A Postcranial Guide to Domestic Neo-natal and Juvenile Mammals: The Identification and Aging of Old World Species, Parts 1-2

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B.A.R., 1989 - Agriculture, Prehistoric - 380 pages
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Based on a C.U.N.Y. Ph.D. thesis and concerned with the ways of ageing immature animals. Methods are discussed, tables of fusion and dental data are presented, and line drawings of juvenile morphology abound. The latter are designed to complement Elizabeth Schmid's illustrations of adult domestic mammals (Atlas of Animal Bones, 1972). A useful reference work, but extravagant in its use of space.

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Thomas Amorosi

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