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Table 9 Measurements of bones of other fossil vertebrates from Moutier, Switzerland: Crocodylomorpha and Theropoda

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

M.H. 247, caudal vertebra52a56a33a62a  
M.H. 351, caudal vertebra9828a64a  
M.H. 352, dorsal vertebra6164a6344a66a55a50a  
M.H. 329, articular31a58a
M.H. 303, skull fragment25a56a
M.H. 309, skull fragment26a50a
M.H. 370, skull fragment45a98a
  1. M.H. 350, theropod tooth: total preserved height = 48.8 mm; length (mesiodistal) at base = 18.1 mm; length at apex = 2–3 mm; breadth (labiolingual) at base = 15.5 mm; breadth at apex = 3 mm; length of complete serrated edge = 19 mm
  2. B preserved breadth or width of skull fragments, CL centrum length, Hca height of caudal articular surface, Hcr height of cranial articular surface, L preserved length of skull fragments, Lna length of neural arch, VH total vertebral height, Wca width of caudal articular surface, Wcr width of cranial articular surface. All measurement are in mm
  3. aindicates that the measurements refer only to preserved dimension at the incomplete bone