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The Development of the Vertebrate Skull

£100.00

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Need to know the morphology of fully formed chondocranium of Canis?
The origin of the visceral cartliges?
The position of the parietal bone in Lepidosteus?
Well then you need The Development of the Vertebrate Skull by GR De Beer.
We have a First Edition-1937-Hardcover
Publisher: Oxford University at The Clarendon Press.
701 pages with 143 plates(Images)
The Condition is fair,as the cover is stained and the spine is coming away a bit, and could do with some glue.
the pages are all good with some Yellowing(Understandable for its age)
Price is £100

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Author(s):
GR De Beer
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
701
Publisher:
Clarendon Press, Oxford
Title:
The Development of the Vertebrate Skull

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Need to know the morphology of fully formed chondocranium of Canis?
The origin of the visceral cartliges?
The position of the parietal bone in Lepidosteus?
Well then you need The Development of the Vertebrate Skull by GR De Beer.
We have a First Edition-1937-Hardcover
Publisher: Oxford University at The Clarendon Press.
701 pages with 143 plates(Images)
The Condition is fair,as the cover is stained and the spine is coming away a bit, and could do with some glue.
the pages are all good with some Yellowing(Understandable for its age)
Price is £100

Author(s):
GR De Beer
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
701
Publisher:
Clarendon Press, Oxford
Title:
The Development of the Vertebrate Skull

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