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The vestigial teeth of miniopterus fraterculus and miniopterus inflatus


, : The vestigial teeth of miniopterus fraterculus and miniopterus inflatus. South African Journal of Zoology 20(4): 250-252

Both Miniopterus fraterculus and Miniopterus inflatus have a vestigial tooth on the maxilla situated between the canine and following premolar.

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DOI: 10.1080/02541858.1985.11447944

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