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Acrobates pygmaeus, Feathertail Glider
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Acrobates pygmaeus
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American Museum of Natural History (AMNH 155057)

Image processing: Ms. Rachel Simon
Publication Date: 29 Feb 2016

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About the Species

This specimen, a female, was collected from Ravenshoe, Queensland, Australia by H.M. Van Deusen on 1 April 1947. It was made available to The University of Texas High-Resolution X-ray CT Facility for scanning by Dr. Ted Macrini, then of The University of Texas at Austin, courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History. Funding for scanning was provided by a National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant (DEB-0309369) to Dr. Macrini. Funding for image processing was provided by The University of Texas and UTCT.

About this Specimen

This specimen was scanned by Matthew Colbert on 10 May 2007 along the frontal axis for a total of 406 slices. Each slice is 0.03199 mm thick, with an interslice spacing of 0.03199 mm and a field of reconstruction of 28 mm.

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Links

Acrobates pygmaeus page on Wikipedia

A. pygmaeus page on the Animal Diversity Web (University of Michigan Museum of Zoology).

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To cite this page: DigiMorph Staff, 2016, "Acrobates pygmaeus" (On-line), Digital Morphology. Accessed November 21, 2017 at http://digimorph.org/specimens/Acrobates_pygmaeus/.

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