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Reptilia - Lagerpetonidae
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|S. J. Nesbitt et al. 2009||Differs from Dromomeron gregorii (see below) and all other basal dinosauromorphs in possessing the following autapomorphies: 1) absence of a distinct ridge for the attachment of the M. caudifemoralis longus (=4th trochanter); 2) presence of a sharp ridge on the anteromedial edge of the distal end of the femur; 3) presence of a lateral tuberosity on the anterolateral edge of the distal end of the femur; and 4) a large crest on the anteromedial edge of the astragalus and associated anteromedial concavity on the distal tibia.|