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Hey everyone, I recently came back from a trip to England. Most of the time was spent in museums, especially London's Natural History Museum. Over there, I met the Curator of Invertebrate Paleontology (Tim Ewin), who showed me around some parts of the Echinoderm Collections. Basically, the goal of this visit was to examine some of the echinoderms from the British Chalk, for some comparative research material for my MKFRP project. Some of the stuff in those collections is absolutely amazing - and the amount of material in there is really extensive. This thread will show some
Lorna Steel (NHMUK curator of non-dinosaurian fossil archosaurs) just made available on ResearchGate an overview/catalogue of all NHMUK pterosaur collections (written in 2012). Though it is probably outdated by now, I thought that some pterosaur workers seeking to visit the collections might want a look at the paper It's too big to be posted on TFF, but I can send it by email to those who'd like a copy. Steel, L. (2012). The pterosaur collection at the Natural History Museum, London, UK: an overview and list of specimens, with description of recent curatorial developme