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Hey gang, here is a sneak peak at part of a new exhibit im installing at the museum. These are all Diadectes vertebrae that I finally have prepped. The width rib to rib of the largest caudal vertebrae at top left is about 7 inches. Lower Permian dectids had an absolutely massive tail with incredible muscle mass. Such a cool guy. Its amazing how much difference there is in his vertebrae from cervical to thoracic to lumbar etc...
Got out to the site this morning for a few hours and found this really beautiful young Ddon clavicle. Magnificent preservation and pre prepped by the wonderfully dense clays. One of my guys found another clavicle twice as large. will post some more site photos soon. cheers chris
hi gang, just needed to take advantage of the cool front... 90 instead of 100. plus the rains always produce some nice washout material. Had to hike in a mile because of the muddy roads. This is a beautiful shed maxillary fang from a good size ddon. We were lucky enough to find both parts of the tooth within a meter of each other. Good day.