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Comparative skeletal analysis of genus Dusicyon (South American canidae) with special consideration of late pleistocene Dusicyon sechurae from tar-seep deposits of Talara, Peru, and Salinas, Ecuador
Brenda F. Beebe
|Statement||by Brenda Faye Beebe.|
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 459 leaves, 24 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||459|
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Comparative skeletal analysis of the genus Dusicyon (South American Canidae) with special consideration of the Late Pleistocene Dusicyon sechurae from tar-seep deposits of Talara, Peru and Salinas, Ecuador. Unpublished Ph.D.
dissertation. Toronto: Department of Zoology, University of. As the first book of its kind, Comparative Skeletal Anatomy is a well-organized and useful contribution to the forensic literature. a systematic and logical means of visually comparing the morphology and size of human bones to common animal counterparts.
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