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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2018
DOI: 10.1144/SP455.14
EISBN: 9781786203366
... Abstract: Pterosaur fossils are rare in the Morrison Formation, and most are poorly preserved. The Breakfast Bench Facies (BBF) at Como Bluff produces incomplete but uncrushed limbs. One proximal and two distal femora match a complete femur (BYU 17214) referred to Mesadactylus . Unexpectedly...
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Comparison of ankylosaur <span class="search-highlight">femora</span>. HH 2017.010.002 left femur in: (A) posteri...
Published: 21 February 2024
Fig. 7. Comparison of ankylosaur femora. HH 2017.010.002 left femur in: (A) posterior view; and (B) anterior view. Peloroplites cedrimontanus (CEUM 11319) left femur in: (C) posterior view; and (D) anterior view. Peloroplites cedrimontanus (CEUM 53042) left femur in: (E) posterior view
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Size–frequency distributions of hadrosaurid humeri (A, B), <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> (C, D), a...
Published: 01 August 2020
Figure 3. Size–frequency distributions of hadrosaurid humeri (A, B), femora (C, D), and tibiae (E, F) from the Dinosaur Park Formation, Alberta, Canada. A, C, E, Total length. B, D, F, Minimum diaphyseal circumference. Tick marks below each size–frequency distribution correspond to individual
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<span class="search-highlight">Femora</span> of the six species of  Ichthyosaurus , anterior to the left. (a)  I....
Published: 14 March 2018
Figure 1. Femora of the six species of Ichthyosaurus , anterior to the left. (a) I. larkini (BRSUG 25300) right femur in ventral view. (b) I. somersetensis (NLMH 106234, reversed) right femur in dorsal view. (c) I. somersetensis (TTNCM 8373) left femur in dorsal view. (d) I. communis
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Midshaft thin sections through <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> of  Edmontosaurus regalis  from the D...
Published: 16 October 2014
Fig. 11. Midshaft thin sections through femora of Edmontosaurus regalis from the Danek Bonebed (Horseshoe Canyon Formation, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada). (H) UALVP 52758, (I) UALVP 52731, (J) UALVP 52763, (K) UALVP 54774, (L) UALVP 50988, and (M) UALVP 52540 in transmitted light. The periosteal
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Distal portion of left <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> of Caracarini species in posterior views (not...
Published: 01 January 2013
Figure 5 Distal portion of left femora of Caracarini species in posterior views (not to scale) and the corresponding cross-sections at mid-shaft. 1 , Caracara major n. sp. (MNHN 615); 2 , Caracara plancus (MNHN 6254); 3 , Caracara lutosus (USNM 19916); 4 , Caracara prelutosus from
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Selected measurements (in cm) of the post-cervical vertebrae and <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> of ...
Published: 01 May 2011
T able 1 Selected measurements (in cm) of the post-cervical vertebrae and femora of a sample of hadrosauroid taxa. Abbreviations: CH = centrum height; FL = femur length; NA = femoral length was either not available or no reliable measure could be obtained for the specimen from which the height
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Selected measurements (in cm) of the ilia and <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> of a sample of hadrosa...
Published: 01 May 2011
T able 2 Selected measurements (in cm) of the ilia and femora of a sample of hadrosauroid dinosaurs. Abbreviations: D = depth of the ilium (H/D); FL = femur length; H = maximum height or depth of the central iliac plate; L = anteroposterior length of the iliac central plate; NA = femoral length
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Figure 6. Bone configurations. A) Cluster of two left and one right <span class="search-highlight">femora</span>,...
Published: 01 January 2010
Figure 6. Bone configurations. A) Cluster of two left and one right femora, partial right tibia and partial dorsal rib from lower 15 cm of bonebed. #AK-83-V-303. B) Rare example of skeletal articulation. Three slightly displaced anterior caudal vertebrae. #AK-122-V-030. Scale bars  =  5 cm.
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<span class="search-highlight">Femora</span> of  Chilantaisaurus tashuikouensis  (IVPP V.2884.4): (a–d, f) left f...
Published: 29 August 2008
Figure 4. Femora of Chilantaisaurus tashuikouensis (IVPP V.2884.4): (a–d, f) left femur; (e, g) right femur; (a) anterior view; (b) medial view; (c, e) posterior view; (d) lateral view; (f) proximal view; (g) distal view. Abbreviations: h – femoral head; ft – fourth trochanter; gt – greater
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Fig. 8.   Left ( a – f ) and right ( g – l ) <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> of referred specimen of...
Published: 05 August 2008
Fig. 8. Left ( a – f ) and right ( g – l ) femora of referred specimen of Suzhousaurus megatherioides (FRDC-GSJB-2004-001) in cranial ( a , g ), caudal ( b , h ), lateral ( c , i ), medial ( d , j ), proximal ( e , k ), and distal ( f , l ) views. Scale bar = 10 cm.
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<span class="search-highlight">Femora</span> of  Wyomylus whitei .   A  , Left femur, anterior view.   B  , Right...
Published: 01 January 2008
Figure 26. Femora of Wyomylus whitei . A , Left femur, anterior view. B , Right femur, posterior view. Scale divisions = 1 cm.
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<span class="search-highlight">Femora</span> (LACM 5572&#x2F;150148). (A) proximal and distal portion of left femur, p...
Published: 14 April 2005
Fig. 9. Femora (LACM 5572/150148). (A) proximal and distal portion of left femur, posterior, and distal view; (B) proximal and distal portion of left femur, medial view; (C) proximal and distal portion of left femur, lateral view; (D) distal portion of right femur, anterior view. fi.c, fibular
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FIGURE 9 —Epiphyseal presence and absence in humeri and <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> of  Microtus...
Published: 01 October 2004
FIGURE 9 —Epiphyseal presence and absence in humeri and femora of Microtus townsendi ; scale bar in millimeters. (A) Humerus with proximal epiphysis missing. (B) Humerus with proximal epiphysis present. (C) Femur with distal epiphysis missing. (D) Femur with distal epiphysis present
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Distribution of lengths of  Edmontosaurus  <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> excavated at Concordia Ha...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 11. Distribution of lengths of Edmontosaurus femora excavated at Concordia Hadrosaur Site (CHS; data from Nellermoe, Gould, and Larson, in prep.) and at Mason Dinosaur Quarry (MDQ; data from Christians, 1992 ). More frequent occurrence of larger bones is consistent with an attritional
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Figure  4. Cross-sections of <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> with a broad (A) and a narrow (B) trans...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 4. Cross-sections of femora with a broad (A) and a narrow (B) transition zone between the cortical compacta and the medullary cavity. A, Bombina orientalis . B, Pleurodeles waltl
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Figure  1. Representative humeri and <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> of  Apatosaurus  (A [AMNH 6114]...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 1. Representative humeri and femora of Apatosaurus (A [AMNH 6114], E [BYU Display]), Diplodocus (B [CM 21721], F [AMNH 5855]), and Camarasaurus (C,D [MWC Display], G [AMNH 435]). All humeri are shown in anterior view, except D, which is a lateral view, and all femora are shown
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Figure  5. PCA and bivariate plots of <span class="search-highlight">femora</span>. All data are natural-log tran...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 5. PCA and bivariate plots of femora. All data are natural-log transformed. See Figure 4 for legend
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Ventral views of <span class="search-highlight">femora</span> of (A) a mature  Captorhinus aguti  individual (OMN...
Published: 12 August 2002
Fig. 7. Ventral views of femora of (A) a mature Captorhinus aguti individual (OMNH 55388) and (B) immature (OMNH 56885) and (C) mature (OMNH 56886) individuals of Captorhinus magnus , illustrating the larger size of C. magnus .
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Figure  9 —Ventral view of  Ophiacodon  <span class="search-highlight">femora</span>, showing the position of the...
Published: 01 May 2002
Figure 9 —Ventral view of Ophiacodon femora, showing the position of the adductor ridge within several species ( 1 – 4 redrawn from Romer and Price, 1940 ). 1, O. navajovicus ; 2, O. mirus ; 3, O. uniformis ; 4, O. retroversus ; 5 Ada Ophiacodon (OMNH 55234)