Aspects of gorgonopsian paleobiology and evolution: insights from the basicranium, occiput, osseous labyrinth, vasculature, and neuroanatomyPeerJ5:e3119 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.3119

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