I wonder if you are aware of any developed protocol to collect
morphometric data on living lizard.
I will need to work on relatively small specimens (about 50 mm Snout
Vent Length) and would like to capture the head in dorsal and lateral
view (with digital SLR macro 60 mm). Any method to immobilise the
animal without creating too many issues? Or perhaps using two cameras
in a sort of stereophotogrammetry fashion way...there are ways of
doing this but the system I need to work on needs to be portable and
cannot calibrate it all the time.
Any references and/or practical advise on how to collect data on live
trapped specimens will be greatly appreciated.
MORPHMET may be accessed via its webpage at http://www.morphometrics.org
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