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PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE: Use an INTERNATIONAL SCALE when posting images for ID!!!
JohnBrewer posted a topic in Fossil IDEveryone please use an internationally recognised scale in your images. Coins aren’t good enough. How big is s rupee, or a farthing? I dunno. Of course a marmite jar is the same size worldwide Vegimite is NOT internationally recognised. I hope you’re taking notes @Jesuslover340
Buying the correct Microscope for microfossils
Huntlyfossils posted a topic in Micro-paleontologyHello all I'm looking at purchasing a new microscope for my microfossils, I have been recommended Am microscopes. I was looking for a stereo microscope with a good camera for photos and measurements . I have narrowed it down to 12 Amscopes but im now a bit stuck on what I should look for or avoid if anyone has any advise that would be great. Cheers
The Amateur Paleontologist posted a topic in Questions & Answershey everyone.. sorry I keep pestering you guys for theropod measurements - but this is one I can't find anywhere in the literature.. One of the specimens I'm using for my study is the AMNH 7223 Coelophysis; and I need measurements for the furcula of that specimen - Colbert's Coelophysis monograph isn't very helpful, and nor is the Nesbitt et al. 2009 paper on theropod furculae. Any ideas? Thanks for the help. Christian
Help With An Ongoing Research.
PleistoGuy posted a topic in Member CollectionsHi, there. I am seeking for help on an ongoing research. You see, there is two fossil sites in wich I work as a graduate student. We are developing a new method to identify isolated Bison teeth using multivariate statistics. Until now we beign able to differentiate between two ecotypes, a large form and a small form. These are not sexual differences (we alrealy test them and find the sexual difference does not correspond with our findings). The help I need now is if you know someone or directly posess skulls of fossil North American fossil bisons with attached teeth. I only need to identify