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Does anyone know of a resource/person for prepping an articulated, out of the matrix ceratopsian? Skull intact. Near complete animal about 3.5 ft long. Looking for someone with experience. I'm in the San Francisco area - North Bay (Marin,Sonoma). Thanks!
Oxytropidoceras posted a topic in Fossil NewsA picture of a quite articulated vertebrate fossil appeared on Reddit today with someone asking what is it. I wish I could find fossils like this. My dad works as an constructer and he ordered to cut many huge rocks....he found this ,what’s that? - r/Paleontology/ Yours, Paul H.
A NEW SPECIMEN OF THE TRIASSIC PISTOSAUROID YUNGUISAURUS, WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ORIGIN OF PLESIOSAURIA (REPTILIA, SAUROPTERYGIA) by TAMAKI SATO, LI-JUN ZHAO, XIAO-CHUN WU and CHUN LI [Palaeontology, Vol. 57, Part 1, 2014, pp. 55–76] satochunlipalassauropyunguistriasspistosaurpala.12048.pdf " Revised diagnosis. Differing from known pistosauroids in the combination of the following characters: single interpterygoid vacuity with a narrow anterior extension, anterior extension of parasphenoid, at least six premaxillary teeth,elongate snout with slender teeth,
I bought an articulated microscope arm a few years ago, but I was never really happy with it. The arm was too wobbly - the parts did not fit exactly and had too much play. While preparing I had to avoid bumping into the microscope, otherwise the microscope started to swing up and down. Now I have built myself a very sturdy double arm boom stand. I used two 16mm ball-type linear bearings and two solid linear motion shafts (16mm diameter, 80cm long). The end pieces and the support are made of aluminium - I had the holes drilled by a local company for 15 dollars. Together, it cost me abo