Internal mandibular morphology in extant and extinct sirenians
Inner ear morphology in wild vs laboratory mice
3D models related to the publication: Shape diversity in conodont elements, a quantitative study using 3D topography
3D models related to the publication: The inner ear of caviomorph rodents: phylogenetic implications and application to extinct West Indian taxa.
Léa Da Cunha , Lázaro W. Viñola López , Ross D. E. MacPhee, Leonardo Kerber , Jorge Velez-Juarbe , Pierre-Olivier Antoine , Myriam Boivin , Lionel Hautier , Renaud Lebrun , Laurent Marivaux and Pierre-Henri FabrePublished online: 31/10/2023
Keywords: fossils; Heptaxodontidae; inner ear; rodents; West Indies
This contribution contains the three-dimensional models of the inner ear of the hetaxodontid rodents Amblyrhiza, Clidomys and Elasmodontomys from the West Indies. These specimens were analyzed and discussed in : The inner ear of caviomorph rodents: phylogenetic implications and application to extinct West Indian taxa.
Amblyrhiza inundata 11842 View specimen
Clidomys sp NA View specimen
Elasmodontomys obliquus 17127 View specimen
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Published in Volume 09, issue 04 (2023)