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Reptilia - Ophthalmosauridae
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|M. Fernández 2007||"Premaxilla-lachrymal contact below nares broad; postorbital region of skull not reduced; maxilla laterally exposed extending further anteriorly; humerus with three distal facets, anterior one being the smallest, articulating with preaxial accessory element and bearing two digits distally; large intermedium placed between radiale and ulnare, not between radius and ulna; distal border of radius straight and almost parallel to anterior border of intermedium and to distal facets of humerus for radius; phalanges polygonal and tightly packed."|