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Re: Huangshanlong, new Middle Jurassic sauropod from Anhui Province, China (free pdf)



Ouch. The correct volume is 52 (4):


HUANG Jian-Dong, YOU Hai-Lu, YANG Jing-Tao & REN Xin-Xin (2014)
A new sauropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic of Huangshan, Anhui Province.
Vertebrata PalAsiatica 52(4): 390-400
http://www.ivpp.cas.cn/cbw/gjzdwxb/xbwzxz/201411/P020141119426700035478.pdf

On Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 9:07 AM, Ben Creisler <bcreisler@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ben Creisler
> bcreisler@gmail.com
>
> A new sauropod dinosaur in the new issue (54:4) of Vertebrata PalAsiatica:
>
> HUANG Jian-Dong, YOU Hai-Lu, YANG Jing-Tao & REN Xin-Xin (2014)
> A new sauropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic of Huangshan, Anhui Province.
> Vertebrata PalAsiatica 54(4): 390-400
> http://www.ivpp.cas.cn/cbw/gjzdwxb/xbwzxz/201411/P020141119426700035478.pdf
>
> [NOTE: download of free pdf may be slow.]
>
>
> A new sauropod dinosaur, Huangshanlong anhuiensis gen. et sp. nov. is
> described based on specimens including right humerus, radius, and ulna
> from the Middle Jurassic Hongqin Formation of Shexian, Huangshan,
> Anhui Province. Comparative studies show that Huangshanlong can be
> assigned to Mamenchisauridae. Members of Mamenchisauridae, including
> Huangshanlong, have 25° outward torsion of the distal end of the
> humerus, well-developed two accessory processes on the cranial edge of
> the distal end of the humerus, and well-developed two cranial
> processes on the proximal end of the ulna which forms an angle of 900
> or slightly less. Compared to other members of Mamenchisauridae,
> Huangshanlong possesses a unique combination of features, such as
> transverse length of the proximal end of the humerus is 36% of the
> total length of the humerus, accessory processes are located near the
> middle of the cranial edge of the distal end of the humerus, length of
> the radius is 58% of that of the humerus, length of the ulna is two
> thirds of that of the humerus, craniomedial process on the proximal
> end of the ulna is longer than the craniolateral one, and ridges
> develop on the cranial, caudomedial, and caudolateral faces of the
> distal portion of the ulna. Huangshanlong represents the first
> Jurassic as well as the second dinosaur species in Anhui Province.