Fig. 4 in Growing up Tyrannosaurus rex: Osteohistology refutes the pygmy \"Nanotyrannus\" and supports ontogenetic niche partitioning in juvenile Tyrannosaurus

Holly N. Woodward, Katie Tremaine, Scott A. Williams, Lindsay E. Zanno, John R. Horner & Nathan Myhrvold
Fig. 4. Examples of variable CGM (blue lines) spacing in tyrannosaurids examined for this study. (A) The variability of CGM spacing in the femur of BMRP 2002.4.1 and (B) the tibia of BMRP 2006.4.4 may imply that these individuals were approaching asymptotic body length. However, CGMs within the innermost cortices of much larger T. rex specimens (C) USNM PAL 555000 and (D) MOR 1128 demonstrate that the CGM spacing is not a reliable indicator of...
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