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*  Lambeosaurus
Similar scalation is known from the neck, forelimb, and foot of a specimen of L. magnicristatus. Lambeosaurus is the type genus ...
*  Eolambia
CEUM 5212, a partial skull and forelimb from an adult, was found nearby in CEUM Locality 42em369v. CEUM 8786, a left femur from ... forelimbs, and hindlimbs along with a dorsal vertebra from OMNH v824; OMNH 27749, a sacrum and ischium from OMNH v696; OMNH ...
*  Procompsognathus
... elements of the shoulder girdle and a forelimb; an ilium; both pubes and the hindlimbs. It represents an adult individual. ...
*  Venenosaurus
"Forelimb," Tidwell, Carpenter, and Meyer (2001). Page 148. "Pelvis," Tidwell, Carpenter, and Meyer (2001). Page 152. " ...
*  Dinosaur
... common early coelurosaurs with reduced forelimbs) †Tyrannosauridae (Tyrannosaurus and close relatives; had reduced forelimbs) † ... small insectivores with reduced forelimbs each bearing one enlarged claw) Maniraptora ("hand snatchers"; had long, slender arms ...
*  Evolution of dinosaurs
Most sauropods still had hindlimbs larger than forelimbs; one notable exception is Brachiosaurus whose long forelimbs suggest ... The forelimbs in known fossils are relatively long. The major clades were already established by the early Jurassic. The ... only having two functional digits on very short forelimbs. The ancestral dinosaur was a carnivore. Herbivory among dinosaurs ... Features defining this clade include a ratio of forelimb length to hindlimb length greater than 0.6. ...
*  Allosaurus
The forelimbs of Allosaurus were short in comparison to the hindlimbs (only about 35% the length of the hindlimbs in adults) ... Allosaurus was a typical large theropod, having a massive skull on a short neck, a long tail and reduced forelimbs. Allosaurus ... This is compatible with other evidence that the forelimbs were strong and capable of restraining prey. Studies done by Stephen ... Stress fractures and tendon avulsions occurring in the forelimb have special behavioral significance since while injuries to ...
*  Comparative anatomy
A common example of comparative anatomy is the similar bone structures in forelimbs of cats, whales, bats, and humans. All of ... An example is the forelimb structure shared by cats and whales. Analogous structures - structures similar in different ... One explanation for the forelimbs' similar composition is descent with modification. Through random mutations and natural ...
*  Chubutisaurus
2004). "Forelimb," Tidwell, Carpenter, and Meyer (2001). Page 148. Tidwell, V., Carpenter, K. & Meyer, S. 2001. New ...
*  Physiology of dinosaurs
... and Ostrom both pointed out that all dinosaurs had erect hindlimbs and that all quadrupedal dinosaurs had erect forelimbs; and ...
*  Hadrosaurid
"Hadrosaur Forelimb Study". Palaeo-electronica.org. Retrieved 2013-07-23. Bryner, Jeanna (2009-06-29). "Study hints at what and ...
*  Titanosaur
Their forelimbs were also stocky, and often longer than their hind limbs. Their vertebrae (back bones) were solid (not hollowed ...
*  Acrocanthosaurus
The forelimbs could not swing forward very far, unable even to scratch the animal's own neck. Therefore, they were not likely ... Its forelimbs were relatively shorter and more robust than those of Allosaurus but were otherwise similar: each hand bore three ... On the other hand, the forelimbs were able to retract towards the body very strongly. Once prey had been seized in the jaws, ... After determining the ranges of motion in the joints of the forelimb, the study went on to hypothesize about the predatory ...
*  Shuvuuia
The forelimbs, however, were unusually short and powerfully constructed. Although originally Shuvuuia and other alvarezsaurids ... Like other alvarezsaurids, Shuvuuia may have used its forelimbs to open insect nests, and its slender, unusually mobile jaws to ... small coelurosaurian dinosaurs which are characterized by short but powerful forelimbs specialized for digging. The type (and ...
*  Ornithomimosauria
The fore limbs ("arms") were long and slender and bore powerful claws. The hind limbs were long and powerful, with a long foot ... Nicholls, E. L.; Russell, A. P. (1985). "Structure and function of the pectoral girdle and forelimb of Struthiomimus altus ( ...
*  Pteranodon
Using their long forelimbs for leverage, they would have vaulted themselves into the air in a rapid leap. Almost all of the ... energy would have been generated by the forelimbs. The upstroke of the wings would have occurred when the animal cleared the ...
*  Forelimb
A forearm however is the part of the arm or forelimb between the elbow and the wrist.) All vertebrate forelimbs are homologous ... A forelimb is an anterior limb (arm, leg, or similar appendage) on a terrestrial vertebrate's body. For quadrupeds, the term ... homology: homologies of the forelimb among vertebrates". Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved January 27, 2013. ...
*  Indian narrow-headed softshell turtle
3-4 forelimb lamellae; No peri-orbital X pattern; No distinct peri-orbital ocelli; No distinct naso-orbital triangular "figure ...
*  Chrysocetus
... a partial left forelimb; and partial innominates. A second species, Chrysocetus fouadassii, is known from Bartonian-age ...
*  Pseudophilautus adspersus
Dorsal forelimb has glandular warts. Smooth granular skin on throat and underside of thigh, and rough granular skin on chest ...
*  Unduruh Formation
Ambiortus dementjevi - "Vertebrae and forelimb." Holbotia ponomarenkoi Earth sciences portal Paleontology portal Dinosaurs ...
*  Deinocheirus
... and Therizinosaurus possessed the longest forelimbs known for any bipedal dinosaurs. The holotype forelimbs ... It is slightly larger than the holotype, and it could be clearly identified as Deinocheirus by its left forelimb, and therefore ... The specimen consisted of both forelimbs, excluding the claws of the right hand, the complete shoulder girdle, centra of three ... The specific name comes from Latin and means "unusual" or "peculiar", chosen for the unusual structure of the forelimbs. The ...
*  Scipionyx
The furcula is broad and more or less U-shaped with its two branches angled at 125°. The forelimb is rather long; its length is ... The hindlimbs and especially the forelimbs were rather elongated. Dal Sasso & Maganuco considered it likely that a coat of ... Mysterious shaft parts present near the forelimbs are by Dal Sasso & Maganuco interpreted as the remains of a nineteenth ...
*  2017 in mammal paleontology
J. Tarquini; N. Toledo; C. C. Morgan; L. H. Soibelzon (2017). "The forelimb of †Cyonasua sp. (Procyonidae, Carnivora): ... A study on the growth of forelimb bones of Smilodon fatalis as indicated by the anatomy of specimens recovered from the La Brea ... substrate preference and locomotory mode in the forelimb of Cyonasua is published by Tarquini et al. (2017). A reevaluation of ...
*  Noel Fitzpatrick
"Forelimb Amputation Prosthesis (PerFiTS) - Fitzpatrick Referrals". Fitzpatrick Referrals. Retrieved 2017-04-12. MRCVSonline. " ...