Virginia Abdala, Ph. D.

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Instituto Miguel Lillo 
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Fontanarrosa G, Daza JD, Abdala V. (2018) Cretaceous fossil gecko hand reveals a strikingly modern scansorial morphology: Qualitative and biometric analysis of an amber-preserved lizard hand Cretaceous Research. 84: 120-133
Montero R, Daza JD, Bauer AM, et al. (2017) How common are cranial sesamoids among squamates? Journal of Morphology
Daza JD, Gamble T, Abdala V, et al. (2017) Cool Geckos: Does Plesiomorphy Explain Morphological Similarities between Geckos from the Southern Cone? Journal of Herpetology. 51: 330
Abdala V, Grizante MB, Diogo R, et al. (2015) Musculoskeletal anatomical changes that accompany limb reduction in lizards. Journal of Morphology. 276: 1290-310
Diogo R, Walsh S, Smith C, et al. (2015) Towards the resolution of a long-standing evolutionary question: muscle identity and attachments are mainly related to topological position and not to primordium or homeotic identity of digits. Journal of Anatomy. 226: 523-9
Corina Vera M, Laura Ponssa M, Abdala V. (2015) Further Data on Sesamoid Identity from Two Anuran Species. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Pereira AG, Abdala V, Kohlsdorf T. (2015) Function and position determine relative proportions of different fiber types in limb muscles of the lizard Tropidurus psammonastes. Zoology (Jena, Germany). 118: 27-33
Amador LI, Abdala V, Giannini NP. (2015) Homology of the chiropteran "dactylopatagium" brevis Mammalian Biology. 80: 447-450
Abdala V, Tulli MJ, Russell AP, et al. (2014) Anatomy of the crus and pes of neotropical iguanian lizards in relation to habitat use and digitally based grasping capabilities. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007). 297: 397-409
Carrizo LV, Tulli MJ, Dos Santos DA, et al. (2014) Interplay between postcranial morphology and locomotor types in Neotropical sigmodontine rodents. Journal of Anatomy. 224: 469-81
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