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3D models related to the publication: Evidence for high-performance suction feeding in the Pennsylvanian stem-group holocephalan Iniopera.
Richard Dearden, Anthony Herrel and Alan Pradel
Published online: 2023-01-18

Keywords: chondrichthyan; holocephalan; iniopterygian; Pennsylvanian; suction feeding

doi: 10.18563/journal.m3.177

Cite this article: Dearden R., Herrel A., Pradel A., 2023. 3D models related to the publication: Evidence for high-performance suction feeding in the Pennsylvanian stem-group holocephalan Iniopera.. MorphoMuseuM 9:177. doi: 10.18563/journal.m3.177

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Abstract

The present 3D Dataset contains 3D models of the cranial, visceral, and pectoral endoskeleton of Iniopera, an iniopterygian stem-group holocephalan from the Pennsylvanian of the USA. These data formed the basis for the analyses carried out in Dearden et al. (2023) “Evidence for high-performance suction feeding in the Pennsylvanian stem-group holocephalan Iniopera” PNAS. 

Specimens and 3D Data

Iniopera sp. KUNHM 22060, 158289 View specimen

M3#1034_KUNHM 22060, 21894

plys of the head endoskeleton of Iniopera sp.

Type: "3D_surfaces"

3D view: doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.1034

Data citation: Dearden R., Herrel A., Pradel A., 2023. M3#1034_KUNHM 22060, 21894. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.1034

 




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