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Reconstructed jaws of <i>Alanqa saharica</i> compared to other azhdarchids.

By Nizar Ibrahim (364450), David M. Unwin (267378), David M. Martill (364451), Lahssen Baidder (364452) and Samir Zouhri (364453)


<p>A) Holotype specimen (mandibular symphysis) of <i>Alanqa saharica</i> nov gen. nov sp. (FSAC-KK 26) matched with one of the referred rostra, BSP 1993 IX 338. B) Skull outline of the azhdarchid <i>Zhejiangopterus linhaiensis</i>, modified from Unwin and Lü <a href="" target="_blank">[58]</a> and Witton and Naish <a href="" target="_blank">[65]</a>. C) Lower jaw of <i>Quetzalcoalus sp</i>., redrawn from Kellner and Langston, specimen TMM 42161-2 <a href="" target="_blank">[45]</a>.</p

Topics: Evolutionary Biology, jaws, compared
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0010875.g004
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