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Bringing Dicynodonts Back to Life: Paleobiology and Anatomy of a New Emydopoid Genus from the Upper Permian of Mozambique

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SR∀CT virtual histological sections of the femur and partial pelvic girdle of Niassodon mfumukasi.

(A) Volume rendering of the femur and partial pelvic girdle; (B) Proximal epiphyseal section of the femur; (C) longitudinal section along the femur; (D) diaphyseal section of the femur and acetabulum (note that the femur is not in anatomical position, but as it was found in the fossil, i.e., the femur epiphysis is dislodged from the acetabulum).

Figure 14