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Fossil shrews from Honduras and their significance for late glacial evolution in body size (Mammalia: Soricidae: Cryptotis) / Neal Woodman --, Darin A. Croft --.

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Alternative: Fossil shrews from Honduras

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Series: Fieldiana. Geology, new ser., no. 51

Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; 1534

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Book

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Chicago, Ill. :Field Museum of Natural History,2005.

Subjects

Honduras , Shrews, Fossil

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Field Museum Library

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.5213

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Title

Fossil shrews from Honduras and their significance for late glacial evolution in body size (Mammalia: Soricidae: Cryptotis) / Neal Woodman --, Darin A. Croft --.

Title Variants:

Alternative: Fossil shrews from Honduras

Related Titles

Series: Fieldiana. Geology, new ser., no. 51

Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; 1534

By

Woodman, Neal.

Croft, Darin A.

Genre

Book

Publication info

Chicago, Ill. :Field Museum of Natural History,2005.

Notes:

"Accepted April 6, 2005. Published July 20, 2005."

Our study of mammalian remains excavated in the 1940s from McGrew Cave, north of Copán, Honduras, yielded an assemblage of 29 taxa that probably accumulated predominantly as the result of predation by

Abstract also in Spanish.

Fieldiana series has been published as Geological Series by Field Columbian Museum (1895-1909) and Field Museum of Natural History (1909-1943), and as Fieldiana: Geology by Chicago Natural History Mus

Subjects

Honduras , Shrews, Fossil

BHL Collections:

Field Museum Library

Call Number

QE1 .F4 ser.2 no.51

Language

English

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NAL: 500 C432G no. 1534
OCLC: 61281391

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.5213

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publisher = {Chicago, Ill. :Field Museum of Natural History,},
author = {Woodman, Neal. and Croft, Darin A.},
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