Definition of Archosaurian. Meaning of Archosaurian. Synonyms of Archosaurian

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Meaning of Archosaurian from wikipedia

- more lightly built, and many ornithodirans were completely bipedal. The archosaurian fourth trochanter on the femur may have made it easier for ornithodirans...
- the Paleogene and are represented by living species. The living non-archosaurian reptile taxa, lepidosaurians (snakes, lizards and tuataras), survived...
- largest flying animals ever to have lived. They are a clade of prehistoric archosaurian reptiles closely related to dinosaurs. Species among pterosaurs occupied...
- Tri****ic, and may have first occurred in the Early Tri****ic if some archosaurian taxa such as Scythosuchus and Tsylmosuchus are considered to be within...
- Dinosauriformes is a clade of archosaurian reptiles that include the dinosaurs and their most immediate relatives. All dinosauriforms are distinguished...
- dinosaurs discovered so far share certain modifications to the ancestral archosaurian skeleton, or are clearly descendants of older dinosaurs showing these...
- ischium. This feature first appeared in the Erythrosuchidae, large basal archosaurian predators of the early Tri****ic period. Benton, M. J. (2000), Vertebrate...
- Razanandrongobe (meaning "ancestor [of the] large lizard" in Malagasy) is a genus of carnivorous ziphosuchian crocodyliform from the Middle Jur****ic of...
- the species from its close relatives. For example, the crocodile-like archosaurian reptile Parasuchus hislopi Lydekker, 1885 was described based on a premaxillary...
- Mark W.J.; Fallon, John F. (February 21, 2006). "The Development of Archosaurian First-Generation Teeth in a Chicken Mutant". Current Biology. 16 (4):...
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