Author Spotlight: How soil features are shaping the bite force and skull morphology in subterranean rodents

The role of soil features in shaping the bite force and related skull and mandible morphology in the subterranean rodents of genus Ctenomys (Hystricognathi: Ctenomyidae) L.R. Borges, R. Maestri, B.B. Kubiak, D. Galiano, R. Fornel and T.R.O. Freitas Tuco-tucos (genus Ctenomys) are subterranean rodents widespread in the southern cone of South America. They are members of the caviomorph lineage (e.g.... Continue Reading →


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