CT data and colour-rendered 3D images for Patiriella littoralis holotype (TMAG H468) and Patiriella regularis (MV F87407)

2018-08-20T02:07:38Z (GMT) by Christy Hipsley Timothy D. O'Hara
<div>Specimens CT scanned at the School of Earth Sciences,</div><div>University of Melbourne, in a Phoenix|x-ray nanotom</div><div>at 60 kV, 300 μA for 500 ms over 1000 projections,<br></div><div>resulting in a final voxel size of 0.01777805 mm for <i>Patiriella littoralis </i>and 0.02000012 mm for <i>Patiriella regularis</i>. Each zip file contains reconstructed tif stack and metadata text file with scan details. </div><div><br></div><div>When using data, please cite:</div><div>O’Hara TD, Mah CL, Hipsley CA, Bribiesca-Contreras G, Barrett NS. 2018. The Derwent River Seastar: re-evaluation of a critically endangered marine invertebrate. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 10.1093/zoolinnean/zly057<br></div>