|There is a brief write-up about this method in the Small Mammals Manual, and a more complete write-up in the
Bone Builder's Notebook. Click here to get to the Oxidization Method page on this website.
|Here's my first skeleton prepared by this method; a
Northern Saw-whet Owl. The entire skeleton weighs 5
grams, the same weight as an American 5 cent piece.
|OXIDIZATION METHOD OF PREPARING A LIGAMENTARY SKELETON
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|THE SMALL MAMMAL MANUAL MANUSCRIPT ~ Vol. 9
A Step by Step Guide to Preparing and Articulating Small Mammal Skeletons
|This manual is on the techniques for the articulation of
mammals smaller than a wolf, using a lynx and a sea
otter as primary examples, and details from a rabbit. A
brief write-up about the oxidization of preparing a
ligamentary skeleton is included. (See below)
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