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Structural Extremes in a Cretaceous Dinosaur
Fossils of the Early Cretaceous dinosaur, Nigersaurus taqueti, document for the first time the cranial anatomy of a rebbachisaurid sauropod. Its extreme adaptations for herbivory at ground-levelExpand
Homology and evolution of the deep dorsal thigh musculature in birds and other reptilia
  • Timothy Rowe
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of morphology
  • 1 September 1986
Data from adult birds, crocodilians, Sphenodon, squamates, turtles, and from the chick embryo are compared to test conflicting hypotheses of homology of the deep dorsal thigh muscles of birds andExpand
CRANIAL ENDOCAST OF THE CRETACEOUS THEROPOD DINOSAUR ACROCANTHOSAURUS ATOKENSIS
Abstract Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, a large carcharodontosaurid theropod, is known from several specimens collected in the 1990s, as well as the two original specimens collected in the 1940s. TheExpand
The Osteoderms and Palpebral in Lanthanotus borneensis (Squamata: Anguimorpha)
is rarely collected, probably because itis nocturnal, fossorial, and semiaquatic (Harrisson,1962; Manthey and Grossman, 1997). Few specimensexist in collections worldwide, and skeletons areExpand
THE PRESENCE OF CLEITHRA IN THE BASAL TURTLE Kayentachelys aprix
Cherepanov G. O. (1997), «The origin of the bony shell of turtles as a unique evolutionary model in reptiles,» Russ. J. Herpetol., 4, 155-162. Cherepanov G. O. (2005), «Morphogenesis of the bonyExpand
A FURCULA IN THE COELOPHYSID THEROPOD SYNTARSUS
We report the occurrence of a furcula (fused clavicles) in both species of the Early Jurassic coelophysid theropod dinosaur Syntarsus (Coelophysidae sensu Holtz, 1994; =Coelophysis and Syntarsus andExpand
FOSSIL TURTLE RESEARCH
Cherepanov G. O. (1997), «The origin of the bony shell of turtles as a unique evolutionary model in reptiles,» Russ. J. Herpetol., 4, 155-162. Cherepanov G. O. (2005), «Morphogenesis of the bonyExpand
RAPID COMMUNICATION A FURCULA IN THE COELOPHYSID THEROPOD SYNTARSUS
RONALD S. TYKOSKI1, CATHERINE A. FORSTER2, TIMOTHY ROWE1, SCOTT D. SAMPSON3, and DARLINGTON MUNYIKWA4 1Jackson School of Geosciences, and the Vertebrate Paleontology Laboratory of the Texas MemorialExpand