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Hannah Darcy Jul 25
Best conference food ever πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
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Amber Singh Jul 24
Come check out our newest Hawksbill and Rhineura skull puzzles at poster #86!
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Brigid Christison 🐾 Jul 25
Jokes aside, the "free" food at has been a life-saver for grad students. I've saved a ton of money on lunches and coffee alone (it may sound frivolous but I need food to live and work). This should be the standard for international conferences.
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Eva Herbst Jul 23
Hey ! Want to know about how to measure joint range of motion in tiny skeletons, how in vivo and ex vivo range of motion compares, and how this relates to early tetrapods? I’ll be speaking about salamander knees at 4:15 today (LOC4 session in Applaus).
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Geometric Morphometrics Jul 21
Are you presenting your geometric morphometrics research at the International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology ??? Share it with the GMM community!
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Luke Grinham Jul 21
Come see my talk at 4pm tomorrow at ! Talking lepidosaur pelvises and facultative bipedality 🦎
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Claudia M Astorino Jul 23
ok, I *seriously* have to go to ICVM next time - all these tweets are 1) fascinating and 2) giving me major FOMO. I wanna hear them all!! πŸ’€πŸ¦·πŸ¦΄
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dr. brooke flammang Jul 25
See you in Cairns πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί in July 2022 !
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Juan Diego Daza Jul 21
Finally a gecko talk at by ⁦⁩
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Alex Howard Jul 22
Come have a chat about snakes at the poster session this afternoon! 🐍
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Dr. D. Fraser Jul 25
Phylogenetic signal is important for statistical reasons and understanding patterns of evolution. But if you find high phylogenetic signal, it doesn’t mean ecology is unimportant. It’s not one or the other. The trait can still be informative.
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Sharlene Santana Jul 24
Immense thanks to everyone live-tweeting talks throughout !! So many great talks happening simultaneously in this conference!
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Neil Brocklehurst Jul 25
Cohen at : functional homodonty does not necessarily mean morphological homodonty. Teeth with different positions on the lever (jaw) will be under different stress so will need different shape to do the same job
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Juan Diego Daza Jul 24
A nice X-ray (almost X-rated) tomography talk by ⁦⁩ on distribution of osteoderms in squamate reptiles.
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Luke Meade Jul 26
Cute cast of one spiny Amargasaurus on in the National Museum in Prague following πŸ‡¨πŸ‡Ώ
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Audge Jul 22
Thanks for all who came to my first talk at ! If you flip through these two photos really quick, I flap like a Mola. Enjoy.
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Suresh Singh Jul 22
Much eating, drinking, & merriment following a full day of fascinating talks & poster presentations at . Of course the current topic of conversation is morphology as opposed to the game of thrones finale.
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Hazel L Richards Jul 23
Are you at ? Do you fancy some weird limb morphology? And prefer your mammals pouched? Come see me wave my elbows around and talk about palorchestids, these cool extinct giant marsupials! 2pm in Gracie! 🎨: Anne Musser
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Jack McMinn Jul 21
Hello from ! To celebrate, Amargasaurus at Prague's Narodni Muzeum. Its inner ear indicates that the head was orientated towards the ground at 40Β°. This aided a diet of mid-sized shrubs; thus reducing the competition with tree-eating titanosaurs. [Carabajal et al 2014]πŸ¦•πŸŒ³
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Kate Criswell Jul 24
Very excited to be a part of the axial skeleton symposium! Stop by for some amazing talks this morning!
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