Some Limusaurus images

Obvious the wonderful little Limusaurus has gained a fair bit of attention on here this year, what with it being a herbivorous ceratosaur (and thus some interesting prospects for theropod diets), having interesting hand homology implications, and of course was collected in a rather impressive block of matrix.

Limusaurus holotype

The IVPP has now put out the holotype on display and thus since it’s free for the public to see and photograph I’m happy to join in and stick up some photos of the block. So enjoy some nice shiny new pictures of the specimen and a couple of close-ups below.

Limusaurus holotype skull

Limusaurus holotype, anterior part

Limusaurus hindlimbs and gastroliths

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4 Responses to “Some Limusaurus images”

  1. 1 Nick Gardner 21/12/2009 at 3:22 am

    I’m surprised you didn’t take a picture of the hands. 🙂

    • 2 David Hone 21/12/2009 at 8:35 am

      They aren’t on there – they were fully prepared off for further examination and I couldn’t get too close to the specimen while it’s in the galleries to take better close-ups.

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