Description of cranial remains from Whangarei, New Zealand
[Excerpt from first page]. ... After I had pieced together the fragments marked "B" I found that they and those marked "A" all belonged to the same skull. The amount of skull present made it possible for one to make a far greater number of measurements for comparison, and gave a fairly accurate idea of its peculiarities (Pl. xxxii., fig. 1). Etc.
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