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I really wish that when describing significant new fossils, high
resolution photographs with a couple of lighting angles were attached in
the supporting information. It's so easy to do, and make research a
helluva lot easier for everyone.
The authors note that "[T]he gastralia and the sternum, which tend to be
fragile and badly preserved in juveniles, are well ossified in this
specimen (Figs. 2 and 3)." - which is interesting, but I can't make out
either in the supplied photograph.