There is a dramatic size range in the skeletons of the Cleveland-Lloyd Allosaurs. On the left are two claws from the forehand (manus), above on the right are premaxillae, tooth bearing bones of the upper jaw, and below caudal vertebrae from the distal third of the tail. The small vertebra is about two inches (five centimeters) long. The smallest Allosaur in the C-LDQ wasunder ten feet in length, the largest nearly thirty five feet long.

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Title There is a dramatic size range in the skeletons of the Cleveland-Lloyd Allosaurs. On the left are two claws from the forehand (manus), above on the right are premaxillae, tooth bearing bones of the upper jaw, and below caudal vertebrae from the distal third of the tail. The small vertebra is about two inches (five centimeters) long. The smallest Allosaur in the C-LDQ wasunder ten feet in length, the largest nearly thirty five feet long.
Photo Number P1048n047
Keywords Utah; Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry; Paleonotology; Dinosaurs; Quarries
Additional Information None
Collection Number and Name P1048 James H. Madsen Photograph Collection
Collection Name James H. Madsen
Textual Date Circa 1960s, 1970s
Owning Institution Multimedia Archives, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Original Source N/A
Donated By/Purchased From The collection was donated by James H. Madsen in October 2002.
Rights All of the original slides comprising these sets, except as noted, were the personal property of James H. Madsen Jr. and DINOLAB, September 2002. They may not be reproduced in any way at this time without written permission from the Utah Museum of Natural History and the Special Collections Department, J. Willard Marriot Library, University of Utah.
Type Image
ARK ark:/87278/s6z03w6s
Setname uum_map
Date Created 2003-02-18
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 954673
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6z03w6s
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