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Equality for the Sexes in Human Evolution? Early Hominid Sexual Dimorphism and Implications for Mating Systems and Social Behavior

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Equality for the Sexes in Human Evolution? Early Hominid Sexual Dimorphism and Implications for Mating Systems and Social Behavior

Clark Spencer Larsen. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.

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A.L. 288–1 (“Lucy”), the most complete skeleton of Australopithecus afarensis, serves as a morphometric template for determination of sexual dimorphism in other members of the taxon. Original fossil skeleton housed at the National Museum of Ethiopia. Photograph copyright 1985, David L. Brill.

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