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by Rikki Walker

Author: Rikki Walker
Language: English
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers (January 1, 1980)
Pages: 285 pages
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Rating: 4.1
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A guide to post-cranial bones of East African animals Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove A guide to post-cranial bones of East African animals from your list? A guide to post-cranial bones of East African animals. Published 1985 by Hylochoerus Press in Norwich. Anatomy, Atlases, Bones, Mammals. Seven leaves of plates in pocket. Errata slip tipped in. Classifications.

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A Guide to Post-Cranial Bones of East African Animals – Mrs Walker’s Bone Book. Hylochoerus Press: Norwich.

You can never replace the work with a reference collection by using books. A Guide to Post-Cranial Bones of East African Animals – Mrs Walker’s Bone Book. Wilson, B. Grigson, C. and Payne, S. (ed.

East Africa comprises a range of habitats that provide living space for more than 360 diverse species of mammal. This compact guide covers all of the common and some of the less common mammal species of the region

This is an excellent book. Despite a complete lack of cranial bones. The body of the book is illustrations of skeletal elements and articular surfaces of major European domesticates and several wild mammal species (deer and bear).

This is an excellent book. It does cover them in writing with a small section of horn vs antlers and a few illustrations of cranial sutures. Some very nice descriptions about the bones that compare and contrast features that make it easy to understand differences to make identification. The illustrations of teeth match the ones found in Teeth by the same author. This compact guide covers all of the common and some of the less common mammal species of the region

A Guide to Post-Cranial Bones of East African Animals Rikki Walker. 2. Publisher : Blackwell Science Inc Release Date

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Its limb bones are remarkably gracile compared to fossils of the earlier genera Pseudaelurus, Miopanthera, and . Argot C (2003) Functional adaptations of the postcranial skeleton of two Miocene borhyaenoids (Mamalia, Metatheria), Borhyaena and Prothylacinus, from South America.

Its limb bones are remarkably gracile compared to fossils of the earlier genera Pseudaelurus, Miopanthera, and Styriofelis, and comparable in cursorial adaptations to the wildcat, very different from extant arboreal cats. Palaeontology 46: 1213–1267CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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