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Patterns of ossification in the skeleton of Liolaemus quilmes (Iguania: Tropiduridae)

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Observations of the cranial and postcranial development in Liolaemus quilmes were made. The general pattern of ossification in L. quilmes is similar to that of L. scapularis, but some sequences of ossification differ. In L. quilme, ossification of the postcranium begins early in development relative to the skull.

Affiliations: 1: Facultad de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Miguel Lillo 205, 4.000, Tucumán, Argentina; 2: Facultad de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Miguel Lillo 205, 4.000, Tucumán, Argentina, Instituto de Herpetologia, Fundación Miguel Lillo-CONICET, Miguel Lillo 251, 4.000, Tucumán, Argentina, Email: herpetol@untmre.edu.ar; 3: Instituto de Herpetologia, Fundación Miguel Lillo-CONICET, Miguel Lillo 251, 4.000, Tucumán, Argentina, Email: herpetol@untmre.edu.ar

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2017-05-25

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