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|H. Saegusa and T. Ikeda 2014||Tambatitanis amicitiae gen. et sp. nov. is characterized by 8 unique characters: (1) the postzygapophysis and the summit of the neural spine of the anterior caudal vertebrae are located beyond the posterior border of the centrum; (2) the spine of the anterior caudal vertebrae is curved strongly anteriorly and bow-shaped in lateral view; (3) the summit of the neural spine is expanded and hemispherical with its anterior face excavated by the posterodorsal extension of a deep and narrow SPRF; (4) the transverse processes of the anterior caudal vertebrae are short and L shaped; (5) the anterior chevron is longest among sauropods in proportion to body size; (6) the distal ends of the anterior chevrons are rod-shaped; (7) the distal ends of the mid chevrons are transversely thin and long anteroposteriorly, without cranial process; (8) the dorsal border of the shaft of the paroccipital process that forms the ventral margin of the posttemporal fenestra is short mediolaterally and V-shaped in posterior view.|