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A project is a themed assortment of media and specimens. Projects can be used to share media ownership and access between project members, and projects can also be used to publish assortments of media and specimens for access and discovery by the public. Examples of projects could include the 3D data used in a single research paper or a collections digitization project. If you want to share media ownership and access with multiple users across multiple projects, consider creating a user team. Projects can be managed by teams, and users with access to that team also gain access to any projects managed by that team.

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Display all details of Field Museum of Natural History (Zoology) Mammal Collection This is the official Field Museum of Natural History MorphoSource project for the Mammal Collections, including data generated for the oVert TCN project. If you are uploading media about Field Museum specimens, please consider linking to our project so we can help you cross-check specimen data. 745 27
Display all details of Frog Diversity The Blackburn Lab at the University of Florida's Florida Museum of Natural History is assembling a collection of CT scan data representing all extant families of frogs. This comparative dataset provides a library of anuran skeletons diversity that can be used in studies of diversity, evolution, comparative morphology, and paleontology. 1831 872
Display all details of Protodraco monocoli The first amber-embedded fossil representing the lizard family Agamidae is described in burmite of the Aptian-Cenomanian boundary (Early-Late Cretaceous, 99 mya) of Myanmar. It is among both the oldest known amber lizards and the oldest definitive fossils of the family. The fossil is an extremely well preserved left hind foot with shank, morphologically similar to basal taxa of modern SE Asian agamids. Because of the sparse Cretaceous fossil record it will provide a calibration point for divergence-time analyses and contradicts views that agamids colonized SE Asia during the Paleogene docking of India with Asia. 3 1
Display all details of Evers. 2021. Arundelemys dardeni (Paracryptodire) full cranial segmentation. These are the models that accompany the paper re-describing the cranial anatomy of Arundelemys dardeni. The CT scan of the specimen (holotype USNM 497740) are deposited at Digimorph (http://www.digimorph.org/specimens/Arundelemys_dardeni/) and additionally on MorphoSource (https://www.morphosource.org/concern/media/000114666). Evers, Serjoscha W. 37 1
Display all details of Carnegie Museum of Natural History - Section of Birds 36 29
Display all details of Normal and pathological covariation in the masticatory apparatus of anthropoid primates Cooke, Siobhan 1044 570
Display all details of UF oVert Structured Light Scans 22 11
Display all details of Siwalik Fossils from Ramnagar (Jammu & Kashmir), India Vertebrate fossils have been known from Lower Siwalik Miocene deposits surrounding the town of Ramnagar (in the state of Jammu & Kashmir) in northwest India since Barnum Brown’s American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) expedition in 1922. Paleontological fieldwork by a number of individuals and institutions has continued sporadically in the Ramnagar region ever since, and in that time, a large number of vertebrate fossils have been recovered. Much of the fossil collection is physically housed in a number of institutions in India, the United States, and elsewhere, thereby making it difficult to study these fossils in person. The goal of this collaborative project is to establish a 3D digital repository to virtually consolidate Lower Siwalik fossils (both described and undescribed) from the Ramnagar region so that they can be made accessible to the larger scientific community. Biren A. Patel 71 55
Display all details of TEMPO birds High resolution CT scans of full bird skeletons from the TEMPO project — quantifying variation in rates and constraints on avian skeletal evolution. Bjarnason A, Benson RBJ. 2021. A 3D geometric morphometric dataset quantifying skeletal variation in birds. MorphoMuseuM. doi.org/10.18563/journal.m3.125 Be sure to fully acknowledge the museum collections that provided specimens (see 'locations' and specimen metadata). Please notify the curators of those collections of publications resulting from work using these datasets. European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program 2014–2018 under grant agreement 677774 (European Research Council [ERC] Starting Grant: TEMPO). For access to specimens, we thank Judith White and Jo Cooper (Natural History Museum bird collection, Tring, UK), Janet Hinshaw (University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Ann Arbour, Michigan), Mathew Lowe and Mike Brooke (Unviersity Museum of Zoology, Cambridge, UK), Mark Carnall and Eileen Westwig (Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford, UK), Kristof Zyskowski (Yale Peabody Museum, New Haven, Conecticut), Ben Marks and John Bates (Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago). For access to CT scanning facilities we thank Ketura Smithson (Cambridge Biotomography Centre), Tom Davies, Ben Moon and Liz Martin-Silverstone (University of Bristol), Vincent Fernandez (Natural History Museum), April Neander and Zhe-Xi Luo (University of Chicago PaleoCT), and Matt Friedman (University of Michigan). Benson, Roger 3901 354
Display all details of NMNH (Smithsonian) Euarchonta specimens This project represents a growing archive of Euarchonta specimens from the Smithsonian Mammalogy collection. For the most part scans were made using microCT at Duke's Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility. Major grant support comes from NSF BCS 1552848. 8480 291
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