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|Display all details of Extant turtles||Heather Smith||1||1|
|Display all details of Permo-Triassic burrows from eolian dunes of southern Brazil||The files present in this project are related to the manuscript entitled "Burrows provided shelter for tetrapods in a Permo-Triassic desert" and authored by Francischini, H, Dentzien-Dias, P, Battista, F, Sipp, GS, Melo, TP, Scherer, CMS and Schultz, CL.||Francischini, H.||2||1|
|Display all details of Skulls From the Collection||Skulls from the museum collection, including various species.||0||0|
|Display all details of Discovery Trunk - Skulls (Red)||List of Specimens in the Trunk Skull 1 - Groundhog Skull 2 - Coyote Skull 3 - Virginia Opossum Skull 4 - Groundhog Skull 5 - American Badger Skull 6 - Gray Fox Skull 7 - North American Raccoon Skull 8 - Bulldog Skull 9 - Red Fox Skull 10 - White-Tailed Deer Skull 11 - Domestic Pig Skull 12 - American Badger Skull 13 - North American Raccoon Skull 14 - Virginia Opossum Skull 15 - American Black Bear Skull 16 - American Mink||Hefner Museum of Natural History||30||16|
|Display all details of Dave Green palaeosurface||Textured scans of Impressions 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7 from the palaeosurface||Groenewald, David||4||4|
|Display all details of University of Tennessee Callitrichid Collection||492||248|
|Display all details of ML 2554 - Lusognathus almadrava||A new species of Pterosaur from the Jurassic of Portugal||Victor Beccari||4||1|
|Display all details of Romero Dissertation Scans - CPRC Macaques||These 3D surface scans were created from the CPRC collection of Macaca mulatta skeletons at the Laboratory of Primate Morphology in UPR Recinto de Ciencias Medicas for a dissertation at the University of Arkansas. For more information please contact Ashly Romero (email@example.com). Any published work using these scans MUST acknowledge CPRC with the following statement: The Caribbean Primate Research Center is supported by the University of Puerto Rico and the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP) of the National Institute of Health (NIH). The population of Cayo Santiago was supported by grant number P40OD012217 from the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP) of the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the Medical Sciences Campus of the University of Puerto Rico. The content of this publication is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not represent the official views of ORIP or the NIH.||Ashly Romero||401||276|
|Display all details of The Mesolithic burial of Mezzocorona Borgonuovo||Vitale Sparacello||23||1|
|Display all details of GalapaGateway||3D surface scans and CT-scans of the Galapagos Collection at the California Academy of Sciences||806||744|