(Received 2 March 1987; accepted 11 June 1987)
Published Online: March
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Particular features of a skeleton discovered near Dade City, Florida, are consistent with the stresses of a life of migrant citrus laboring. In particular, unusual aspects of the right shoulder skeleton are not manifested bilaterally. Ethnographic data, radiographs from a living citrus worker, and the police investigation also support the hypothesis that these remains were derived from an individual who spent significant time as a citrus fruit picker.
Associate professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Medical examiner, Circuit VI-Florida, Largo, FL
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