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Plioplatecarpinae's tooth photos

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David in Japan

Hi TFF friends,

 

I fear this thread might be in the wrong place. If it is the case, my apologize.

 

I am currently compiling all sorts of data about Plioplatecarpinae and i would like to add photos of plioplatecarpinae's tooth. I browsed the world wide web for photos. I found some but i would like to add more.

 

If you have in your collection, teeth from a genus belonging to this sub-family, could you please send me (by answering this thread so everybody enjoy your photos) if possible a photo of the labial/lingual/ distal/apex view of the tooth?

 

Your help is invaluable. Thank you so much.

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Even

Hi David, i found a photo on the net, maybe you've seen it. I hope this will help you. It comes from here.

Afficher l’image source

Cheers, Anne.

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15 hours ago, Even said:

Hi David, i found a photo on the net, maybe you've seen it. I hope this will help you. It comes from here.

Afficher l’image source

Cheers, Anne.

Thank you Anne, indeed i have already seen this one but thank you very much. There is so much paper and pics on the net i might have missed some. Thank you.

1 hour ago, caterpillar said:

Hi David

I have this material in my collection.

For the moment, we're not sure if it's Plioplatecarpus but it could be

http://www.paleotheque.fr/global/fiche.php?id=162&categorie=vertebres

Excellent! Thank you. Really nice colors. I can't really see but does it have facets on the labial side of the tooth? 

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Yes, there are facets on the labial side

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On 26/12/2020 at 10:23 AM, caterpillar said:

Hi David

I have this material in my collection.

For the moment, we're not sure if it's Plioplatecarpus but it could be

http://www.paleotheque.fr/global/fiche.php?id=162&categorie=vertebres

Your site is very interesting, fortunately, i've learned french at school, it just took me time to read it.

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Thanks a lot

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