Australian dinosaur fossil material

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Kakuru Tibia The type specimen of Kakuru. Used with permission from the owner
Stereo picture of the skull of Leaellynasaura amicagraphica. Note the endocast of the brain where the skull roof has been removed (the lighter patch at the bottom). Dinosaur Cove, Victoria. 106 MYA (Million Years Ago).
(in Airways magazine January/February 1993)
Reconstruction
A maxilla (upper jaw) fragment of Atlascopcosaurus loadsi. Dinosaur Cove, Victoria. 106 MYA.
(in Wildlife Australia Summer 1989)
Megaraptoran astragalus (ankle bone). Strzeleki ranges, Victoria. 115 MYA.
(in P.Vickers-Rich and T.H.Rich 1993 Wildlife of Gondwana)
A cast of the first dinosaur bone found in Victoria, Australia. A toe bone of a small theropod dinosaur found at Cape Patterson early this century. 115 MYA.
Casts of a normal and a diseased (osteomyelitis) tibia (shin bones) from a hypsilophodontid. Dinosaur Cove, Victoria. 106 MYA.
Cast of the type specimen of Qantassaurus intrepidus. Flat Rocks site, near Inverloch, Victoria. 115 MYA
Cast of a juvenile hypsilophodontid femur (thigh bone) from Victoria. Early Cretaceous.
Casts of the adult and juvenile femora (thigh bones) of Timimus hermani. Dinosaur Cove, Victoria. 106 MYA
Hind foot of Rhoetosaurus brownei. Roma, Queensland. Middle Jurassic
(in P.Vickers-Rich and T.H.Rich 1993 Wildlife of Gondwana)
Femur (thigh bone) of Rhoetosaurus brownei. Roma, Queensland. Middle Jurassic
Skeleton of Minmi sp (?paravertebra). Minmi Crossing, Queensland. 115 MYA
(in D.Lambert 1993 The Ultimate Dinosaur Book)
What may be the oldest Neoceratopsian remains known anywhere in the world. An ulna (lower arm bone) found near Kilcunda (Strzelecki group) in Victoria. 115 MYA.
A dromaeosaurid tooth from Dinosaur Cove (Otway Group) in Victoria. 106 MYA.


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