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1. Morphofunctional Evolution of the Pelvic Girdle and Hindlimb of Dinosauromorpha on the Lineage to Sauropoda


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2. The gastralial apparatus of Plateosaurus engelhardti : morphological description and soft-tissue reconstruction


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3. The gastralial apparatus of Plateosaurus engelhardti : morphological description and soft-tissue reconstruction


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4. The first dentary of lisboasaurus (crocodylomorpha, ?mesoeucrocodylia) from the Lower Cretaceous (Barremian) of Una, Cuenca Province, Spain


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5. Early development of the facial region in a non-avian theropod dinosaur

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6. The muscles of the infrapubic abdominal wall of a 6-month-old crocodylus niloticus (Reptilia: Crocodylia)


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7. Early development of the facial region in a non-avian theropod dinosaur


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8. The mechanical design of the archasaurian pelvis


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9. The mechanical design of the archasaurian pelvis


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10. On the mechanical loading of the pubis in extant archosaurs and its relevance for the reconstruction of soft tissues in ornithischian dinosaurs


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