Avian cerebellar floccular fossa size is not a proxy for flying ability in birds

Stig A. Walsh, Andrew N. Iwaniuk, Monja A. Knoll, Estelle Bourdon, Paul M. Barrett, Angela C. Milner, Robert L. Nudds, Richard L. Abel, Patricia Dello Sterpaio

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