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" ... the nostril does not take place until very much later, or apparently just before the young takes to the water. As previously noted by Mr. Pycraft, a trace of the nostril remains in the shape of a minute orifice closed by horn. My own interpretation... "
Notes on the Osteology and Relationship of the Fossil Birds of the Genera ... - Page 550
by Frederic Augustus Lucas - 1903
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Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume 26

United States National Museum - Science - 1903
...minute orifice closed by horn. My own interpretation of the maxillo-palatines differs from that of Mi1. Pycraft, a fact which I regret, as he is usually right;...present instance, the maxillo-palatines are so clearly defined in the nestling that 1 have no choice in the matter. The collections of the United States National...
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