Journal of Mammalian Evolution
The Journal of Mammalian Evolution is a multidisciplinary forum devoted to studies on the comparative morphology, molecular biology, paleobiology, genetics, developmental and reproductive biology, biogeography, systematics, ethology and ecology, and population dynamics of mammals and the ways that these diverse data can be analyzed for the reconstruction of mammalian evolution. The journal publishes high-quality peer-reviewed original articles and reviews derived from both laboratory and field studies. The journal facilitates communication among international researchers in the many fields that contribute to our understanding of mammalian evolutionary biology.
Epaxial Musculature in Armadillos, Sloths, and Opossums: Functional Significance and Implications for the Evolution of Back Muscles in the Xenarthra
An Overview of the Presence of Osteoderms in Sloths: Implications for Osteoderms as a Plesiomorphic Character of the Xenarthra
H. Gregory McDonald (December 2018)
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