Metapodial


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Met`a`po´di`al


a.1.(Anat.) Of or pertaining to the metapodialia, or to the parts of the limbs to which they belong.
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Although nowadays it subsists as a rare species in Portugal, in danger of extinction, it was quite common in prehistoric times; thus, it is not surprising to find a distal half of a metapodial among the assemblage.
One pair of small metapodial tentacles located in posterior end of foot, originating in dorsal region of edge (Fig.
When compared to a metacarpal of Stockoceros onusrosagris from Arizona (OMNH 51458), the metapodial fragment from the rockshelter is somewhat larger, especially in width of shaft.
The metapodial pedal gland present in all other abyssochrysoids is absent in Ifremeria nautilei, and we hypothesize that it has been co-opted for brooding (12).
14]C yr BP) Lab Number Material Dated Element 46 900 [+ or -] 0 Beta 185980 Bison priscus metapodial 17 265 [+ or -] 65 OX-17070 Ovibos moschatus cranium 17 100 [+ or -] 90 Beta 185979 Same specimen as above 51 700 [+ or -] 1100 OX-17071 Ovibos moschatus vertebra modern Beta 136364 Rangifer tarandus metatarsal modern Beta 189293 Rangifer tarandus innominate 16 200 [+ or -] 150 RIDDL-765 Equus lambei 16 700 [+ or -] 200 RIDDL-766 Same specimen as above 17 490 [+ or -] 90 Beta 185981 Equus sp metacarpal 36 160 [+ or -] 530 Beta 70841 Equus sp.
Distal end of metapodial of equus complicatus (foot bone of an ancient horse)," or other cryptic references to fossil bones of an ancient camel, or fossilized mollusks.
Material: humerus (KMNH 974-5-1); metapodial (KMNH 974-2) collected by Stephen and Jennie Osgood, September 1974.
Of the whole assemblage five well-preserved samples were selected randomly by the specialists including metapodial radius humerus ulna and calcaneus bones.
There are also two antler blanks--for fine point and point--, an antler fragment, a polished long bone/spatula, a metapodial shaft with engraved lines, a pointed bone splinter with flaking and cut marks that might be an awl, and a polished long bone splinter that was also probably an awl.