Darwin-L Message Log 6:80 (February 1994)

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<6:80>From ad201@freenet.carleton.ca  Tue Feb 15 06:56:41 1994

Date: Tue, 15 Feb 1994 07:56:37 -0500
From: ad201@freenet.carleton.ca (Donald Phillipson)
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
Subject: Re: FISH BONES

> can anybody give me a count of the bones of a single species of fish?

Several museums e.g. Canadian Museum of Nature maintain
"zooarchaeological" departments expressly for this, i.e. reference models
of any likely species.  It should be easy to find out what US museums have
this function.

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