2014
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-736x2014001300013 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Resumo: O crânio representa o segmento com conspícuas adaptações que, nos lagartos, podem ser conservativas ou impulsionadas por pressões seletivas. Objetivando subsidiar o conhecimento morfológico dos répteis, fornecemos uma descrição detalhada dos ossos que formam o neurocrânio de Iguana iguana iguana com base na análise de três esqueletos secos de espécimes adultos. O crânio da referia espécie possui características basais entre os lagartos sem o fechamento das aberturas cranianas e formato geral triangular… Show more

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“… Alligator mississippiensis – Rowe et al (); Diplometopon zarudnyi – Abo‐Eleneen et al (); Erythrosuchus africanus – Gower (); Euparkeria capensis – Gower & Weber (); Iguana iguana – Lima et al (); Lesothosaurus diagnosticus – Sereno (); Meiolania platyceps – Gaffney (); Nothosaurus sp. – Rieppel (); Palaeoherpeton ( Palaeogyrinus of Romer, ) – Romer (); Pogona vitticeps – Ollonen et al (); Proganochelys quenstedti – Gaffney (); Bhullar & Bever (); Pseudemys texana – Bever (); Seymoria – Romer (); Spinophorosaurus nigerensis – Knoll et al (); Shinisaurus crocodilurus – Bever et al (); Sphenodon punctatus – Romer (); Sobral et al (); Stenonychosaurus inequalis – Currie (); Sternotherus oderatus – Bever (); Trachylepis laevis – Paluh & Bauer (); Tupinambis nigropunctatus – Jollie (); Youngina capensis – Gardner et al (); Varanus exanthematicus – Rieppel & Zaher (); Varanus prisca – Head et al (). …”
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“… Alligator mississippiensis – Rowe et al (); Diplometopon zarudnyi – Abo‐Eleneen et al (); Erythrosuchus africanus – Gower (); Euparkeria capensis – Gower & Weber (); Iguana iguana – Lima et al (); Lesothosaurus diagnosticus – Sereno (); Meiolania platyceps – Gaffney (); Nothosaurus sp. – Rieppel (); Palaeoherpeton ( Palaeogyrinus of Romer, ) – Romer (); Pogona vitticeps – Ollonen et al (); Proganochelys quenstedti – Gaffney (); Bhullar & Bever (); Pseudemys texana – Bever (); Seymoria – Romer (); Spinophorosaurus nigerensis – Knoll et al (); Shinisaurus crocodilurus – Bever et al (); Sphenodon punctatus – Romer (); Sobral et al (); Stenonychosaurus inequalis – Currie (); Sternotherus oderatus – Bever (); Trachylepis laevis – Paluh & Bauer (); Tupinambis nigropunctatus – Jollie (); Youngina capensis – Gardner et al (); Varanus exanthematicus – Rieppel & Zaher (); Varanus prisca – Head et al (). …”
Section: Discussionmentioning