Burdigalian dolphin earbone fossils from the Swiss Molasse
3D model of Tartarocyon
3D GM dataset of bird skeletal variation
3D models of cetartiodactyl cervicothoracic vertebrae
The Petrosal bone of Prodremotherium sp.
The material consists of a 3D reconstruction of the counterpart of a 30 cm2 patch of skin impression associated with the anterior dorsal ribs/pectoral region of the specimen of Allosaurus jimmadseni UMNH VP C481. The skin shows a semi-uniform basement of 1-2 mm diameter pebbles with a smaller number of slightly larger (up to 3 mm) ovoid scales. The irregular shape, distribution, and overall small size of these larger scales suggest that they are not classifiable as feature scales but rather as variations in the basement scales.
Data citation: Hendrickx C., Bell P., Pittman M., Milner A. R. C. ., Cuesta E. ., O’Connor J. ., Loewen M. ., Currie P. J. ., Mateus O. ., Kaye T. G. ., Delcourt R. ., 2022. M3#902_UMNH VP C481. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.902
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