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Re: pneumatic bones

Mickey Mortimer wrote:
Taxa are listed with how many pairs of dorsal pleurocoels they have:
Dilophosaurus (0)<
If only I had my monograph with me here on break! From what I remember, Welles lists pleurocoels being present in the dorsals, and unless I don't really know what a pleurocoel is (quite possible), then I've seen at least 1 dorsal with at least 1 pleurocoel from a specimen of _Dilophosaurus_.

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