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Evolutionary stasis in Homo erectus? Estimating stasis, can a null hypothesis be too null?; discussion and reply



Evolutionary stasis in Homo erectus? Estimating stasis, can a null hypothesis be too null?; discussion and reply



Paleobiology 8(3): 307




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