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K. Christopher Beard Wikidata

Beard, Kenneth Christopher 1962- German National Library ISNI

Beard, K. Christopher National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO

Beard, Chris BIBSYS

Beard, K. Christopher (Kenneth Christopher), 1962- Sudoc [ABES], France

VIAF ID: 119868122 (Personal)

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Cranial remains of an Eocene tarsier. Wikidata
Cuboid morphology of a basal anthropoid from the Eocene of China. Wikidata
Dawn of the age of mammals in Asia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel Sudoc [ABES], France
The hunt for the dawn monkey, 2004: National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS
Late eocene sivaladapid primate from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China. Wikidata
Late middle Eocene epoch of Libya yields earliest known radiation of African anthropoids. Wikidata
Mammalian paleontology on a global stage : papers in honor of Mary R. Dawson Library of Congress/NACO
New fossils from the Paleogene of central Libya illuminate the evolutionary history of endemic African anomaluroid rodents Wikidata
A new species of Apidium (Anthropoidea, Parapithecidae) from the Sirt Basin, central Libya: First record of Oligocene primates from Libya. Wikidata
Origin and radiation of modern chiroptera : involvement of the paleogene faunas from North Africa and South Asia. Sudoc [ABES], France
Origine et radiation des chiroptères modernes : implication des faunes paléogènes d'Afrique du Nord et d'Asie du Sud Sudoc [ABES], France
Paleontology. East of Eden at the Paleocene/Eocene boundary. Wikidata
Talar morphology, phylogenetic affinities, and locomotor adaptation of a large-bodied amphipithecid primate from the late middle eocene of Myanmar. Wikidata
Taxonomic status of purported primate frontal bones from the Eocene Pondaung Formation of Myanmar. Wikidata
Uniquely derived upper molar morphology of Eocene Amphipithecidae (Primates: Anthropoidea): homology and phylogeny. Wikidata

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