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M3#1036

3D surface models of a skull of Hypisodus minimus (SMNK-PAL27212). The data includes a surface model for: basisphenoid, tympanic bullae, ethmoid (lamina perpendicularis), frontals, jugal (left), jugal (right), lacrimals, lower dentition, mandibles, mastoid processes, maxillaries, maxilloturbinals, nasals, occipital, palatine, parietals, petrosals, presphenoid, squamosals, turbinates, upper dentition, and the vomer.

Data citation: Hannah Keppeler, Julia A. Schultz Logo, Irina Ruf Logo and Thomas Martin Logo, 2023. M3#1036. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.1036

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basisphenoid, bullae, ethmoid, frontals, jugal-right, lacrimals, lower_dentition, mandibles, mastoids, maxillaries, maxilloturbinals, nasal, occipital, palatine, parietals, petrosals, presphenoid, squamosals, turbinates, upper_dentition, vomer

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Collection

Information
Sex : indet

Age group : Adult

Age (if applicable) : Oligocene

Material Type : skull

Origin : Brule Formation, White River Group, Wyoming

Taxonomy
Class : Mammalia

Order : Cetartiodactyla

Family : Hypertragulidae

Genus : Hypisodus

Species :minimus


Description
CT scan image stack (jpgs) and scan info sheet of a fossil skull of Hypisodus minimus (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from the Oligocene North America

Related article
3D models related to the publication: Cranial anatomy of Hypisodus minimus (Artiodactyla: Ruminantia) from the Oligocene Brule Formation of North America
Hannah Keppeler, Julia A. Schultz, Irina Ruf and Thomas Martin
Published online: 09/03/2023

Keywords: 3D reconstruction; CT data set; Hypertragulidae; skull

https://doi.org/10.18563/journal.m3.176

  Abstract

    The present 3D Dataset contains the 3D models analyzed in Keppeler, H., Schultz, J. A., Ruf, I., & Martin, T., 2023. Cranial anatomy of Hypisodus minimus (Artiodactyla: Ruminantia) from the Oligocene Brule Formation of North America. Palaeontographica Abteilung A. 


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Published in Volume 09, issue 01 (2023)

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