Thanks a lot!
On Wed, 28 Mar 2018, 02:24 Marta Rufino, <marta.m.ruf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Neha,
> Donax are great :)
> In my personal experience with bivalves, is that it is better to scan.
> In any case, scan or camera, the machine should be calibrated to check on
> I find that the scanners are cheaper and have less distorsion, no issue
> with scale, etc. thus I prefer it for marine invertebrates.
> With fish, however it is more complicated with a scanner, thus we use a
> I hope this helps,
> 2018-03-16 9:51 GMT+01:00 Neha Sharma <n.sharma.4...@gmail.com>:
>> Dear All,
>> Greetings! I am going to start a project which deals with
>> studying morphological variability between bivalves belonging to Donacidae
>> and Mactridae. The morphological variability would mainly focus on shell
>> shape, internal structures, palial sinus, etc. I already have shortlisted
>> the species I am going to use, but I am confused as to which is a better
>> method for studying the variability- using photographs or scans of the
>> specimens. The approach would be quite traditional- assigning landmark
>> points, and further analysis, etc. All kinds of suggestions are welcome.
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