alexa The Recognition of Primate Phylogeny and Osseous Affliction: When Primates are Lionized

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The Recognition of Primate Phylogeny and Osseous Affliction: When Primates are Lionized

Skulls contain the preponderance of criteria/characteristics used identification of skeletons. This is especially true for primates of both human and non-human lineages. When that shape is altered, reliable identification is less assured.

Citation: Rothschild B (2015) The Recognition of Primate Phylogeny and Osseous Affliction: When Primates are Lionized. J Primatol 4:e128. 

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