Walter C. Hartwig (ed.). 2002. The Primate Fossil Record. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 503 p., cloth, ISBN 0-521-66315-6.

During the last half of the twentieth century, paleontological knowledge of primate evolution grew tremendously and continues today to expand at a (positively) alarmingly rate. Now more than ever, paleoprimatologists are processing a more complex picture of primate evolution and are in need of an organized compendium of up-to-date discoveries and data. The Primate Fossil Record attempts to summarize and present known fossil primate material and current phylogenetic hypotheses. According to the “Preface,” the goal of the present book is to offer...

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