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M5239-4744
3D Mesh (Polygon File Format), 9.58 MB
Smooth Surface Mesh
First metatarsal, Unknown
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Project

Specimen Information

Specimen: MCZ:25541, Colobus polykomos
Specimen taxonomy: Colobus polykomos
Element: First metatarsal
Institution: Museum of Comparative Zoology- Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA

Media Group Information

Description: Smooth Surface Mesh
Grant support: Grant sponsor: Turkana Basin Institute Graduate Fellowship (to K.E.G.); Grant sponsor: The Wenner-Gren foundation (to C.M.O.); Grant sponsor: The Leakey Foundation (to B.A.P.); Grant sponsor: National Science Foundation; Grant numbers: BCS 1317525 (to D.M.B.); BCS 1317029 (to C.M.O.); BCS 1317047 (to B.A.P.)
Media citation instructions: Doug Boyer provided access to these data originally appearing in Goodenberger et al. 2015Turkana Basin Institute Graduate Fellowship (to K.E.G.); The Wenner-Gren foundation (to C.M.O.); The Leakey Foundation (to B.A.P.); National Science Foundation; Grant numbers: BCS 1317525 (to D.M.B.); BCS 1317029 (to C.M.O.); BCS 1317047 (to B.A.P.). The files were downloaded from www.MorphoSource.org, Duke University.
Is this media copyrighted?: Yes
Copyright permission: Permission to use media on MorphoSource granted by copyright holder
Copyright license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs CC BY-NC-ND - reuse noncommerical no changes
Copyright Holder: Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology
Facility: Stony Brook Univ. Center for Biotechnology
X res: 0.078 mm
Y res: 0.078 mm
Z res: 0.078 mm
Wedge: air
Scanner calibrations: No calibrations are listed
Technicians: Doug Boyer, Ksenia Sokolova
Media created on: February 13 2015 at 14:41:48
Media last modified on: June 22 2016 at 13:08:57

Bibliography

Katie E. Goodenberger, Doug M. Boyer, Caley M. Orr, Rachel L. Jacobs, John C. Femiani, Biren A. Patel. Functional morphology of the hallucal metatarsal with implications for inferring grasping ability and substrate preference in extinct primates. American Journal of Physical Anthroplogy. Vol. 156(3).