I have a blogroll to the right for quick access, but it is certainly not representative of all the places I visit. Here is a list of what I think are excellent places to hunt down information.
My DeviantArt account showcases much of my art.
My RedBubble account showcases wearable versions of my art.
International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN)
The Paleobiology Database
Curiosities of Biological Nomenclature (CBN)
Digital Morphology (DigiMoprh)
Witmer’s Lab and Research
Holiday’s Lab at Mizzou
Scott Hartman’s Skeletal Drawing (it’s not just a blog!)
Mickey Mortimer’s The Theropod Database
Other Sites to Visit
Great Science sites, although they do manage to insert science into their humor and certainly not the other way around!
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (SMBC)
And some other stuff:
Literally Unbelievable (there really are people who think what the Onion produces is real)
Hi Jaime! I am spending a few hours just surfing paleo-sites and landed here. Nice work! I was wonderin’ if you might be interested in linking my site, which would fit nicely under your “And Some Other Stuff” category. Think of it as ‘Jurassic Park’ meets ‘The Office’. Here’s the address – http://C4CS.tripod.com or, if you want to get right to the meat and potatoes… http://Center4CretStudies.tripod.com Stop by anytime! And if you want to spend your summer family vacation here… uh, don’t!
Great blog! I’m really enjoying reading through it.
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I found your diagrams describing interdental plates quite helpful and would like to site your work in a publication I’m trying to write. Have you published these images or are they just part of your blog? Or know of references that you used for these drawings.
Any help would be great
There are limited references associated with this illustration; it is very speculative. And recent work is indicating that the formation/loss of these plates as suggested here is flat-out wrong. I will have to adjusted this given the new data. Please bear with it. Until then, I’d rather this not be cited.
Hey again. While looking at skeletal of silesaurus online, I came across one that was styled in a way similar to your other work. Have you ever produced a skeletal of Silesaurus? This skeletal faced left and had the label “Silesaurus
[scale bar]” beneath the head.
Yes, I’ve done Silesaurus opolensis. I do not even recall where it is at the moment, online. It shouldn’t show any unpreserved bones, and is missing the entire tail (I never finished it) with one leg of the ground kicking backwards, so it looks imbalanced.
Hey, then I found it in an online search! Part of the skull is missing, and the left foot is at a 90º angle with the ankle, and the humerus and ulna/radius are also a 90º angles. If you do not have a copy of it, I could email it to you, as I decided to save it just in case.
I do have a copy of it, not an issue.
When was it created (roughly)? And also, would receiving an emailed copy be possible? (Ignore my below comment)
I really don’t remember when i did mine. It’s old, not in the style I would give it now.
would it be possible to email me a copy, or should I just go with the one I found online?