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|H.-L. You and D.-Q. Li 2009||A brachiosaurid sauropod having a low elongation index (EI) ratio (central length with condyle divided by cotyle height: 3.6 and 3 in C6 and C9, respectively), deeply bifurcated cervical neural spines, three fossae on the shallowly depressed lateral surface of the centrum, and much reduced ischium with the width and the length of its shaft about 50 and 70 per cent, respectively, of the comparable portions of the pubis, as well as a long pubic process of the ischium, occupying about 60 per cent of the length of its shaft.|