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In situ eggs within the Comahue campus.

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posted on 17.04.2013, 01:18 by Mariela S. Fernández, Rodolfo A. García, Lucas Fiorelli, Alejandro Scolaro, Rodrigo B. Salvador, Carlos N. Cotaro, Gary W. Kaiser, Gareth J. Dyke

In situ association in bedding plane (a), inset of single egg in position (b), egg half-buried in sediment (typical for almost all eggs collected) (c), close up lateral view of same egg showing degree of asymmetry (d).