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All sauropod vertebrae, except when we're talking about Open Access.

  • By Michael P. Taylor, Mathew J. Wedel, Darren Naish
  • Based in United Kingdom and United States of America
  • Roughly one post per week
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Most recent posts

New paper: pneumatic dorsal ribs in Apatosaurus and Brontosaurus
Pneumatic dorsal ribs in a selection of ornithodiran taxa. Clades that lack pneumatic ribs have been omitted, including non-dinosaurian dinosauromorphs, ornithischians, all early diverging sauropodomorphs, and numerous sauropods. The only included clade for which dorsal …
On , by Matt Wedel, 1,668 words
Four paths to studying pneumaticity inexpensively, and why you should
Why study pneumatic vertebrae? Becuz I wubs dem. UwU This is one of those things that has been sitting in my brain, gradually heating up and getting denser, until it achieved criticality, melted down my …
On , by Matt Wedel, 3,185 words
Tutorial 43: how to do creative work
I was struck by a Mastodon post where classic game developer Ron Gilbert quoted film critic Roger Ebert as follows: The Muse visits during the act of creation, not before. Don’t wait for her. And …
On , by Mike Taylor, 587 words