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The Fossil Record of Primate Evolution

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By: JG Fleagle
450 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Academic Press
The Fossil Record of Primate Evolution
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  • The Fossil Record of Primate Evolution ISBN: 9780120885992 Edition: 2 Hardback Jul 2008 Out of Print #175628
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Derived from a best seller, "The Fossil Record of Primate Evolution" has been expanded with a focus on primate phylogeny. This updated edition will include information on living primates as a context for discussing the fossils. Special attention will be paid to the molecular classifications of organisms. With copious illustrations, the delineation of primate evolutionary history is logical and consistent. This title is uniquely adapted for scholars looking for a core text in this area. It is revised to focus on primate evolution and brings together the very latest information that is available. It features ample tables and illustrations that complement the text. Helpful ancillary materials include a comprehensive glossary and a classification chart of order primates.

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John Fleagle is a primatologist whose research combines field studies and functional morpho-logical analysis. He is interested in the adaptive radiation of primates during the last 50 mil-lion years. He has conducted paleobiological research in Egypt, Argentina, and Ethiopia and has studied living primates in Malaysia, Surinam, Brazil and Madagascar. Fleagle is a MacArthur Fellow. He is the author of the textbook Primate Adaptation and Evolution, and the Editor of Evolutionary Anthropology.
Out of Print
By: JG Fleagle
450 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Academic Press
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