A Reexamination of the Forelimb of the Miocene Hominoidea
By Morbeck, Mary Ellen
Pp. xv, 205; 18 full page black-and-white photos, some other text-figures. Publisher’s original dark blue cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, 8vo. This is Dr. Morbeck’s Ph.D. dissertation on a new study of the joint components of the Miocene hominoid forelimb fossils. From this this study she concluded that none of these fossils were brachiators (arm-swingers). From a morphological perspective their bones were more like extant monkeys rather than extant apes. No ownership marks and no signs of use.
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