Assembled upper limb quantitative data and intermembral (IM) indices for cretins of three different age groups, <i>Homo floresiensis</i> and other species.

<p>Individual values are provided except where sample sizes are large enough to give mean and standard deviations. Abbreviation for each variable is provided for vector diagrams in <a href="" target="_blank">Figures 2</a>, <a href="" target="_blank">3</a>. Data sourced from (1) this study, Basle Museum of Natural History, (2) ref. <a href="" target="_blank">[9]</a>, (3) ref. <a href="" target="_blank">[9]</a>, (4) ref. <a href="" target="_blank">[10]</a>, (5) refs. <a href="" target="_blank">[35]</a>–<a href="" target="_blank">[36]</a> (6) ref. <a href="" target="_blank">[37]</a> (7) data gifted to CEO by A.H.Schultz, (8) materials at UWA and CEO.</p>