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    http://fishbone.nottingham.ac.uk/
    The Archaeological Fish Resource Project created Fishbone, a digital reference collection. This online reference collection provides high-resolution digital images for key skeletal elements, taken at different views, for over 90 species of Mediterranean and North Atlantic freshwater and marine fishes.

    http://www.bioarchiv.de/index.html
    Bioarchiv has the general purpose to provide information about fishes and fish bones. Here you can find the software “Bone Base Baltic Sea”, which serves as a bone picture data base and an identification key for fish bones.

    http://hbs.bishopmuseum.org/frc/about.html
    Fish Remains, hosted by The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, was created to help assist identification of Hawaiian fishes based on bones. There are 1250 fishes known from Hawaiian waters. This key concentrates on those fished known from the diet of the Hawaiian monk seal, and is constantly being expanded.

    http://www.nabohome.org/products/manuals/fishbone/fish/fish.html
    Digital images of elements of five North Atlantic gadids.

    http://www.wahre-staerke.com/osteo/
    Images of bones and teeth of recent fishes from rivers and lakes around the world.

    http://osteobase.mnhn.fr/
    Hosted by Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, OsteoBase is an interactive website designed for osteological exploration, from the entire skeleton to constituting bones. The interface provides access to pictures of a collection of osteological items, organized to compare these osteological items in different fish taxa.

    http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fishatlas/
    Fish bone atlas produced by Environmental Archaeology at the Florida Museum of Natural History

    http://fish.library.usyd.edu.au/index.jsp?page=home
    This online collection, hosted by The University of Sydney and complied by Sarah Colley, contains images of selected diagnostic anatomical elements from fish taxa commonly found on archaeological sites in the Sydney region, supplemented by taxa of the same family or genus from elsewhere where modern reference skeletons of Sydney taxa were not readily available.

    http://web.pdx.edu/~virginia/photocollection.htm
    Information about zooarchaeology at Portland State University, including their reference collection and images of fish bones.

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    Sweet!

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