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    • A classification of feline skulls by means of geometric morphometric techniques 

      Parés Casanova, Pere-Miquel; De la Cruz Bueno, Sara (World Science and Research Publishing, 2014-10-25)
      Geometric morphometrics is a powerful tool for the study of morphological variation that possesses numerous advantages over more traditional approaches based on linear measurements. Here, the skull morphologies of 42 adult ...
    • Larger wild felids exhibit longer dental skeletons 

      Parés Casanova, Pere-Miquel; De la Cruz Bueno, Sara (Medlife Scientific Press, 2014-12-27)
      Extant members of the cat family (Felidae) have been considered morphologically skull conservative, i.e., despite great differences in size, there is relatively little variation in the cranial shape. Consequently, felids ...