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Astragalar and calcaneal morphology of the middle Eocene primate Anchomomys frontanyensis (Anchomomy

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Feb 9, 2016.

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    Astragalar and calcaneal morphology of the middle Eocene primate Anchomomys frontanyensis (Anchomomyini): Implications for early primate evolution.
    Marig? J et al
    J Hum Evol. 2016 Feb;91:122-43
     
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  3. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    Is there a cooler word that Astragali? Doubt it.
     
  4. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    Is there a reason we now use talus in humans instead of astrogalus? Rob?
     
  5. One is of Greek origin (astragalus), the other is of Latin origin (talus). See here:
    http://www.anatomyexpert.com/app/structure/96/116/

    While astragalus is a cool word, splanchnic is better.
     
  6. Ros Kidd

    Ros Kidd Active Member

    Ian he doesn't read PA any more.
    Ros
     
  7. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    Cheers Ros

    I can understand why but try and persuade him to have the occasional browse. It would be a loss for the rest of us

    Ian
     
  8. Ros Kidd

    Ros Kidd Active Member

    Yup, I'll pass that on.
    Ros
     
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    Conarticular congruence of the hominoid subtalar joint complex with implications for joint function in Plio-Pleistocene hominins
    Thomas C. Prang
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology; Early View
     
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