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Potential hominin affinities of Graecopithecus from the Late Miocene of Europe

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Robusticity and dimensions of the mandibular corpus in G. freybergi and O. macedoniensis.

a, Mandibular robusticity index (RI = corpus breadth/height) in different tooth positions of G. freybergi compared to female and male O. macedoniensis (RPL-54, NKT-21, RPL-90, RPL-80, RPL-56, RPL-75, RPL-89, RPL-94; [47, 48] and this study). b, Corpus breadth and c, Corpus height in different tooth positions of G. freybergi, O. macedoniensis (RPL-54, NKT-21, RPL-90, RPL-80, RPL-56, RPL-75, RPL-89, RPL-94; [47, 48] and this study) and Au. afarensis [52]. In G. freybergi, the mandibular corpus is laterally crushed and is close to the real breadth only posterior to the left m2. Minimum estimations are indicated with dashed line. See also S2 Fig and S1 Table.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0177127.g002