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A Cuvierian principle in palaeontology tested by evidences of an extinct leonine mammal (Thylacoleo carnifex) / by Professor Owen.
- Owen, Richard, Sir, 1804-1892.
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Also known as
On the fossil mammals of Australia
Dentition and mandible of Thylacoleo carnifex
London : Printed by Taylor and Francis, 1871.
pages 213-266, plates xi-xiv : illustrations ; 29 cm
'From the Philosophical Transactions, Part I, 1871'
Caption title and running head: On the fossil mammals of Australia. Pt. IV. Dentition and mandible of Thylacoleo carnifex, with remarks on the arguments for its herbivority
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