Project 485: Nesbitt, S. J., P. M. Barrett, S. Werning, C. A. Sidor, and A. J. Charig. 2013. The oldest dinosaur? A Middle Triassic dinosauriform from Tanzania. Biology Letters. 9:5pp.
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M67962
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68003
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68004
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68005
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68006
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68007
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68008
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68021
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68022
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68023
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68024
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M68025
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
histology (cross-section, mid-di...
M128708
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
humerus
M128709
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
dorsal vertebrae
M128710
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
sacral vertebrae
M128711
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
sacral vertebrae
M128712
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
sacral vertebrae
M128713
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
cervical vertebrae
M128714
† Nyasasaurus parringtoni
dorsal vertebrae
M149577
humerus
M149578
cervical vertebrae