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“…However, plastral plates of Phrynops are more vascularised than xiphiplastron of Cearachelys (Figure 7 and Table S1). On the other hand, plastral plates of Cretaceous chelid Linderochelys rinconensis and cryptodires (both extinct and extant) exhibit a slower growth rate, characterized by parallel-fibered bone which suggests a more conservative pattern in shell osteohistology (Danilov, Obraztsova, Boitsova, & Skutschas, 2018;Jannello, Maniel, Previtera, & dela Fuente, 2018;Scheyer, Syromyatnikova, & Danilov, 2017;Skutschas et al, 2020;Skutschas, Boitsova, Cherepanov, & Danilov, 2017). An additional and unique aspect reported in C. placidoi's xiphiplastron is the cancellous bone reduction in the craniocaudal axis, which becomes more compact in its distal portion.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, plastral plates of Phrynops are more vascularised than xiphiplastron of Cearachelys (Figure 7 and Table S1). On the other hand, plastral plates of Cretaceous chelid Linderochelys rinconensis and cryptodires (both extinct and extant) exhibit a slower growth rate, characterized by parallel-fibered bone which suggests a more conservative pattern in shell osteohistology (Danilov, Obraztsova, Boitsova, & Skutschas, 2018;Jannello, Maniel, Previtera, & dela Fuente, 2018;Scheyer, Syromyatnikova, & Danilov, 2017;Skutschas et al, 2020;Skutschas, Boitsova, Cherepanov, & Danilov, 2017). An additional and unique aspect reported in C. placidoi's xiphiplastron is the cancellous bone reduction in the craniocaudal axis, which becomes more compact in its distal portion.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The predominance of woven bone suggests fast skeletal growth, a derived characteristic seen in C. placidoi and the extant pleurodiran genus Phrynops 46 , 47 . In contrast, extinct and extant cryptodires and the Cretaceous chelid Linderochelys rinconensis exhibit greater parallel-fibered bone, characteristic of a slower growth rate and a more conservative osteohistological pattern 46 , 48 53 .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The stegosaurian teeth from Teete resemble the teeth of Stegosaurus in having a similar crown shape and number of denticles (9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14), in having a pronounced ring-like cingulum, in lacking a well-pronounced primary ridge, and in the presence of a "complex network of secondary ridges" (see descriptions/figures of teeth of Stegosaurus in [18,24,25]). Thus, tooth morphology suggests that the Teete stegosaur is likely a derived stegosaur with possible stegosaurine affinities.…”
Section: Plos Onementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Early Cretaceous (Berriasian-Barremian) Teete vertebrate assemblage in southwestern Yakutia (Eastern Siberia, Russia) was formed close to Mesozoic polar latitudes (paleolatitude estimate of N 62˚in Averianov et al, 2019 and N 66.5˚in Fossilworks, http://fossilworks.org.) and is widely known for its polar dinosaurs, as well as turtles, salamanders, and mammaliaforms and mammals [7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14]. The high-latitude dinosaurian assemblage of Teete includes stegosaurs, ornithopods, theropods, and sauropods [9,10].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%