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Hello all I'm looking at purchasing a new microscope for my microfossils, I have been recommended Am microscopes. I was looking for a stereo microscope with a good camera for photos and measurements . I have narrowed it down to these 12 https://www.amscope.com/stereo-microscopes.html?cat=63&i_application=212&i_compatibility=1100 but im now a bit stuck on what I should look for or avoid if anyone has any advise that would be great. https://www.amscope.com/stereo-microscopes/7x-90x-trinocular-stereo-zoom-microscope-with-dual-halogen-lights-and-16mp-usb3-camera.html
JohnBrewer posted a topic in General Fossil DiscussionEveryone please use an internationally recognised scale in your images. Coins aren’t good enough. How big is s rupee, or a farthing? I dunno. Of course a marmite jar is the same size worldwide Vegimite is NOT internationally recognised. I hope you’re taking notes @Jesuslover340
hey everyone.. sorry I keep pestering you guys for theropod measurements - but this is one I can't find anywhere in the literature.. One of the specimens I'm using for my study is the AMNH 7223 Coelophysis; and I need measurements for the furcula of that specimen - Colbert's Coelophysis monograph isn't very helpful, and nor is the Nesbitt et al. 2009 paper on theropod furculae. Any ideas? Thanks for the help. Christian
Hi, there. I am seeking for help on an ongoing research. You see, there is two fossil sites in wich I work as a graduate student. We are developing a new method to identify isolated Bison teeth using multivariate statistics. Until now we beign able to differentiate between two ecotypes, a large form and a small form. These are not sexual differences (we alrealy test them and find the sexual difference does not correspond with our findings). The help I need now is if you know someone or directly posess skulls of fossil North American fossil bisons with attached teeth. I only need to identify