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   Haplorrhini 

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1.  New middle Eocene omomyines (Primates, Haplorhini) from San Diego County, California.LinkIT
Atwater AL, Kirk EC
Journal of human evolution, 2018
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=0

2.  HERV-W group evolutionary history in non-human primates: characterization of ERV-W orthologs in Catarrhini and related ERV groups in Platyrrhini.LinkIT
Grandi N, Cadeddu M, Blomberg J, Mayer J, Tramontano E
BMC evolutionary biology, 2018
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3.  Endocranial morphology of Microchoerus erinaceus (Euprimates, Tarsiiformes) and early evolution of the Euprimates brain.LinkIT
Ramdarshan A, Orliac MJ
American journal of physical anthropology, 2016
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4.  Additional postcranial elements of Teilhardina belgica: the oldest European primate.LinkIT
Gebo DL, Smith R, Dagosto M, Smith T
American journal of physical anthropology, 2015
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5.  Soft-tissue anatomy of the primates: phylogenetic analyses based on the muscles of the head, neck, pectoral region and upper limb, with notes on the evolution of these muscles.LinkIT
Diogo R, Wood B
Journal of anatomy, 2011
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6.  Estimating the phylogeny and divergence times of primates using a supermatrix approach.LinkIT
Chatterjee HJ, Ho SY, Barnes I, Groves C
BMC evolutionary biology, 2009
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7.  Primate phylogeny, evolutionary rate variations, and divergence times: a contribution from the nuclear gene IRBP.LinkIT
Poux C, Douzery EJ
American journal of physical anthropology, 2004
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8.  Ancestral loss of short wave-sensitive cone visual pigment in lorisiform prosimians, contrasting with its strict conservation in other prosimians.LinkIT
Kawamura S, Kubotera N
Journal of molecular evolution, 2004
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9.  Omomyid primates (Tarsiiformes) from the Early Middle Eocene at South Pass, Greater Green River Basin, Wyoming.LinkIT
Muldoon KM, Gunnell GF
Journal of human evolution, 2002
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10.  Toward a phylogenetic classification of Primates based on DNA evidence complemented by fossil evidence.LinkIT
Goodman M, Porter CA, Czelusniak J, Page SL, Schneider H, Shoshani J, Gunnell G, Groves CP
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 1998
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