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Re: Anatomical terms
Graeme Worth wrote:
There are a few anatomical terms I'm having great difficulty finding
definitions for. Hopefully one of the anatomy wizards on the list can help
Nasolacrimal crests are crests that run from the nasals to the lacrimals,
like those of Dilophosaurus and Liliensternus.
Probably the paroccipital process.
Probably the pubic apron(?).
A distal expansion of the ilium, look at most non-coelurosaurian tetanurans
for an example.
Sort of a countersink-structure in a bone. See the paroccipital of
Archaeopteryx or some dromaeosaurids, I suppose.
aim s/n Eoraptor22
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