Data from: Morphometric investigation of the Pentremites fauna from the Glen Dean Formation, Kentucky

James W. Atwood & Colin D. Sumrall
New techniques involving three-dimensional (3D) data collection and landmark analysis provide an opportunity to make breakthroughs in understanding blastoid morphology. This pilot study examines four species (Pentremites pyriformis, P. tulipiformis, P. fredericki n. sp., and P. meganae n. sp.), using 3D morphological variation and geometric morphometrics to discriminate between species. All specimens were collected from a single shale unit within the Upper Mississippian Glen Dean Formation near Hopkinsville, Kentucky. A 3D laser scanner was used...
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