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Changing Times, Changing Places: Heterochrony and Heterotopy - Beyond Heterochrony: The Evolution of Development. Edited by Miriam Zelditch. Wiley-Liss, New York. 2001. 371 pages. Cloth $99.95. - The odyssey of heterochrony is exceedingly curious (Gould 1977: p. 221).

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Kenneth J. McNamara*
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Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Western Australian Museum, Francis Street, Perth, Western Australia 6000. E-mail: ken.mcnamara@museum.wa.gov.au

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