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From: A new passeriform (Aves: Passeriformes) from the early Oligocene of Poland sheds light on the beginnings of Suboscines

Fig. 2

Crosnoornis nargizia gen. et sp. nov., holotype, specimen MSFK RR 01/2013a + b from Rudawka Rymanowska, exposure 01, Poland, early Oligocene. a left humerus in caudal view, with proximal ulna and radius, slab A; b sternum and coracoids in dorsal view, and right humerus in caudal view, slab A; c distal end of left wing, slab B; d right tarsometatarsus and pedal digits, slab B; cb crista bicipitalis, cd crista deltopectoralis, cpl crista plantaris lateralis, ddp distally directed protrusion (of phalanx proximalis digiti majoris), d I, pp digit I, proximal phalanx; d II digit II, d III digit III, d IV digit IV, fau facies articularis ulnaris, fp fossa pneumotricipitalis, hum humerus, hy hypotarsus, ld labrum dorsale, nde narrow distal end (of os metacarpale minus), ol olecranon, oma os metacarpale majus, omi os metacarpale minus, om I os metatarsale I, pa processus acrocoracoideus, pc processus craniolateralis, pcp pila cranialis phalangis, pdm phalanx distalis digiti majoris, pf processus flexorius, pi processus intermetacarpalis, pl processus lateralis, pmi phalanx digiti minoris, rad radius, sc scapus claviculae, se spina externa, si spatium intermetacarpale, tf tuberculum flexorium, tr tracheal rings, vr vertebrae

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