Data from: Does morphology reflect osteohistology-based ontogeny? A case study of Late Cretaceous pterosaur jaw symphyses from Hungary reveals hidden taxonomic diversity

 

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Prondvai E, Bodor ER, Ősi A (2014) Does morphology reflect osteohistology-based ontogeny? A case study of Late Cretaceous pterosaur jaw symphyses from Hungary reveals hidden taxonomic diversity. Paleobiology Spring 2014: 288-321. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/13030

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Prondvai E, Bodor ER, Ősi A (2014) Data from: Does morphology reflect osteohistology-based ontogeny? A case study of Late Cretaceous pterosaur jaw symphyses from Hungary reveals hidden taxonomic diversity. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k7686
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