Assembled upper limb quantitative data and intermembral (IM) indices for cretins of three different age groups, Homo floresiensis and other species.
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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 Figures 2, 3. Data sourced from (1) this study, Basle Museum of Natural History, (2) ref. , (3) ref. , (4) ref. , (5) refs. – (6) ref.  (7) data gifted to CEO by A.H.Schultz, (8) materials at UWA and CEO.