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Fig. 2 | BMC Ecology

Fig. 2

From: Benefits and limitations of three-dimensional printing technology for ecological research

Fig. 2

Construction of a 3D printed lizard predation model A successful laser scanning setup of preserved brown anole (Anolis sagrei) specimen in vertical orientation; B 3D image of scanned anole viewed in Meshmixer software and later edited in Maya; C 3D printed plastic-wood hybrid (left) and ABS plastic (right) anole models; D clay covered model on a branch in the field with bite marks likely from a lizard predator (Cnemidophorus murinus murinus)

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