3D GM dataset of bird skeletal variation
3D models of endocranial cast of Indohyus
3D models of inner ears of dogs, wolves and dingoes
3D models of cetartiodactyl cervicothoracic vertebrae
3D models of cranial, dental and postcranial remains of Djebelemur martinezi
Brain damage: the endocranial cast of Mixtotherium cuspidatum (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from the Victor Brun Museum (Montauban, France)
Keywords: artiodactyl; Late Eocene; Quercy
Our knowledge of the external brain morphology of the late Eocene artiodactyl ungulate Mixtotherium, relies on a plaster model realized on a specimen from the Victor Brun Museum in Montauban (France) and described by Dechaseaux (1973). Here, based on micro CT-scan data, we virtually reconstruct the 3D cast of the empty cavity of the partial cranium MA PHQ 716 from the Victor Brun Museum and compare it to the plaster model illustrated and described by Dechaseaux (1973). Indeed, the specimen from which the original plaster endocast originates was not identified by Dechaseaux by a specimen number. We confirm here that the studied specimen was indeed the one described and illustrated by Dechaseaux (1973). We also reconstruct a second, more detailed, model providing additional morphological and quantitative observations made available by micro CT scan investigation such as precisions on the neopallium folding and endocranial volumes.
Mixtotherium cuspidatum MA PHQ 716 View specimen
M3 article infos
Published in Volume 07, issue 04 (2021)
3D models related to the publication: Systematic and locomotor diversification of the Adapis group (Primates, Adapiformes) in the late Eocene of the Quercy (Southwest France), revealed by humeral remains.
Keywords: Adapis; humeri; locomotion; Quercy
The present 3D Dataset contains the 3D models analyzed in the publication “Systematic and locomotor diversification of the Adapis group (Primates, Adapiformes) in the late Eocene of the Quercy (Southwest France), revealed by humeral remains”. In this paper, twenty humeral specimens from the old and new Quercy collections attributed to the fossil primates Adapis and Palaeolemur are described and analysed together. In this dataset only the scans of the fossils belonging to the collections of Université de Montpellier are provided.
Adapis sp. UM ROS 2-534 View specimen
Adapis sp. UM ROS 2-536 View specimen
Adapis sp. UM ROS 2-95 View specimen
Adapis sp. UM ROS 2-535 View specimen
Adapis sp. UM ROS 2-80 View specimen
Adapis sp. UM ROS 2-79 View specimen
Adapis sp. UM ECA 1364 View specimen
Adapis sp. UM ACQ-262 View specimen
M3 article infos
Published in Volume 04, issue 03 (2018)