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Carnegie stages species comparison
The data in relation to days is only an approximation (an average of the range) due to the variability that occurs in normal developmental. The most common measurement is the crown to rump length (CRL) and the effects of fixation should always be considered when making these measurements.
Based on data compiled by Butler and Juurlink.
- Rhesus Monkey
- Chinese Hamster
- Guinea Pig
|Animal Development: axolotl | bat | cat | chicken | cow | dog | dolphin | echidna | fly | frog | grasshopper | guinea pig | hamster | kangaroo | koala | lizard | medaka | mouse | pig | platypus | rabbit | rat | sea squirt | sea urchin | sheep | worm | zebrafish | life cycles | development timetable | development models | K12|
- Butler, H. and Juurlink, B.H.J. An atlas for staging mammalian and chick embryos. CRC Press Inc., Florida (1987).
- Hendrickx Embryology of the baboon. University of Chicago Press.
- Hendrickx and Sawey Embryology of the rhesus monkey. The Rhesus Monkey, Bourne (ed), Academic Press, NY (1975)
- Theiler, K. The House Mouse: Atlas of Embryonic Development. 1989. New York: Springer-Verlag. ISBN 3 540 05940 7
- Witschi, E. Growth. Altman and Dittmer (ed), Fed. Soc. Exp. Biol., Washington (1962)
- Harman, MT and Dobrovolny, P. he development of the external form of the guinea-pig (Cavia cobaya) between the ages of 11 days and 20 days of gestation. J. of Morphology, (1933) 64, No.3 493-519.
- Edwards, JA. The external development of the rabbit and rat embryo. In: D.H.M. Woollam, Editor, Advances in Teratology Vol. 3, Logos Press, London (1968)
- Marrable , AW. The Embryonic Pig: A Chronological Account. Pitman Medical, London (1971)
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