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Re: Trilophosaurus - climber?

Aside to the claw morphology, the big hands and feet, the authors considered the stiffness of the distal part of the tail, that could have acted as an help for bridging as it occurs in large iguanas. I agree hat the size is a bit large, however.

Silvio Renesto

At 15.05 26/03/2006, you wrote:
That's an agreeable thought, considering the morphology. The size
might be the only possible stopper. It's big.

David Peters
St. Louis


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