CrocNet

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Description: Imaging data of Alligators and other living and extinct crocodilians.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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CrocNet hosts CT and other data collected for research on morphology, biomechanics and evolution of crocodilians by Casey M. Holliday and colleagues at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Research is sponsored by NSF IOS 1457319, NSF EAR 1636753, and University of Missouri. Alligators are provided by the Rockefeller State Refuge, Grand Chenier, Louisiana. Please cite these funding sources and in...

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  • Alligator Histology, Lessner et al., 2019, Anat Rec

    Histology images for Sketchfab model

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  • Lessner 2020 Quantifying neurovascular canal branching patterns reveals a shared crocodylian arrangement

    Lessner, E. J. (2020). Quantifying neurovascular canal branching patterns reveals a shared crocodylian arrangement. Journal of Morphology. DOI:10.1002...

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  • Paleosuchus palpebrosus FMNH 22817 CT data


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  • Osteolaemus tetraspis FMNH 53632 CT data


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  • Tomistoma schlegelii FMNH 11085 CT data


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  • Crocodylus johnstoni FMNH 16162 CT data


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