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Matt Friedman Mar 19
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Alex Goodwin 30 Nov 17
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Joseph Cutler Feb 6
Far from finished but our first fish burritos have been scanned, and the results are incredible! These images will be used to help inspire freshwater conservation in Gabon! Thanks to and
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Quite Interesting Sep 30
This is what the skeleton of a hammerhead shark looks like. (Image courtesy the project / .)
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Matt Kolmann, PhD 15h
My first avian-fish scan. A hummingbird, Archilochus I believe... didn't fare too well vs. the walls of a colleague's house.
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Todd Clardy, Ph.D. 17 Oct 17
I have the ct scanner booked for most of the day. First time trying this. Time to find out if I can contribute to !
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UW News Jan 17
One fish's strategy to eat other fishes' scales: "(It's) like a car that intentionally runs a stop sign and t-bones another car — then picks up the tail lights and window trim knocked off in the crash." —
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Matt Kolmann, PhD Apr 11
The fearsome mug(s) of Pygocentrus nattereri, the red-bellied piranha. Note the tooth rows that are ready to be replaced, the bone is already eroding beneath the active teeth & some teeth have already fallen out!
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Kayla C. Hall Aug 17
Hi all, if you or anyone you know have small myliobatid specimens (DW <300mm) and would like them please contact me or give them my info! Data will be used in thesis, as well as uploaded to for public use! Please RT!!!
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Daniel Geldof Mar 9
Stunning! That's a fairly robust anterior skeleton for a "flying" fish. I'm guessing it supports the musculature w/which the hatchet "flaps" its pectoral fins? Also, any evidence of honeycombed bones, a-la birds?
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Dominique Vanhecke Sep 20
. Beautiful (). Thanks for sharing. Scanned for the project, led by via
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Dustin Siegel Feb 7
Eye gland in Eurycea. CT scanning is fun. ...not a fish, by the way.
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Jules Chabain 12 Oct 17
I love scanning rays, they're always smiling.
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Kory Evans PhD Oct 14
Here is another cool parrot fish that we scanned last week. I cant get enough of these beaks. These are easily the coolest beaked vertebrates on the planet, right along with beaked whales.
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Scientist Podcast Jul 30
Listen to this week's episode featuring an interview with biomechanics professor Adam Summers talking about distinguishing fish from fishes, making fish burritos to , and consulting for
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Manas B Sharma May 30
Packed these labrids a bit too high up in the can. Ended up with a half-wrassed scan.
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Mackenzie Gerringer Oct 29
The not deep-sea kind of hatchetfish: Carnegiella strigata. Don't let those fierce teeth fool you, fish is <1 inch long. and : you seem to have a lot of confidence in us, sending these teeny tiny fishes to scan!
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Thaddaeus Buser Jul 7
Just wrapped up my 100th official fish burrito! 💯🎉
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Amy Cheu Apr 23
Replying to @Fishguy_FHL
This is SO COOL! I would love to come to FHL to work on a SciArt project. I need to think of a project though...perhaps collaborate with you on turned into a fine art/scicomm art series?
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Kevin Travis Jul 11
Definitely one of my favorite from our FHL research trip so far!
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