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Display all details of Cercocebus - mangabey This project includes photos and videos of mangabeys in the genus Cercocebus taken by various people from throughout the Cercocebus geographic range. Photos and videos of Cercocebus mangabeys highlight morphological and behavioral diversity and characteristics. Joshua Linder 120 80
Display all details of Ozboneviz Ozboneviz is a collaboration between multiple Australian institutions to create an open-access, metadata-rich 3D reference collection of Australian & New Guinean vertebrate skeletal remains. Ozboneviz is funded by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH). Our collaborating institutions include: Flinders University; The University of Queensland; Australian National University; South Australian Museum; Australian National Wildlife Collection; Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory; Australian Museum; Michigan State University Museum; Gunma Museum of National History; and oVert. Please cite all specimens as: Data were provided by the Ozboneviz collection on (Project ID:000394988), funded by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CE170100015). Samper-Carro, Sofia 1637 277
Display all details of Booidean snakes of Madagascar Micro-CT scans of Sanzinia madagascariensis, S. volontany, Acrantophis madagascariensis, A. dumerili, Corallus caninus, and Boa constrictor, produced as part of a manuscript entitled 'Potential evolutionary convergence in trophic adaptations of two booidean snake lineages as evidenced by skull morphology' by Lorenzo Senici, Alexander S. Hall, Frank Glaw, and Mark D. Scherz Hall, Alexander S. 8 8
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Display all details of Late Cretaceous cycad pollen cone " Cycadales are an ancient group of seed-plants with an enigmatic evolutionary history. While molecular divergence time analyses estimate a Cretaceous origin for most major living cycad clades, much of the extant diversity is inferred to be a result of Neogene diversifications. Thus, exceptionally long branches occur throughout the cycadalean phylogeny that, with relatively few exceptions, have yet to be rectified by unequivocal cycadalean fossils. " We report a permineralized mature pollen cone from the Campanian Holz Shale located in Silverado Canyon, California, USA. This fossil was studied via serial sectioning, SEM, physical tomography, and phylogenetic analyses. " Microsporophyll and pollen morphology indicate that this cone is assignable to Skyttegaardia, a recently described genus based on disarticulated charcoalified microsporophylls from the Early Cretaceous of Europe. Data from this new species, including a cone-like architecture for the entire structure, anatomical details, and vasculature organization, indicate cycadalean affinities for Skyttegaardia. Phylogenetic analyses support this assignment and recover Skyttegaardia as crown-group Cycadales, nested within the Zamiaceae family. " Our findings support a Cretaceous diversification for Zamiaceae and suggest cycads underwent substantial morphological diversification, as well as episodes of extinction, which resulted in unique morphologies that have yet to be widely identified in the fossil record. 2 1
Display all details of Macroevolution of Leporids Ongoing research into the macroevolutionary patterns of skeletal form (and associated structures) in rabbits and hares (Leporidae). Publications: 1. Kraatz, B. & Sherratt, E. Evolutionary morphology of the rabbit skull. Peerj 4, e2453 (2016). 2. Kraatz, B. P., Sherratt, E., Bumacod, N. & Wedel, M. J. Ecological correlates to cranial morphology in Leporids (Mammalia, Lagomorpha). Peerj 3, e844 (2015). 3. Kraatz, B. et al. Lagomorpha as a Model Morphological System. Frontiers Ecol Evol 09, 636402 (2021). 4. Todorov, O. et al. Down a rabbit hole: Burrowing behaviour and larger home ranges are related to larger brains in Leporids. Journal of Mammalian Evolution (2022). 5. Martin, E. M., Young, J. W., Fellmann, C. D., Kraatz, B. & Sherratt, E. Anatomical Correlates of Cursoriality are Compromised by Body Size and Propensity to Burrow in a Group of Small Mammals (Lagomorpha). Evolutionary Biology 1–18 (2022) 6. Sherratt, E. & Kraatz, B. Multilevel analysis of integration and disparity in the mammalian skull. Evolution (2023). Research funded by: Western University of Health Sciences, USA University of Adelaide, Australia Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (FT190100803) Key Researchers: Brian Kraatz, Emma Sherratt, Kraatz, Brian 433 355
Display all details of Skull sinuses precluded extinct crocodile relatives from deep diving CT data for the Young et al. 2024 paper 'Skull sinuses precluded extinct crocodile relatives from cetacean-style deep diving as they transitioned from land-to-sea' 13 4
Display all details of Ichthyosauria mandibles 3D models created from 2D profiles 0 0
Display all details of Phylogenetics of Archerfishes (Toxotidae) and Evolution of the Toxotid Shooting Apparatus µCT data associated with Girard, M. G., M. P. Davis, Tan H. H., D. J. Wedd, P. Chakrabarty, W. B. Ludt, A. P. Summers, and W. L. Smith. 2022. Phylogenetics of archerfishes (Toxotidae) and the evolution of the toxotid shooting apparatus. Integrative Organismal Biology 4:obac013. 19 19
Display all details of Convergent Evolution and the Red Sea Rover: Emmelichthys marisrubri (Teleostei: Emmelichthyidae) Is a Species of Fusilier (Lutjanidae: Dipterygonotus) µCT data associated with Girard, M. G. 2024. Convergent evolution and the Red Sea rover: Emmelichthys marisrubri (Teleostei: Emmelichthyidae) is a species of fusilier (Lutjanidae: Dipterygonotus). Ichthyology & Herpetology 112:41–52. 9 9
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