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| The author suggests an "estimated age is 31 days", that would be Carnegie stage 14. The appearance of the upper and lower limb buds are more like a later Carnegie stage 16 embryo occurring in week 6, 37 - 42 days, CRL 8 - 11 mm.
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Streeter GL. The peripheral nervous system in the human embryo at the end of the first month (10 mm) (1908) Amer. J Anat. 8(1): 285–302.
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