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Amniote Origins integrates smooth systematic equipment with experiences of sensible and physiological tactics, and illustrates how reports of paleobiology might be illuminated by way of stories of neonatology. as a result, comparative anatomists and physiologists, practical morphologists, zoologists, and paleontologists will all locate this specific quantity very invaluable. encouraged by means of the possibility of integrating fields that have Read more...

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Rhynchonkos: 38, -39*, -60, -93, -96, -102(3), 118*(2), 119(2), 138*. Node V: 13, -19, 35*, 84*, 85*, 118*, 126*, 143*(3). Brachystelechidae: 8, 12, 22*(2), -69, 120, 148. Node W: -4, 5*(2), 15, 27(2), 28(2), 30(2), 48, -55*, 59, 72*, 75, -82, 87*, 135, 138*,-140*, 153*(2), 156(4). Lysorophia: -9, 23*, 26*(2), -39(1), -56*, 103(2), -104, 106, -108, 118*(3), 144(2). Lissamphibia: 8*(2), 12*, 18, 22*(2), 29*(2), -37, 57*, -67(1), 69(2), 86, 89*, 90, 98*, 106*(2), 115*(2),-117(2), 124(2), 125*, 127*(3), 145*, 146*,-151*.

Eocaecilia: 26*(2), -27, -28, -29*, -30, -35, -53, -60, 71*, -81*, 97*, -102*(3). Gymnophiona: 11(2), 25*, 33, 44*, 54*, -72*, 109(2), 118*(3), 132, 139(2), -150*, 155*(5), 156*(3). Rhinatrematidae: -13, 51, 61*, -81*. Ichthyophiidae: 71*. Salientia: -6(1), 7(2), -12*, 31(4), 54*, 58*, 59(2), 65, 78, 94*, -109, 116(2), -125*, 140*, 143*(4),-144*, 149*. Triadobatrachus: -3(3), -15, -127*(1), 142*(2). Anura: -13*, 25*, 38*, -41*, 44*, 61*, 77*, 127(2), 131*, 139, 147, -153*, 154*(3). Discoglossidae: -32*, -35, 40*, 55*, 97*, 117*(4).

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