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  1. New Species Of Fossil Vampire Bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera, Desmodontidae) From Florida And Venezuela
    By: Morgan, G S - Linares, O J - Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.
    Volume: 101
    Date: 1988
    Page Range: 912--928
    Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington
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  2. Additions to the Pleistocene mammalian fauna from Melbourne, Florida
    By: Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College.
    Volume: 119
    Date: 1958
    Page Range: 419--449
    Publication info: Cambridge, Mass. :The Museum,1863-
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  3. The Extinct Sloth, Megalonyx (Mammalia, Xenarthra), From The United-States Mid-Atlantic Continental-Shelf
    By: Mcdonald, H G - Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.
    Volume: 103
    Date: 1990
    Page Range: 1--5
    Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington
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  4. Fusion of cervical vertebrae in the Erethizontidae and Dinomyidae
    By: Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Breviora.
    Volume: 97
    Date: 1958
    Page Range: 1--11
    Publication info: Cambridge, Mass. :Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University,[1952-
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  5. A Giant Extinct Insectivore From Cuba Mammalia Insectivora Solenodontidae
    By: Morgan, G S - Ray, C E - Arredondo, O
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.
    Volume: 93
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 597--608
    Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington
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  6. A metapodial of Acratocnus (Edentata: Megalonychidae) from a cave in Hispaniola
    By: Hooijer, D A - Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.
    Volume: 77
    Date: 1964
    Page Range: 253--257
    Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington
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  7. A new capromyid rodent from the Quaternary of Hispaniola
    By: Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Breviora.
    Volume: 203
    Date: 1964
    Page Range: 1--4
    Publication info: Cambridge, Mass. :Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University,[1952-
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  8. The Origin Of The Hawaiian Monk Seal
    By: Repenning, C A - Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.
    Volume: 89
    Date: 1977
    Page Range: 667--688
    Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington
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  9. The Pleistocene vertebrate fauna of Reddock, Florida
    By: Gut, H J - Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 26
    Date: 1964
    Page Range: 315--328
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  10. The Relationships Of Hemicaulodon effodiens Mammalia Odobenidae
    By: Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.
    Volume: 88
    Date: 1975
    Page Range: 281--304
    Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington
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  11. The taxonomic status of Heptaxodon and dental ontogeny in Elasmodontomys and Ablyrhiza (Rodentia: Caviomorpha)
    By: Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College.
    Volume: 131
    Date: 1964
    Page Range: 107--127
    Publication info: Cambridge, Mass. :The Museum,1863-
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  12. Trichecodon huxleyi (Mammalia: Odobenidae) in the Pleistocene of southeastern United States
    By: Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College.
    Volume: 122
    Date: 1960
    Page Range: 127--142
    Publication info: Cambridge, Mass. :The Museum,1863-
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  13. Variation in the number of marginal tooth positions in three species of iguanid lizards
    By: Ray, C E
    Type: Article
    In: Breviora.
    Volume: 236
    Date: 1965
    Page Range: 1--15
    Publication info: Cambridge, Mass. :Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University,[1952-
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