Figure 7 : Appendicular skeletal morphology of FPDM-V8461.

From: A bizarre theropod from the Early Cretaceous of Japan highlighting mosaic evolution among coelurosaurians

Figure 7

(a) Left coracoid (left) and scapula (right) in lateral view. (b) Left humerus in lateral (left) and posterior (right) view. (c) Left ulna in lateral (left) and posterior (right) view. (d) Left radius in lateral (left) and posterior (right) view (red dotted lines indicates the boundary between the radius and manual ungual? fused to each other). (e) Right manual elements in dorsal (left) and lateral (right) views. (f) Right femur in lateral (left) and posterior (right) view. (g) Left tibia in lateral (left) and anterior (right) views. (h) Right pedal elements in dorsal (left) and lateral (right) views. Scale bar = 50 mm. Note that the right metetarsals in (h) are reconstructed based on CT-scanned images because they are severely fused to each other. Abbreviations: acr, acromial process; cf, coracoid foramen; g, glenoid; mtV, metatarsal V.