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Re: Pelicosaurs: sprawling or not?
--- Aspidel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In PT#50, Tracy Ford wrote in a paper about "how to draw non-dinosaurs"
> (:-) that, based on
> tracks and on some features of the articulations of the limb, we'll maybe
> have to re-study the
> walk of _Dimetrodon_ and _Edaphosaurus_: they may have walked with a quite
> erected stance.
> What's your current opinion on this subject?
I was under the impression that even monotremes have a semi-sprawling posture
and that, among
synapsids, fully erect stance is seen only in therians. Would like to know if
this is wrong.
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