Table 1. | Geological and taphonomic context for the new hominin species Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa

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Geological and taphonomic context for the new hominin species Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa

Table 1.

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James Cook University, Australia; University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa; University of Johannesburg, South Africa; University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States; Simon Fraser University, Canada; University of Colorado Denver, United States; Duke University, United States; Texas A&M University, United States; University of Zurich, Switzerland; American University, United States
Table 1.

Element distribution patterns recording the Minimum Number of Individual and Indentifiable Elements (MNIE) for skeletal parts of the H. naledi assemblage from the Dinaledi Chamber

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.09561.015

ElementMNIE left--MNIE right
Mandible7
Calvaria6
C12
C22
Other cervical3
Thoracic13
Lumbar3
First rib2
Second rib11
Sternum1
Clavicle32
Scapula23
Humerus35
Radius24
Ulna23
Scaphoid13
Lunate12
Capitate12
Trapezoid12
Trapezium12
Triquetral1
MC143
MC234
MC333
MC41
MC511
Proximal manual phalanges35
Intermediate manual phalanges27
Distal manual phalanges14
Ilium45
Ischium45
Pubis32
Sacrum1
Coccyx1
Femur59
Patella4
Tibia45
Fibula44
Talus62
Calcaneus22
Navicular33
Medial cuneiform30
Intermediate cuneiform34
Lateral cuneiform21
Cuboid12
MT133
MT213
MT322
MT413
MT53
Proximal pedal phalanges12
Intermediate pedal phalanges14
Distal pedal phalanges6