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A uCT stack of fossil lizards and frogs. This stack of specimens include jaw bones from different species of skink and the pelvic bone from several different species of frog. All of these specimens will form part of an ongoing research project to identify the fossil herpetofauna from Mt. Etna and Capricorn Caves, that existed in the region during the Middle Pleistocene to modern day. Many of these fossils represent new species to science.
Featured Christy A. Hipsley, Rocio Aguilar, Jay R. Black, Scott A. Hocknull (2020). High-throughput microCT scanning of small specimens: preparation, packing, parameters and post-processing. Scientific Reports (Nature),10:13863. [www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-70970-7]
Photo of Mini Cave - S. Hocknull, 1998
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