Diandongosaurus acutidentatus Shang, Wu & Li, 2011 (Diapsida: Sauropterygia) and the relationships of Chinese eosauropterygians

@article{Sato2013DiandongosaurusAS,
  title={Diandongosaurus acutidentatus Shang, Wu \& Li, 2011 (Diapsida: Sauropterygia) and the relationships of Chinese eosauropterygians},
  author={Tamaki Sato and Yen-nien Cheng and Xiao-Chun Wu and Hsi-yin Shan},
  journal={Geological Magazine},
  year={2013},
  volume={151},
  pages={121 - 133}
}
Abstract Diandongosaurus acutidentatus Shang, Wu & Li, 2011 is restudied on the basis of a new specimen. The new specimen provides further information on the palate of the skull, the shoulder girdle, the gastralia and hind limbs, and permits revision of the diagnosis. Newly added or modified diagnostic characters include the presence of a few small vomerine teeth, the presence of an ectopterygoid, lateral elements of gastralia distally swollen and curving dorsally, boomerang-shaped… 
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