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Hands up - Dryosaurus

Dear All,

Here is a quick question about the ornithopod Dryosaurus.

Can anyone tell me if the hands (or parts of the hands) are preserved in this 
taxon? If so, do you happen to know in which museum the material is to be 
found? Or, where illustrations of the material has been published, or is 
visible on a web site? Alternatively, pointers to anyone who might be able to 
provide me with the relevant information would also be very welcome. Please 
reply directly to: david.unwin@rz.hu-berlin.de.



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David M. Unwin PhD

Curator for Fossil Reptiles and Birds
Institut fur Palaontologie, MUSEUM FUR NATURKUNDE 
Zentralinstitut der Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin
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