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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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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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Dr. Solomon David Mar 28
Replying to @Fishguy_FHL
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Dustin Siegel 7 Feb 18
Eye gland in Eurycea. CT scanning is fun. ...not a fish, by the way.
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Dominique Vanhecke Sep 20
. Beautiful (). Thanks for sharing. Scanned for the project, led by via
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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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Olaf Nelson 4 Feb 18
Replying to @KolmannMA
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Thaddaeus Buser Jan 31
A very fun interview about CT scanning and its use in research on fishes (even some hyper-specialized, land-dwelling ones), featuring , , and me, and even a special shout-out to none other than !
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Matt Friedman Mar 19
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Kevin Travis Jul 11
Definitely one of my favorite from our FHL research trip so far!
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Dr. Matt Kolmann 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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Jonathan Huie Feb 2
About to bring a whole new meaning to micro-CT with probably the smallest can this Bruker has ever seen.
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Andrew Kornblatt Jan 31
Big thanks to and for making this awesome story, and possible
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Manas B Sharma Jul 2
Clingfish are not exactly the smartest. This Trachelochismus pinnulatus appears to have swallowed a pebble (shown in blue).
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Amanda Buckiewicz 29 Sep 17
Using pictures from as my new desktop photo at the office. Thanks !
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Link Morgan Jun 21
Instructor: go in each CT slice and highlight all the important stuff Me:**highlights intire fish**.
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Sandy Kawano Jul 14
Replying to @CSULBMammalLab
The team is also helping other researchers get in on the extravaganza. Here's an armadillo (Dasypus sp.) that we scanned yesterday for ! Looking forward to seeing it after it's fully segmented!
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Dr. Holly Lutz Jan 12
Phylogenomics, wicked spines, and amazing diversity in catfishes with
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Adam P. Summers Nov 28
The underside of fish heads is really neat. Lots of sculpturing. Stomatepia pindu.
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Kory Evans PhD Aug 15
If you were a piece of coral (and had eyes) this might be the last thing that you ever see. Rainbow parrotfish (Scarus guacamaia) showing off a formidable beak
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