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Hi all, I have this slab that is composed of a mix of sandstone and clay matrix. One side is more heavily composed of sandstone while the other half is more clay. In the sandstone side is a well preserved mandible from Aepycamelus sp. seen from the lateral aspect. It was crushed along the sagittal plane allowing us to see the medial, lingual aspect of the other side of the mandible from behind. Because the mandible is crushed, I feel this piece would be best suited at a slab specimen, if you guys have any opinion please share. Now, the clay rich side appears to not have preserved as well but t
Hi all, I know this topic has been hammered pretty hard but I just don’t feel I’ve seen the answers I’m looking for. I have a few long bones I’m gluing back together with some Paraloid B-72, and I was hoping to get advice on reversible materials I can use to patch the missing holes. I’d like the color to generally match but still have it be obvious it’s a repair. Also, what do you all store your paraloid solutions in, I’ve tried mason jars but those seals dissolve so quickly! I need something to get in and out of quickly as some of these long bones have taken over 20hrs of prep and