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Coelphysis vertebra

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Haravex

Was wondering if anyone could help confirm the identity of this vertebra 

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Haravex

forgot to add was using this and a few other articles online to get a rough idea what it might be from 

 

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LordTrilobite

Well it's a caudal vertebra. The attachment for the chevron is visible. Other than that, I dunno.

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Haravex

That was about as far as I got too LT :ighappy:

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Fossildude19

Size might be useful to @Troodon ?  :headscratch:

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Haravex

My bad centrum 2.79 cm long by 2 cm high and 1.36 cm wide, and the process and neural spine what is visible is 1.50 cm

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PaleoNoel

Maybe I can beat troodon to the punch on this one :fingerscrossed:but if I remember anything about what he has said about Bull Canyon, it's that Coelophysis has not been officially documented in the area (I remember this from several posts about archosaur teeth from Bull Canyon). But I remember related genera being named from that formation (Gojirasaurus). Hope this helps a bit!

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