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Table 1 Complete list of material that can be assigned to A. greppini

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

Collection no.MaterialAssignment to type seriesPrevious mentionIndividualAnnotations
M.H. 206Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 209Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 221(8th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 235Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)No assignment possible17 cm long, 10 high, Bone is missing
M.H. 238Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionNoNoneIndividual CBone fragment M.H. 357 was glued to this specimen in 2005
M.H. 239Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 5)Individual CNone
M.H. 240Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionNoNoneIndividual CNone
M.H. 241Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)No assignment possible12.5 cm long, 8.5 cm high, Bone is missing
M.H. 242(17th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual APathologic, CT study performed in 2007
M.H. 243Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionNoNoneIndividual DNone
M.H. 244(27th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 245(28th) Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)Individual ANone
M.H. 246(Possibly fourth) metatarsalSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 8)Individual ADetermined as posterior caudal vertebra by Huene (1922)
M.H. 248(18th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual APathologic, CT study performed in 2007
M.H. 249(20th) Caudal vertebra with remnant of transverse processNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 250(25th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 251Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionNoNoneIndividual CNone
M.H. 252Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 6)Individual CNone
M.H. 253(26th) Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)Individual ANone
M.H. 254(22nd) Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)Individual ANone
M.H. 255Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionNoNoneIndividual DNone
M.H. 256(24th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual APathologic
M.H. 257(19th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 258(21st) Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 7)Individual ABone fragment M.H. 324 was glued to this specimen in 2005
M.H. 259Right ulnaSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85Individual CDetermined as radius or tibia by Huene (1922)
M.H. 260Right humerusSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 83, Text-fig. A: b, c), Schwarz et al. (2007a, b, c)Individual ADistal articular cartilage capsule preserved
M.H. 261Long bone shaft fragmentNoHuene (1922: p. 84)Not assignedBone used for thin section
M.H. 262Right femur, shaft fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85)Individual CNone
M.H. 263Long bone shaft fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 264Left radiusSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85, fig. 18)Individual CDetermined as metacarpal by Huene (1922)
M.H. 265Cervical vertebra, mid-cervical regionSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)Individual ACT study performed in 2007
M.H. 266Left prezygapophysis, mid-cervical regionSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)Individual ANone
M.H. 267Cervical vertebra, position, mid-cervical regionSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)Individual A or DCT study performed in 2007
M.H. 268Cervical vertebra, fragment of caudal articular cotylaSyntypeGreppin (1870: p. 339, Pl. 1 fig. 4), Huene (1922: p. 82)Individual AOriginally preserved together with M.H. 365, both determined as scutes by Greppin (1870), and found to be lost by Huene (1922), although he mentions this specimen
M.H. 269Pollex claw (manus ungual phalanx)SyntypeHuene (1922: p. 86)Individual AHuene (1922: fig. 4) erroneously referred to this number the neural spine M.H 369
M.H. 270Pedal ungual phalanx, castSyntypeGreppin (1870: Pl. 1 fig. 5), Huene (1922: p. 86, fig. 23a, b)Individual CPreserved is only the cast, the original bone is missing
M.H. 271(3rd) Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81)Individual ANone
M.H. 272(5th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 273(6th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 274(9th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 275(12th) Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81)Individual ANone
M.H. 276(11th) Caudal vertebraSyntypeGreppin (1870: Pl.1, fig. 3), Huene (1922: p. 81, fig. 2)Individual ATransverse process incorrectly figured by Huene (1922)
M.H. 277(4th) Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81, fig. 1a, b), Meyer and Thüring (2003: fig. 7b)Individual AStrongly simplified drawing in Huene (1922), wrong collection number (M.H. 280) in Meyer and Thüring (2003)
M.H. 278First caudal (postsacral) vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81)Individual ANone
M.H. 279(7th) Caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81)Individual ANone
M.H. 280(2nd) Caudal vertebraSyntypeGreppin (1870: Pl. 1, fig. 2), Huene (1922: p. 81), Meyer and Thüring (2003: fig. 7a)Individual AWrong collection number (M.H. 277) in Meyer and Thüring (2003) and transverse process is lacking in this figure
M.H. 282Left fibulaSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85)Individual CDetermined as femur fragment by Huene (1922)
M.H. 283Girdle or long bone cortex fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 284Right coracoidSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 86, fig. 22)Individual ADetermined as metatarsal by Huene (1922)
M.H. 285Long bone cortex fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85)Not assignedDetermined as femur fragment by Huene (1922)
M.H. 286Neural spine of mid-caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81)Individual ANone
M.H. 287Girdle or long bone cortex fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 288Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionNoNoneIndividual CNone
M.H. 289Girdle or long bone cortex fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 290Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 291Dorsal rib, fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 9)Individual APossible impact/bite marks
M.H. 292Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 293Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 294Metapodium shaft fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 295Caudal vertebra, fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 297Caudal vertebra, fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85, fig. 17)Not assignedNone
M.H. 299Dorsal vertebra, fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 300Anterior caudal neural spineSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81)Individual ACould from its size and morphology belong to the caudal vertebra M.H. 277
M.H. 301Left maxillaNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 302(10th) Caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 304Fragment of mid-caudal neural spineSyntypeNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 305Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 306Dorsal rib, fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 10)Individual ANone
M.H. 307Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 308Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 310Small cortex fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 311Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 312Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 313Left postorbitalNoNoneIndividual ADetermination uncertain
M.H. 314Cortex fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 315Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 316Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 317Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 318Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 319Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 320Tiny cortex chipNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 321Cortex fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 323Metapodium shaftNoNoneIndividual APossible impact/bite marks
M.H. 324(21st) Caudal vertebral neural spine, belongs to M.H.258SyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 7)Individual AWas glued to M.H. 258 in 2005
M.H. 325Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 326Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 327Incomplete bone, possibly calcaneumNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 328Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 330Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 331Bone fragment, possibly from skullNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 332Bone fragment, possibly from skullSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82)Not assignedNone
M.H. 333Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 334Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 335Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 336Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 337Tiny bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 338Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 339Left tibiaSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85, fig. 20)Individual AFigured in Huene (1922) with complete proximal margin
M.H. 340Left ulnaSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 84, fig. 16)Individual CNone
M.H. 341Left humerusSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 83)Individual CNone
M.H. 342Right tibiaSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85, fig. 20)Individual ANone
M.H. 344Right Scapula, shaft fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 11b)Individual ANone
M.H. 345Right fibula, distal fragment with rugositySyntypeHuene (1922: fig. 25)Individual AHuene (1922: fig. 25) erroneously referred to this number the figure of another caudal vertebra M.H 354
M.H. 346Left Pubis, shaft fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 83), fig. 13Individual ANone
M.H. 347Left Pubis, shaft fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 83, fig. 14)Individual BNone
M.H. 348Long bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 349Left femurSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85), Meyer and Thüring (2003: fig. 6b)Individual AWrong collection number (M.H. 372) in Meyer and Thüring (2003); possible impact/bite marks
M.H. 353Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 89)Individual BNone
M.H. 354Caudal vertebra, mid-caudal regionSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 89, fig. 25)Individual BHuene (1922) gives a wrong collection number (M.H. 345) to this specimen and determines it as crocodylomorph vertebra
M.H. 355Fragment of mid-caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 89)Individual BIs glued to M.H. 354
M.H. 357Fragment of caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual CIs glued to M.H. 238
M.H. 358Left ischium, proximal partSyntypeNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 359Left pubis, fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 83, fig. 12)Individual APossible impact/bite marks
M.H. 360Long bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 361Long bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 362Long bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 363Long bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 364Long bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 365Cervical vertebra, fragment of caudal articular cotylaNoGreppin (1870: Pl. 1 fig. 4)Individual AOriginally preserved together with M.H. 268, both determined as scutes by Greppin (1870), and found to be lost by Huene (1922)
M.H. 366Bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 367Long bone fragmentNoNoneNot assignedNone
M.H. 368Left scapula, proximal shaft fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 82, fig. 11a)Individual CPossible impact/bite marks
M.H. 369Neural spine of cranial caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81, fig. 4)Individual ACould from its size and morphology belong to the caudal vertebra M.H. 280
M.H. 371Neural spine of cranial caudal vertebraSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 81)Individual ACould from its size and morphology belong to the caudal vertebra M.H. 278
M.H. 372Left femurSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 85, fig. 19), Meyer and Thüring: fig. 6aIndividual CWrong collection number (M.H. 349) in Meyer and Thüring (2003)
M.H. 373Left fibulaSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 86, fig. 21)Individual ANone
M.H. 374Left fibula fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: text-fig. A-a)Individual CIs glued to M.H. 387
M.H. 378Dorsal rib, fragmentNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 386Left fibula fragmentSyntypeHuene (1922: text-fig. A-a)Individual CIs glued to M.H. 387
M.H. 387Left fibulaSyntypeHuene (1922: p. 83, text-fig. A-a)Individual CBone is composed by the two glued fragments M.H. 374 and M.H. 386. Huene (1922) described and figured this bone as ischium with the number M.H. 386, whereas he referred M.H. 387 to be a left tibia, which is lost.
M.H. 449(16th) caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 450Neural spine of mid-caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual ANone
M.H. 451ToothNoNoneIndividual ANone
No collection numberMid-caudal vertebraNoNoneIndividual DNone
  1. Those parts of the complete material that were mentioned in Huene’s (1922) original description, represent the type material or syntype. Additional and unpublished material is referred to A. greppini in this paper. Size differences and double elements make it possible to distinguish between at least four individuals in three different size classes; these are indicated in the table as individuals A–D, or, if too fragmentary, are not assigned to one of these individuals. Caudal vertebrae assigned to individual A have been tentatively determined to their anatomical position in accordance with the skeletal reconstruction