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Size of Tanystropheus



The Wikipedia article for Tanystropheus:
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanystropheus
Says that it attained 6 m, with a 3 m neck.
That's a long more than I'd realised, and way longer than any of the
specimens described by Nosotti (2007).  Predictably, no meaningful
reference is given for this length.  Does anyone out there know where
such an estimate might have come from?  What's the biggest known
specimen, and where was it described?

Thanks in advance.