Project 1245: S. Werning, S. J. Nesbitt. 2015. Bone histology and growth in Stenaulorhynchus stockleyi (Archosauromorpha: Rhynchosauria) from the Middle Triassic of the Ruhuhu Basin of Tanzania. Comptes Rendus Palevol.

Morphobank media number
M346737

Taxonomic name
Stenaulorhynchus stockleyi

Specimen
Stenaulorhynchus stockleyi (NHMUK/PV:R36618)

Specimen notes
Partial skeleton including rostrum (mostly R maxilla and R dentary, but also including mandibular symphysis and anteriormost portion of L dentary), 14 vertebrae, rib, partial left and right humeri, left femur, right and left tibiae, right and left calcanea.

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femur - reconstructed element

Side represented
left side

Media loaded by
Sarah Werning

Copyright holder
The Natural History Museum, London (Image taken and edited by Sarah Werning)

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Media notes
After sectioning, the distal portion of the left femur was discovered among unprepared material of this individual. Here it is shown held next to the cast (made presectioning) to establish that these are the same element. Note: A vertebra from the same individual is attached to the distal half of the femur.

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