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Anatomy, taphonomy, and phylogenetic implications of a new specimen of Eolambia caroljonesa (Dinosauria: Ornithopoda) from the Cedar Mountain Formation, Utah, USA

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Preserved elements of FMNH PR 3847.

Bones are arranged in an approximation of life position in left lateral view, using a skeletal reconstruction of Mantellisaurus atherfieldensis [62] as a template. Numbers correspond to table of measurements (S1 Table). Caudal cervical vertebra (4), caudal dorsal neural arch (7), right dorsal rib (13), two proximal caudal centra (17 and 18), left pubis (27, medial view), and right ischium (28) are reversed. Sacral ribs and more recently prepared dorsal vertebrae are not shown. Scale bar equals 1 meter.

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