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  1. Basicranial anatomy of Herpetotherium (Marsupialia, Didelphimorphia) from the Eocene of Wyoming. American Museum novitates ; no. 3235
    By: Gabbert, Sherri L.
    Publication info: New York, NY : American Museum of Natural History 1998
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Eocene  Evolution.   Herpetotherium  Mammals, Fossil  Middle ear  Opossums, Fossil  Paleontology  Skull  Wyoming  
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  2. Brachyerix, a Miocene hedgehog from western North America, with a description of the tympanic regions of Paraechinus and Podogymnura. American Museum novitates ; no. 2477
    By: Rich, Pat Vickers. - Rich, Thomas H. V.
    Publication info: New York, N.Y. : American Museum of Natural History 1971
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Anatomy  Brachyerix incertis  Brachyerix macrotis  Hedgehogs  Hedgehogs, Fossil  Mammals, Fossil  Middle ear  Miocene  Paleontology  Paraechinus  Podogymnura  West (U.S.)  
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  3. Comparative postnatal ontogeny of the skull in Dromiciops gliroides (Marsupialia, Microbiotheriidae). American Museum novitates ; no. 3460
    By: Abdala, Fernando. - Flores, David A. - Giannini, Norberto P.
    Publication info: New York, NY : American Museum of Natural History 2004
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: allometry  Anatomy  Development  Dromiciops gliroides  Growth  Mammals  Marsupials  Microbiotheriidae  Middle ear  Morphology  Ontogeny  phylogeny.  Skull  South America  
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  4. External and middle ear characteristics of primates, with reference to tarsier-anthropoid affinities. American Museum novitates ; no. 2787
    By: Packer, David J. - Sarmiento, Esteban E.
    Publication info: New York, N.Y. : American Museum of Natural History 1984
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Anatomy  Ear  Ear, External  Mammals  Middle ear  phylogeny.  Primates  Tarsius  
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  5. Middle-ear ossicles of the multituberculate Kryptobaatar from the Mongolian late Cretaceous : implications for mammaliamorph relationships and the evolution of the auditory apparatus. American Museum novitates ; no. 3187
    By: Mongolyn Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany Akademi. - Novacek, Michael J. - Rougier, Guillermo W. - Wible, John R.
    Publication info: New York, N.Y. : American Museum of Natural History 1996
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Cretaceous  Ear ossicles  Kryptobaatar  Mammals, Fossil  Middle ear  Mongolia  Multituberculata  Paleontology  
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  6. The serrialis bone, interparietals, "X" elements, entotympanics, and the composition of the notoungulate caudal cranium. (Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, no. 384)
    By: MacPhee, R. D. E.
    Publication info: American Museum of Natural History. 2014-01-06
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Cranial sutures  Extinct mammals  Middle ear  Notoungulata  Skull  South America.   Ungulates  
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  7. Die Tympanalgegend des Säugetierschädels / von P.N. van Kampen.
    By: Kampen, Pieter Nicolaas van,
    Publication info: Leipzig :W. Engelmann,1905.
    Contributed by: Smithsonian Libraries
    Subjects: Anatomy  Mammals  Middle ear  
    BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries
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