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Candice Stefanic
Paleontologist. Anatomist. Ph.D. candidate . Skeletal form & function. Mostly Mesozoic. Mostly crocs. B.S. () M.S. ()
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Candice Stefanic Nov 9
Replying to @hypothecait @cmnh
YAY!! So happy it’s all official official! Congrats!!! 🤩🌟
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Candice Stefanic Nov 9
Replying to @gulosuchus
Congrats!!!
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Candice Stefanic Nov 8
This post is dedicated to the fabulous postcrania of Uberabasuchus. Just LOOK at those vertebrae! 👀🐊
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Matthew Aaron Brown Nov 6
ARCHOSAUR YOU READY TO RUMBBBBLLLLLLLEEE!?!?
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Candice Stefanic Nov 6
The sad truth is that associated postcrania of many crocodylomorph specimens have been found, but were intentionally left either uncollected or unpublished because it “wasn’t worth it”. For me, a paleontologist that works on croc vertebrae, this fact is especially soul crushing..
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Candice Stefanic Nov 6
Replying to @KelsieAbrams3
Yes, I love it!! 🙌🏻
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Candice Stefanic Nov 6
I think I’ve used *portrait mode* on more fossils than people.. (pictured: Holotype of Baurusuchus salgadoensis, MPMA 62-0001/02)
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Candice Stefanic Nov 6
Congrats Devin (et al.)!!
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Alan Turner Nov 5
Reminder: just 2 more days to apply for our Anatomy Instructor position. This teaching postdoc has served as a spring board for lots of paleo and anthro researchers. Great community of paleo/anthro-focused faculty, postdocs, and students.
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_Crocodiles Nov 4
Gators have 2 forms of locomotion on land. A "sprawl" is similar to crawling, where the belly is mostly in contact with the ground. "High walking" has the legs much more upright and is used for faster movement. What type of locomotion is our gator friend showing off?
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Candice Stefanic Nov 3
Enjoying a relaxing weekend in Riberião Preto after a successful week of working in the USP () paleolab. Next week: collections visits in Monte Alto & Uberaba!
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Jen Cross 🦉🕷🦖 Oct 30
Marine iguanas use just their tail to propel themselves through the water. They keep driving onward that way even when they run aground in the mud of the mangroves. Isabela Island, Galapagos
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Candice Stefanic Oct 30
Finishing strong with a visit to see some exceptional baurusuchids at the University of São Paulo 🐊
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Pedro Godoy Oct 30
It's always great to be back "home"! I was lucky enough to be invited to give a talk on crocodylomorph macroevolution at my alma mater University of Sao Paulo in Ribeirao.
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Candice Stefanic Oct 27
Bom dia! And so begins my first international research trip... Next stop: Ribeirão Preto.
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Candice Stefanic Oct 25
As a paleontologist who plans on using geometric morphometrics & phylogenetic comparative methods in my Ph.D. research, I was thrilled and honored to have the opportunity to see Dr. Dean Adams give a lecture and accept the prestigious Rohlf Medal yesterday at
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Candice Stefanic Oct 24
See you soon, ! 🇧🇷
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Alan Turner Oct 24
Dr. Pedro Godoy, and postdoc in is in Brazil talking croc skull evolution and morphometrics.
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Jason Ward Oct 20
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 7
The evolution and role of the hyposphene-hypantrum articulation in Archosauria: phylogeny, size and/or mechanics?
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