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Found 13 results

  1. Ichthyosaur size calculation

    In my last couple of collecting trips I have found some larger than normal vertebra from the Australian ichthyosaur platyptergius australis. What I am after is some literature that may enable me to calculate the length of an ichthyosaur based on the vertebra size. I realise that the approximate body position the vertebrae will need to be a major part of the calculation. Previously the larger vertebrae I found were around 80 mm diameter x 25 mm thick and quite often vertebrae from infants were also found with these so I had assumed fully grown. The last couple of vertebra have measured 120 mm diameter x 40 mm. This disparagement in size could be due to the younger / smaller females being more prone to dying during birth, they kept growing throughout there life or perhaps the alpha males were larger. Thanks in advance for all input Mike
  2. What were the largest animals to survive the KT extinction?
  3. Microgastropods of the USA

    p295-308GARVIE.pdf Microgastropod population changes from the early Cretaceous to the Recent in the Gulf Coastal Plain of the USA CHRISTOPHER L. GARVIE Zoosymposia(1),2008
  4. Why are pyrite fossils small?

    Hey everyone, I've been wondering why pyrite fossils are almost always small compared to others of the same species. does it have anything to do with the way the fossil is formed or is it something else entirely? thanks in advance!
  5. Recaus,worth your time 10 Mb,or thereabouts
  6. Large and reasonably old

    VERY HIGHLY ,nay,UNRESERVEDLY recommended,3,2 Mb This is for all those who are interestested (almost said "this is dedicated to all those interested" in the earliest history of (multicellular) animals!!!!!!!!!! in Earths earliest biota... myanknollszieparamNaturellular_eukaryotes_from_the_.pdf Give it a go, because Zhu and Knoll do know their paleobiology. I would NOT be far wrong in saying that now that Martin Brasier is no longer with us, Knoll is one of the biggest names in "early earth/astrobiology".
  7. Turtle Shell Thickness

    I was wondering , if the thickness of fossil turtle shell is relative to the size of the turtle, is there a generic formula for estimating how large the turtle would be based on shell thickness of a fragment ?
  8. Desmostylian Size

    Hello together. I just started to take a look at Desmostylia, as they still miss in my marine tetrapod collection (of more or less selfmade models) I read in several derivative descriptions that the biggest species (without a name being mentioned) where similar in size to stellers seacow, i.e. 7-9 meters. I believe that goes back to an article by Nicholas D. Pyenson and Geerat J. Vermeij where marine top feeders are compared by skull size. As Stellers seacow has an exceptionally small head for its size I wonder if that comparison makes sense? I´d appreciate any information on bigger desmostylians and up to date reconstructions of their posture and locomotion. Thanks in advance Jan
  9. Troodontology

    sizetheropusapalaiosOntootroodontologgigant_the_Occurrence_of_Exceptionally_Large.pdf
  10. Spongebob Rex

    I posted once before on cladorhizids. A single image this time. Note scale and to show the difference between a dredged and an in-place Chondrocladia
  11. abelisaruid size

    I made a trip to the near future... edit:and Yes,i realize my horrendous spelling mistake CR95667116301902-main.pdf
  12. what size hose

    what type of size of air hose should I get for my compressor 1/4 or 3/8?
  13. The Size Of Liodon?

    Hi, I really want to know what the size of the mosasaur Liodon was. I can't find any info about it. I have also heard that it might was Prognathodon. Do someone know?
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