- From New Latin Archosauria (Wiktionary)
“Mike Hanson a.k.a "archosaurian" on DeviantArt - all his pterosaur skeletals and life restorations show wings attached to the body but not the legs.”
“The development of archosaurian first-generation teeth in a chicken mutant.”
“That is, Feduccia 2002 hypothesizes that dromaeosaurs are birds that are extraordinarily convergent with theropod dinosaurs, and that birds, including dromaeosaurs, originated from an early archosaurian ancestor and are still not closely linked to theropod dinosaurs.”
“Galton PM (2007) Notes on the remains of archosaurian reptiles, mostly basal sauropodomorph dinosaurs, from the 1834 fissure fill (Rhaetian, Upper Triassic) at Clifton in Bristol, southwest England.”
“On land, large archosaurian reptiles remained dominant.”
“On land, mammals were still a relatively minor component of the fauna that was dominated by archosaurian reptiles, especially dinosaurs, which were at their most diverse.”
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A roster of adjectives that infrequently surface in typical conversation and writing. Many are dredged from scientific or other technical jargon or sieved from examples of disused archaic forms.
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