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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2010
PALAIOS (2010) 25 (2): 112–125.
... vertebrates (<3 m long and <1 m tall) were particularly susceptible to miring at these sites. Although the small, presumably herbivorous ceratosaur, Limusaurus inextricabilis , dominates the combined small theropod assemblage from these bonebeds (minimum number of individuals [MNI] = 15...
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Figure 7. Fossil assemblages in TBB2002 and TBB2001. A−G) Photographs (plan...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2010
, respectively, of the middle subblock (B−C). Paratype skull is not present in specimen photo but is shown in the illustration. Two Limusaurus inextricabilis are exposed on the upper and lower surfaces of the lowest subblock (D−E). Note the presence in E of the left hind limb of the overlying specimen (V15303
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Figure 8. Inferred scenario for the origin and preservation of the theropod...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2010
volcanic muds and sands; track and undertrack are ∼2 m deep. No decompaction calculations have been made, thus, it is likely that the tracks were somewhat deeper than interpreted. Shortly after trampling, small theropods, including Limusaurus inextricabilis and Guanlong wucaii , and some other small
Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2010
DOI: 10.1144/SP343.16
EISBN: 9781862395916
... et al. 2009 ). Here studies of Limusaurus inextricabilis , a new basal ceratosaur (theropod group positioned between coelophysoids and tetanurans) from the Late Jurassic of China with a strongly reduced first digit (DI) and a distally asymmetrical metacarpal II, were introduced. From this new...
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