International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution
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'Wiesemüller B, Hartmut R, Henke W, 1999: Lower Incisor Shape in Callicebus and Pitheciinae. Anthropologie (Brno) 37, 3: 273-274'.
Callicebus and Pitheciinae resemble each other in the possession of slender, long lower incisors, which can be considered as a synapomorphy. However, statistically the difference from other taxa is blurred, and furthermore comes into conflict with other morphological findings. Therefore, the hypothesis of a sistergroup relationship between these two taxa is questionable.
Phylogeny - Systematics - Morphology - Callicebus - Pitheciinae

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