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Fig. 4

From: Visualization of the morphology and mode of occurrence of Cenomanian rudists within a drillcore by X-ray CT scanning and 3D modeling

Fig. 4

Horizontal slice images obtained by X-ray CT. a Upper-upper slice (slice number 43 in Fig. 2). Note mesh-like (celluloprismatic) structure in the center. b Upper-middle slice (slice number 62 in Fig. 2). Note rudist C on the left-hand side. c Upper-lower slice (slice number 112 in Fig. 2). Note rudists B and C. d Lower-upper slice (slice number 134 in Fig. 2). Four rudists (rudists B, D, E, and G) are present. e Lower-middle slice (slice number 139 in Fig. 2). Three rudists (rudists B, D, and E) are present. f Lower-lower slice (slice number 153 in Fig. 2). Three rudists (rudists A, D, and B) are discernible. Rudist B possesses the thick outer shell layer (red arrows in c,d, and e). Yellow arrows in bf indicate individual rudists

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