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M3#561_FMNH 336751

3D model of the left carpometacarpus of the superb lyrebird, Menura novaehollandia (displayed as a mirror image in the 3DHOP viewer).

Data citation: Bjarnason A., Benson R., 2021. M3#561_FMNH 336751. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.561

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Specimen infos
Collection
Collection : Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, USA

Inventory number : FMNH 336751


Information
Sex : indet

Age group : Adult

Age (if applicable) :

Material Type : Skull, mandible, sternum, synsacrum, scapula, coracoid, humerus, ulna, radius, carpometacarpus, femur, tibiotarsus and tarsometatarsus

Origin :

Taxonomy
Class : Aves

Order : Passeriformes

Family : Menuridae

Genus : Menura

Species :novaehollandiae


Description
3D models of the skeletal elements of the superb lyrebird, Menura novaehollandiae.

Related article
A 3D geometric morphometric dataset quantifying skeletal variation in birds
Alexander Bjarnason and Roger Benson
Published online: 2021-02-09

Keywords: birds; geometric morphometrics; macroevolution; morphology; skeleton

doi: 10.18563/journal.m3.125

  Abstract

    Macroevolution is integral to understanding the patterns of the diversification of life. As the life sciences increasingly use big data approaches, large multivariate datasets are required to test fundamental macroevolutionary hypotheses. In vertebrate evolution, large datasets have been created to quantify morphological variation, largely focusing on particular areas of the skeleton. We provide a landmarking protocol to quantify morphological variation in skeletal elements across the head, trunk, hindlimb and forelimb using 3-dimensional landmarks and semilandmarks, and present a large pan-skeletal database of bird morphology for 149 taxa across avian phylogeny using CT scan data. This large collection of 3D models and geometric morphometric data is open access and can be used in the future for new research, teaching and outreach. The 3D models and CT scans of the 149 specimens related to this project can be downloaded at MorphoSource (https://www.morphosource.org/projects/00000C420


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Published in Volume 07, issue 01 (2021)

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