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Fig. 1. Reconstruction of Inkayacu paracasensis in oblique anterior view showing recovered elements in white and photographs of the holotype specimen (MUSM 1444): skull and mandible in (A and C) dorsal (B) ventral and (D) lateral views; scapula in (E) lateral view and humerus in (F) posterior, (G) ventral, (H) anterior and (I) distal views; femur in (J) dorsal, (K) medial, (L) ventral and (M) distal views; patella in (N) anterior view; tibiotarsus in (O) lateral view and tarsometatarsus in (P) proximal, (Q) distal, (R) anterior and (S) plantar views. AC: acromion, AMB: pathway of m. ambiens tendon, ATR: anterior trochlear process, CBC: m. coracobrachialis caudalis insertion, CF: fibular crest, CNE: cnemial crests, CNS: coracobrachialis nerve sulcus, CT: coracoid tuberosity, DEN: dentary, GR: groove on premaxilla, IL: m. iliofemoralis and iliotrochantericus insertions, LF: lacrimal facet, LPVF: lateral proximal vascular foramen, MHC: medial hypotarsal crest, MC: medial condyle, MTR: middle trochlear process, PIII-1: manual phalanx III-1, PAL: palatine, PATH: pathology, PF: pectoralis fossa, PO: postorbital process, PS: parasphenoid rostrum, PTR: posterior trochlear process, SC: m. supracoracoideus insertion, SF: salt gland fossa, SU: surangular, T: tab-like process, TF: temporal fossa, V: vomer. Asterisks demarcate autapomorphies referenced in the diagnosis (10).

DOI: 10.1126/science.1193604

 

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Taken on October 1, 2010