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Re: Looking for Reference Works



Some neck scans can be found at the digimorph website. Not as extensive as
you're looking for, no doubt, but its something.
Peace,
Rob

Student of Biology
Northern Arizona University
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mike Taylor" <mike@indexdata.com>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 6:44 AM
Subject: Looking for Reference Works


> Dear DMLers,
>
> There are two books (or maybe papers) I'd dearly like to own if
> anyone's ever put them together.  They would be invaluable for all
> sorts of studies.  I'll briefly describe them, and if anyone knows
> whether they exist you can let me know.  I'll summarise on-list.
>
> First one, a table of body-part measurements and masses for various
> animals.  I'm talking about a book where, when I want to know the
> length of a weasel forelimb, the diameter of a water buffalo's belly
> or the mass a heron's neck, I can just look it up.
>
> Second one, a set of X-rays of various animals' necks, ideally showing
> the extent of soft tissue as well as the morphology of the cervical
> vertebrae.
>
> If anyone knows of books or papers like either of these, please let me
> know!
>
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