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re: P. antiquus prox femur

Chris Bennett wrote:

Regarding the holotype of Pterodactylus antiquus:  there is an
impression of
the proximal femur in the limestone suggesting that the most likely
explanation for the present absence of the proximal femur is loss when
slab was split upon collection.  The head of the femur is most certainly
in the UTF.



If the head of the femur is not in the UTF, then what is that bulbous
thing at that location?

I'm guessing headphones, but I could be wrong.

:  )

David Peters
St. Louis