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2006.Smith Age Of Lice

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V. S. Smith, Tom Ford, Kevin Johnson, Paul Johnson, Kazunori Yoshizawa, & Roderic D. M. Page. The Diversification of Lice: Age

V. S. Smith, Tom Ford, Kevin Johnson, Paul Johnson, Kazunori Yoshizawa, & Roderic D. M. Page. The Diversification of Lice: Age

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  • 1. The Diversification of Lice: Age Vincent S. Smith with Tom Ford, Kevin Johnson, Paul Johnson, Kazunori Yoshizawa, and Roderic D. M. Page
  • 2. First fossil louse • Collected Eckfeld maar near Eifel, Germany • Middle Eocene (Middle Lutetian, 44.3±0.4 Ma) • First fossil louse • Completes ordinal representation of fossil insects • Excellent preservation • Phylogenetic affinities with modern feather lice Wappler, Smith Dalgleish Proc. R. Soc., 2004.
  • 3. First fossil louse Wappler, Smith Dalgleish Proc. R. Soc., 2004.
  • 4. First fossil louse Wappler, Smith Dalgleish Proc. R. Soc., 2004.

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