Capítulos de Libros 2012

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Alba, D.M. (2012). Anoiapithecus and Pierolapithecus. In: McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology. McGraw-Hill, New York: 23-26.

Carter, J.G., Harries, P.J., Malchus, N., Sartori, A.F., Anderson, L.C.,Bieler, R., Bogan, A.E., Coan, E.V., Cope, J.C.W., Cragg, S.M., García-March, J.R., Hylleberg, J., Kelley, P., Kleeman, K., Kriz, J., McRoberts, C., Mikkelsen, P.M., Pojeta, J.J., Tëmkin, I., Yancey, Y. & Zieritz, A. (2012). Illustrated glossary of the Bivalvia. (Chapter 31). In: Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Treatise Online. Part N, Bivalvia, Revised. Volume 1. Treatise Online 48:1-209.

Hilgen, F.J., Lourens, L.J. & Van Dam, J.A. (2012). The Neogene Period (chapter 29). In: Gradstein, F.M., Ogg, J.G., Schmitz, M.D. & Ogg, G.M. (eds). The Geologic Time Scale 2012. Volume 1.

Marmi J. & Luján À.H. (2012). An overview of the threatened phylogenetic diversity of living Testudines based on a review of the complex evolutionary history of turtles. In: Cosgorve M.J. & Roe S.A. (Eds.) Turtles: Anatomy, Ecology and Conservation. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York: pp. 117-150.

Scheyer, T.M., Werneburg, I., Mitgutsch, C., Delfino, M. & Sánchez-Villagra, M.R. (2012). Three ways to tackle the turtle: integrating fossils, comparative embryology and microanatomy. In: Brinkman, D.B., Holroyd, P.A. & Gardner, J.D. (eds). Morphology and Evolution of Turtles. Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology Series. Springer Science & Business Media, Dordrecht. Pp. 63-70.

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