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3D Mesh (Polygon File Format), 335.06 MB
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upper second molar, Left
Citation Elements


Specimen Information

Specimen: UF:281001, Panamacebus transitus
Specimen taxonomy: Panamacebus transitus
Element: upper second molar
Institution: University of Florida, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida, United States

Media Group Information

Description: Tiff stack and ply file
Grant support: NSF PIRE 0966884
Media citation instructions: Jonathan I. Bloch provided access to these data originally appearing in Bloch et al., 2016. First North American fossil monkey and early Miocene tropical biotic interchange, Nature,, the collection of which was funded by the National Science Foundation (PIRE project 0966884), Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Paleobiology Fund, and the Florida Museum of Natural History. The files were downloaded from, Duke University.
Is this media copyrighted?: Yes
Copyright permission: Permission to use media on MorphoSource granted by copyright holder
Copyright license: Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC - reuse but noncommercial
Copyright Holder: Florida Museum of Natural History
Facility: SMiF
X res: 0.0041626 mm
Y res: 0.0041626 mm
Z res: 0.0041626 mm
Voltage: 160 kv
Amperage: 40 µa
Wedge: air
Scanner calibrations: No calibrations are listed
Media created on: January 15 2016 at 16:26:05
Media last modified on: April 20 2016 at 13:08:19


Jonathan I. Bloch, Emily D. Woodruff, Aaron R. Wood, Aldo F. Rincon, Arianna R. Harrington, Gary S. Morgan, David A. Foster, Camilo Montes, Carlos A. Jaramillo, Nathan A. Jud, Douglas S. Jones & Bruce J. MacFadden. 2016. First North American fossil monkey and early Miocene tropical biotic interchange. Nature. Vol. 533.