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Re: Dinosaurian Hyoid Apparatus



> I've recently become interested in the hyoid bones (ceratobranchials) of
dinosaurs.  These bones seem relatively rare

Hm. They aren't always preserved, long, thin and delicate as they are, but I
don't remember them as uncommon...

> and very poorly studied

Certainly.

> I have begun compiling a list of taxa from which ceratobranchials are
known.  My compiled list thus far is as follows:
[...]

*Scipionyx*. Hyoids as long as the forearm (a juvenile feature).