Data from: Paleohistological estimation of bone growth rate in extinct archosaurs

Jorge Cubo, Nathalie Le Roy, Cayetana Martinez-Maza & Laetitia Montes
The clade Archosauria contains two very different sister groups in terms of diversity (number of species) and disparity (phenotypic variation): Crurotarsi (taxa more closely related to crocodiles than to birds) and Ornithodira (pterosaurs and dinosaurs including birds). The extant species of Crurotarsi may constitute a biased sample of past biodiversity regarding growth patterns and metabolic rates. Bone histological characters can be conserved over hundreds of millions of years in the fossil record and potentially contain...
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