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“…'Cimoliasaurus'-grade vertebrae are, on average, longer than high and wider than long or high (Otero, 2016). These 'can-shaped' vertebrae are somewhat intermediate in morphology between the elongated vertebrae of the styxosaurines and the shortened vertebrae of the aristonectines (Figures 14, 15, Appendix Figures 2-4) (Otero, 2016;O'Gorman, 2019b). The vertebrae for most Australian specimens (except QM F3567 and O. andamookaensis), overlap with the non-Australian 'Cimoliasaurus'-grade morphotypes and styxosaurines (Figures 14, 15, Appendix Figures 2-4).…”
Section: Systematic Implications Of Australian Elasmosaurid Vertebral Morphologymentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…'Cimoliasaurus'-grade vertebrae are, on average, longer than high and wider than long or high (Otero, 2016). These 'can-shaped' vertebrae are somewhat intermediate in morphology between the elongated vertebrae of the styxosaurines and the shortened vertebrae of the aristonectines (Figures 14, 15, Appendix Figures 2-4) (Otero, 2016;O'Gorman, 2019b). The vertebrae for most Australian specimens (except QM F3567 and O. andamookaensis), overlap with the non-Australian 'Cimoliasaurus'-grade morphotypes and styxosaurines (Figures 14, 15, Appendix Figures 2-4).…”
Section: Systematic Implications Of Australian Elasmosaurid Vertebral Morphologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Australian elasmosaurids from Lower Cretaceous (Aptian-Albian) deposits (Sachs, 2005;Kear, 2007;Kear, 2016;Kear et al, 2017;Otero, 2016;O'Gorman et al, 2019b) share 'Cimoliasaurus'grade cervical morphologies with other early elasmosaurids, and overlap taxa of similar age (e.g., C. colombiensis). Late Cretaceous 'Cimoliasaurus'grade specimens (Kawanectes lafquenianus, CM Zfr 115, AMNH FARB 2554) are generally well discriminated from the Australian elasmosaurids.…”
Section: Phylogenetic Implicationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Los plesiosaurios son un orden de reptiles marinos cuyo biocrón se extiende desde el Triásico Temprano hasta el límite K/Pg (Rieppel 1997, Rieppel 2000, Wintrich et al 2017, O'Gorman et al 2019. Entre las modificaciones del plan corporal básico de un tetrápodo se destaca la modificación de las extremidades en aletas con una marcada hiperfalangia (Romer 1966, O'Keefe 2001, Benson & Druckenmiller 2014.…”
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