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Fig. 15 in Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus

H. F. Osborn
Fig. 15. Restorations of Struthiomimus altus. C Herbivorous, tree-browsing pose, suggested by Osborn. D Carnivorous, shore-living pose, hunting for Crustacea and small Mollusca, suggested by Barnum Brown. One-fortieth natural size.

Fig. 15 in Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus

H. F. Osborn
Fig. 15. Restorations of Struthiomimus altus. C Herbivorous, tree-browsing pose, suggested by Osborn. D Carnivorous, shore-living pose, hunting for Crustacea and small Mollusca, suggested by Barnum Brown. One-fortieth natural size.

Fig. 11 in Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus

H. F. Osborn
Fig. 11. Left pes of Struthiomimus alias, Amer. Mus. 5339. Internal, posterior, anterior, external aspects. Mts. II, III, IV, with three functional digits, Mts. V reduced. Two-ninths natural size. Compare Fig. 3a. *

Fig. 11 in Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus

H. F. Osborn
Fig. 11. Left pes of Struthiomimus alias, Amer. Mus. 5339. Internal, posterior, anterior, external aspects. Mts. II, III, IV, with three functional digits, Mts. V reduced. Two-ninths natural size. Compare Fig. 3a. *

Fig. 6 in Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus

H. F. Osborn
Fig. 6. Detail of the actual arrangement of the abdominal ribs in Struthiomimus altus, Amer. Mus. 5339, as preserved on the left side of the thorax. One-fifth natural size.

Fig. 6 in Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus

H. F. Osborn
Fig. 6. Detail of the actual arrangement of the abdominal ribs in Struthiomimus altus, Amer. Mus. 5339, as preserved on the left side of the thorax. One-fifth natural size.

Fig. 3 in Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus

H. F. Osborn
Fig. 3. Composition of complete manus (B) palmar view of Ornitholestes hermanni. Amer. Mus. 587, partly restored (Digit I) from Amer. Mus. 619, type. One half natural size. Manus of Struthiomimus altus, Amer. Mus. 5339. (A), dorsal aspect; A', palmar aspect, r, radiale, i, intermedium (?) coalesced with cc, centrale. Cl, C2, p. C3 carpalia and (?) p. tendinous ossicle. One third natural size.

Fig. 3 in Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus

H. F. Osborn
Fig. 3. Composition of complete manus (B) palmar view of Ornitholestes hermanni. Amer. Mus. 587, partly restored (Digit I) from Amer. Mus. 619, type. One half natural size. Manus of Struthiomimus altus, Amer. Mus. 5339. (A), dorsal aspect; A', palmar aspect, r, radiale, i, intermedium (?) coalesced with cc, centrale. Cl, C2, p. C3 carpalia and (?) p. tendinous ossicle. One third natural size.

Albertosaurus libratus adult and youngster? Or two species? Drawn to the same scale, note that the smaller individual's teeth, which are partly covered by the lips, are absolutely larger than the bigger one's. On the side of the lower jaw, the bulge of the surangular bone typical of tyran- nosaurs can clearly be seen. in Predatory Dinosaurs of the World

G.S. Paul
Albertosaurus libratus adult and youngster? Or two species? Drawn to the same scale, note that the smaller individual's teeth, which are partly covered by the lips, are absolutely larger than the bigger one's. On the side of the lower jaw, the bulge of the surangular bone typical of tyran- nosaurs can clearly be seen.

Albertosaurus libratus adult and youngster? Or two species? Drawn to the same scale, note that the smaller individual's teeth, which are partly covered by the lips, are absolutely larger than the bigger one's. On the side of the lower jaw, the bulge of the surangular bone typical of tyran- nosaurs can clearly be seen. in Predatory Dinosaurs of the World

G.S. Paul
Albertosaurus libratus adult and youngster? Or two species? Drawn to the same scale, note that the smaller individual's teeth, which are partly covered by the lips, are absolutely larger than the bigger one's. On the side of the lower jaw, the bulge of the surangular bone typical of tyran- nosaurs can clearly be seen.

Figure 8. Nymphaster Diomedeae Usnm E26330 In Deep-Sea (> 1000 M) Goniasteridae (Valvatida; Asteroidea) From The North Pacific, Including An Overview Of Sibogaster, Bathyceramaster N. Gen. And Three New Species

Christopher L. Mah
FIGURE 8. Nymphaster diomedeae USNM E26330. Scale bar= 5.0 mm. A. Abactinal surface. B. Closeup of abactinal surface. C. Lateral view of interradial marginal plates. D. Actinal surface. E. Close up of actinal surface showing granulation, furrow spination and tube feet.

Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Seal of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla.

Anon
Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Seal of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla, now in the collection of the Malda Museum, Malda, West Bengal, as documented in 2007. Issued by Mahendrapāla on the 2nd day of Vaiśākha in his seventh regnal year (circa CE 854) from the victory camp of Kuddālakhātaka in the Puṇḍravardhana bhukti. The charter registers that Mahendrapāla, the son and successor of Devapāla, announced before the body of the officers and other persons assembled on...

Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Seal of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla.

Anon
Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Seal of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla, now in the collection of the Malda Museum, Malda, West Bengal, as documented in 2007. Issued by Mahendrapāla on the 2nd day of Vaiśākha in his seventh regnal year (circa CE 854) from the victory camp of Kuddālakhātaka in the Puṇḍravardhana bhukti. The charter registers that Mahendrapāla, the son and successor of Devapāla, announced before the body of the officers and other persons assembled on...

Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Detail of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla

Anon
Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Detail of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla, now in the collection of the Malda Museum, Malda, West Bengal, as documented in 2007.

Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Detail of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla

Anon
Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Detail of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla, now in the collection of the Malda Museum, Malda, West Bengal, as documented in 2007.

Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Detail of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla

Anon
Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Detail of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla, now in the collection of the Malda Museum, Malda, West Bengal, as documented in 2007.

Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Detail of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla

Anon
Jagjivanpur, West Bengal. Detail of the copper-plate charter of Mahendrapāla, now in the collection of the Malda Museum, Malda, West Bengal, as documented in 2007.

1—7. Thespesius occidentalis. 8-17 in Extinct vertebrata from the Judith River and Great Lignite formations of Nebraska.

J. Leidy
1—7. Thespesius occidentalis. 8-17 Ischyrotherium antiquum.

1—7. Thespesius occidentalis. 8-17 in Extinct vertebrata from the Judith River and Great Lignite formations of Nebraska.

J. Leidy
1—7. Thespesius occidentalis. 8-17 Ischyrotherium antiquum.

Fig. 2 in Tyrannosaurus and other Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaurs

H.F. Osborn
Fig. 2. Inner surface of the left lower jaw of the type specimen of Dynamosaurus imperiosus. 1/8 nat. size.

Fig. 2 in Tyrannosaurus and other Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaurs

H.F. Osborn
Fig. 2. Inner surface of the left lower jaw of the type specimen of Dynamosaurus imperiosus. 1/8 nat. size.

Fig. 1 in Tyrannosaurus and other Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaurs

H.F. Osborn
Fig. 1. Rough outline showing scale of size of Tyrannosaurus rex. By W. D. M. The association of the small forearm is probably incorrect.

Fig. 1 in Tyrannosaurus and other Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaurs

H.F. Osborn
Fig. 1. Rough outline showing scale of size of Tyrannosaurus rex. By W. D. M. The association of the small forearm is probably incorrect.

FIGURE 137 in Revision and phylogenetic analysis of the orb-weaving spider genus Glenognatha Simon, 1887 (Araneae, Tetragnathidae)

Jimmy Cabra-García & Antonio D. Brescovit
FIGURE 137. Distribution of G. minuta, G. gouldi new species and G. emertoni.

FIGURE 137 in Revision and phylogenetic analysis of the orb-weaving spider genus Glenognatha Simon, 1887 (Araneae, Tetragnathidae)

Jimmy Cabra-García & Antonio D. Brescovit
FIGURE 137. Distribution of G. minuta, G. gouldi new species and G. emertoni.

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