I published a paper on a new tiny Triassic lepidosauromorph of Germany on Thursday and my co-author wrote a nice piece on it. Check it out! https://go.nature.com/2Pc9OaB?fbclid=IwAR38fdj8xTWoGqCvc5pvOmUyhGD_20VSBCIk4fxOe6r_hGHQxggbE-4E8T0
It must be something related to migration, I guess? Anyways....
#introductions Hey, I'm a postdoc in vertebrate palaeontology at the natural history museum Stuttgart, in Germany. I work with anatomy, functional morphology, and systematics of reptiles. I used to work with stem-archosaur braincases, esp. inner ears, but now I'm into early lepidosauromorphs and basal diapsids. I use CT scans. And I do scicomm in Portugese on a Podcast.
Postdoc @ SMNS. Vertebrate paleontology, anatomy, evolution. CT scans. Dragões de Garagem podcast. More professional profile. She/her. Views are my own.
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