A history of digit identification in the manus of theropods (including Aves)

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A history of digit identification in the manus of theropods (including Aves). / Hansen, Kasper Lykke.

Dinosaurs and other extinct saurians: a historical perspective. red. / R. T. J. Moody; E. Buffetaut; D. Naish; D. M. Martill. Geological Society, 2010. s. 265-275 (Geological Society Special Publication; Nr. 343).

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Hansen, KL 2010, A history of digit identification in the manus of theropods (including Aves). i RTJ Moody, E Buffetaut, D Naish & DM Martill (red), Dinosaurs and other extinct saurians: a historical perspective. Geological Society, Geological Society Special Publication, nr. 343, s. 265-275. https://doi.org/10.1144/SP343.16

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Hansen, K. L. (2010). A history of digit identification in the manus of theropods (including Aves). I R. T. J. Moody, E. Buffetaut, D. Naish, & D. M. Martill (red.), Dinosaurs and other extinct saurians: a historical perspective (s. 265-275). Geological Society. Geological Society Special Publication, Nr. 343 https://doi.org/10.1144/SP343.16

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Hansen KL. A history of digit identification in the manus of theropods (including Aves). I Moody RTJ, Buffetaut E, Naish D, Martill DM, red., Dinosaurs and other extinct saurians: a historical perspective. Geological Society. 2010. s. 265-275. (Geological Society Special Publication; Nr. 343). https://doi.org/10.1144/SP343.16

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Hansen, Kasper Lykke. / A history of digit identification in the manus of theropods (including Aves). Dinosaurs and other extinct saurians: a historical perspective. red. / R. T. J. Moody ; E. Buffetaut ; D. Naish ; D. M. Martill. Geological Society, 2010. s. 265-275 (Geological Society Special Publication; Nr. 343).

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