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Fig. 8 | Swiss Journal of Geosciences

Fig. 8

From: Re-description of the sauropod dinosaur Amanzia (“Ornithopsis/Cetiosauriscus”) greppini n. gen. and other vertebrate remains from the Kimmeridgian (Late Jurassic) Reuchenette Formation of Moutier, Switzerland

Fig. 8

Middle and posterior caudal vertebrae of A. greppini. a NMB M.H. 449, middle caudal vertebra in right lateral aspect. b NMB M.H. 255, middle caudal vertebra in left lateral aspect. c 19th (?) caudal vertebra NMB M.H. 257 in right lateral aspect, showing remnant of neurocentral suture. d 21st (?) caudal vertebra NMB M.H. 258 in lateral aspect. e Mid-caudal vertebra NMB M.H. 238 in lateral aspect. f Mid-caudal vertebra NMB M.H. 239 in lateral aspect. 26th (?) caudal vertebra NMB M.H. 253, g photograph and interpretative drawing in dorsal aspect, h photograph in left lateral aspect, i photograph in anterior aspect showing vertebral cotyle. k caudal vertebra NMB M.H. 254 in dorsal aspect. Mid-caudal neural spine NMB M.H. 286 l in left lateral, m in anterior aspect. n NMB M.H. 450, mid-caudal neural spine in left lateral aspect. Scale bar is 50 mm. Drawings by Serafin Padzera. cr crest, gr growth ring, n a neural arch, p trans transverse process, rug rugosity, sut nc neurocentral suture

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