CPC 274, a new centrosaurine specimen from Mexico, was unearthed in northern Coahuila from 2007-2011. The majority of elements that were found with CPC 274 were surface scanned using a Polhemus FastSCAN system in order to allow readers the ability to manipulate the bones in a 3D environment to assess features directly. The files are .obj files and can be visualized in MeshLabTM, which can be downloaded for free (MeshLab, Visual Computing Lab – ISTI – CNR http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/).
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Animal Structures | Paleobiology | Paleontology
Hedrick, B. P. (2016). Surface Scan of the Dentary of CPC 274. VP3D Scans. https://repository.upenn.edu/vp3d_scans/35.
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