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Found 25 results

  1. merycoidont lectotype

    madermerycod21257-12488-1-PB.pdf Horrible mistake:of course it's merycoidont The "click and hold option to edit title "doesn't seem to work? EDIT As somone famous once said : "I stand by the mistakes I've made"
  2. attachment sites

    Petermyologosteologyl-2013-Janat.pdf
  3. whole lotta sauropod(Page guitar riff)

    The Chinese colossus: an evaluation of the phylogeny of Ruyangosaurus giganteus and its implications for titanosaur evolution by Nima Sassani and Gunnar Tyler Bivens. here
  4. excellent Mesozoic mammal preservation

    JiLucastoroca06)shortSCIENCE.pdf Remarkable slip by the editors: "brand-and-bound" search. Dentition,ecology,cladistics
  5. bone to pick,slice,FTIR

    sauroplagerstxraytomftircommsreiszhuanglufeng14220.pdf Transient absorption micrograph of rib:
  6. my back hurts

    kompanosteolpatholcetacZM73_099-130.pdf well illustrated
  7. antarctic dinosaur

    plus some phylogenetic testing of megaraptoran affinities,and paleobiological implications smimackovicryolophosantarcdinosaud25.x.pdf Some of you might actually like this(those who like their literature technical)
  8. NOMENCLATURA!!

    wilsikplosone.0017114.pdf Recommended reading for those of us who are into the giants!
  9. why the long neck?

    notaylMI03342016.pdf
  10. hominid,cetacean,adornment

    nothing needs to be added further koearbonewebtahono.pdf
  11. way to go ,Bob

    RCVP&E A book that's been in my bookcase since it was published,and now it is digitized NB: large file a note on quality:scan could have been slightly better,but i've seen some eyesores,and it's a lemon in the basket,anyway. Do not expect anything more than a solid osteology textbook. Pretty solid,as thing go. Given its publication date: scarce or nonexistent histology,no tomographs,no GIS applications in taphonomy,etc. Fot those of you who hate unweighted character states ,branch swapping,and strict consensus trees:not in tHIS book Enjoy
  12. mermaids,manatees,marine mammals

    Sirenian feeding trace: anand_16.pdf
  13. Middle jurassic marine vertebrates

    N.B.:In German Some plesiosaurs in there,good colour pix sachs Bielefeld.pdf
  14. Pike's bite

    i will continue to post on predators,apex or not. Goulet_piscesocidbiomechan2016-Journal_of_Morphology.pdf
  15. shark vertebral column

    This might help a bit in answering questions about shark vertebrae:springerselachpiscevertebraosteologymetricsUSNMP-116_3496_1964.pdf
  16. dinosaur feet

    good piece,and relatively new becpol.pdf
  17. bone to pick

    Tags say it all. Intriguing,to say the least http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/asset?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0119083.PDF
  18. An introduction,albeit short,to bone

    I found this among my vertebrate hard tissue literature. It's concise and pretty good francillEVIEWclassic1990SkeletalTissueon.pdf
  19. big bird

    Structures like these are inherently interesting... Na& Pern 2014 cassohibilogy, evolution.pdf
  20. Good Mosasaur literature

    NB:long download,and only valid until the beginning of november http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/royptb/347/1320/155.full.pdf
  21. gonna roll them bones

    enjoy dinosbonebedtapho31r.pdf
  22. Possible Marine Vertebrate Fossils?

    Amateur fossil hunter. Live in North East Texas, Upshur County very near Camp County, and I found these specimens on our farm, in various places, not all together. From what I've read, this area is Cenozoic > Eocene. I'm noticing some similarities between them, but being a novice, have no idea the orientation they would be positioned on the animal. If I did, I could google lateral view, medial, or caudal view etc, and have a CHANCE of identifying them. But, I don't, so have the proverbial needle in a haystack here The smallest specimen is roughly 3/4" across, and the largest is roughly 2" across, as pictured. Clearly a variety of bones, but similar in that they are thinner on one side and either have a rounded or abruptly thicker side. Would greatly appreciate any pointers. Thank you!
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