Discussion in 'Physiology and Biology' started by tonmo, Jan 26, 2010.
I received this email this morning:
Enjoy, and thanks so much to Jose and Yves.
Cool! I'm downloading the high res version now! thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much Xavier and Cherel to made this book!
This is beautifully illustrated. It's interesting to compare with the beaks of these extinct Jurassic cephalopods: http://www.tonmo.com/community/index.php?threads/11668/
Hajar & Kevin,
I assumed you looked around the site a bit and found that there are other papers there that might interest you fossils ... folk. I saw two on the Cretaceous period) by searching cephalopod and the one that I briefly looked at did have black and white photos of fossils showing different degrees of curving toward a spiral (sorry, that is a sophistigated as I get in your arena). Of course if Hajar found something of interest he will have to make/look up friends in Georgia (the Russian one) or the Falklands.
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