Figure 1 : Morphology and the histological sample location of a mandibular symphysis of Bakonydraco galaczi.

From: Medullary bone-like tissue in the mandibular symphyses of a pterosaur suggests non-reproductive significance

Figure 1

(a) Silhouette drawing of the holotype lower jaw 2007.110.1 and (b) photograph of specimen 2007.111.1 (11) representing the preserved most robust part of the massive mandibular symphysis (stippled squares in (a)). Symphyses were sectioned in two cutting planes indicated by dashed lines and dashed square in (b).