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Studies in chelonian osteology Part I Truss and arch analogies in chelonian pelves Part II The morphological relationships between the girdles, ribs and carapace








Studies in chelonian osteology Part I Truss and arch analogies in chelonian pelves Part II The morphological relationships between the girdles, ribs and carapace



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Ruckes, H., 1929: Studies in Chelonian Osteology. I. Truss and Arch Analogies in Chelonian Pelves. pp. 31-80 text-figs. & 4 pls. II. The Morphological relationships between the girdles, ribs and carapace, pp. 81-119 text-figs. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 31

Williams, H., 1873: Comparison of the muscles of the Chelonian and Human shoulder girdles. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy, II 301

Burke A.C., 1985: Morphogenesis of the chelonian carapace. American Zoologist 25(4): 94A

Woodward Arthur Smith, 1939: A supposed chelonian carapace from the Permian. Considers the specimen described by F. M. Bergounioux as Archaeochelys pougeti n. g. n. sp. to be a septarian nodule.

Paperna, I., 1989: Developmental cycle of chelonian haemogregarines in leeches with extra-intestinal multiple sporozoite oocysts and a note on the blood stages in the chelonian hosts. Gametocytes and oocysts of Haemogregarina pelusiensi and Haemogregarina sp. are described from the leeches Placobdella multistrigata and P. costata, which had fed on naturally infected Pelusios sinuatus from South Africa and Mauremys caspica from...

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Kuchling, Gerald, 1997: Restoration of epidermal scute patterns during regeneration of the chelonian carapace. Adult individuals of many chelonian populations may experience damage to their carapace which can regenerate. In terrestrial chelonians, extensive damage and regeneration of the carapace occur relatively frequently as a result of fire. In contrast...

Hay, O.P., 1898: On Protostega, the systematic position of Dermochelys, and the Morphogeny of the Chelonian carapace and plastron. O. P. HAY, Amer. Nat. xxxii, pp. 929-950, figg., writes on Protostega, and discusses the systematic position of Dermochelys and the morpnogeny of the Chelonian carapace and plastron.

Procter, J.B., 1922: A study of the remarkable Tortoise, Testudo loveridgii Blgr, and the morphogeny of the Chelonian Carapace. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 483-526

Martin, H.N.; Moale, W.A., 1881: Handbook of Vertebrate Dissection. Part I. How to dissect a Chelonian. Unknown