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Capreolus/Ovis/Carpa Calcaneus bone ID

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Darko

Hi! 

Can anyone help me with identifying this calcaneus bone?

It is also archeology find,but I'm not sure if this is from a roe deer,goat or sheep.It is 4,5cm long.But is very similar to all of this contenders.I will post pics now.

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Fossildude19

Hey Darko, 

I cannot help with ID, but you may want to take pictures on a different surface. This one is very similar to the fossil, making it hard to see properly. 

Try to use a solid background, with something for scale and in daylight.  ;) 

Regards,

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Darko
16 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

Hey Darko, 

I cannot help with ID, but you may want to take pictures on a different surface. This one is very similar to the fossil, making it hard to see properly. 

Try to use a solid background, with something for scale and in daylight.  ;) 

Regards,

Okay.I will try to change it :D

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Darko

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Fossildude19

Much better. Thank you. :) 

 

Brightened, cropped, and rotated. 

 

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Darko

Maybe someone?

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ynot
11 minutes ago, Darko said:

Maybe someone?

Have some patience, not all members login every day.

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Darko
21 minutes ago, ynot said:

Have some patience, not all members login every day.

Sorry guys...

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abyssunder

not too much help, but ...:)

 

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excerpt from E. Schmid. 1972. Atlas of Animal Bones. For Prehistorians, Archaeologists and Quaternary Geologists. Elsevier, New York.

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