I'm currently writing up a report on the lightening quick field trip I took at the end of November for this blog but am getting delayed by all sorts of real-world duties. So for now I'll just show-case some of the pictures.
Matthew Yates assists Charleton Dube and Sifelani Jirah in excavating a dinosaur tail.
The tail of 'Charlie' the sauropodomorph (yes another one!) emerges
Upper Drumbo, type locality of Dracovenator regenti, and site of 'Charlie'. Casle Rock is in the background but where is the contact between the Elliot Formation and the Clarens Formation?.
Path of the recurrent laryngeal nerve in frogs, giraffes, and elasmosaurs - Just posting a few images from my impending talk at SVPCA this Thursday. I’ve written about the recurrent laryngeal nerve before, in Wedel (2012) and in th...
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