bony crests

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  • On the back top of this part a very tall bony crest is present.
  • No bony crest is visible on the rather straight top of the skull or snout.
  • Soft tissue impressions also show that the small bony crests were extended by a much larger structure made of a keratinous material.
  • Their outward appearance is marked mainly by bony crests located on their chest and disproportionately large heads, giving them a generally gangly appearance.
  • Adult males have more pronounced bony crests on the top and back of their skulls, giving their heads a more conical shape.
  • It has a smooth, slightly concave, upper profile lacking any bony crests.
  • On top of the skull, behind the snout proper, above the fenestra a longitudinal low bony crest is present.
  • Bony crests are found on the skulls of many theropods, including numerous tyrannosauroids.
  • It carried a bony crest that widened as it descended towards the snout, up to height of two centimetres.
  • Bony crests are found on the skulls of many theropods, including many of tyrannosaurids.
  • Prominent bony crests in a variety of shapes and sizes on the skulls of many tyrannosauroids may have served display functions.
  • A bony crest extends back from the crown of the head, with long neural strands sprouting from the back of the head.
  • The seahorses have a crown-like bony crest called a coronet located on the backside of their head at the edge of the skull.
  • The skull had no bony crest, unlike many other hadrosaurids, but bore a comb-like crest of skin and scales.
  • Adult Ctenochasma had a bony crest along the skull, though this is not found in juveniles.
  • The most distinctive anatomical features are the triangular bony crest on the face and the upturned nose.
  • They are distinct for their characteristically short, beaked, parrot-like skulls, often with bony crests atop the head.
  • In some species, this bony crest is known to have supported an even larger crest of softer, fibrous tissue that extends back along the skull.
  • They are distinct for their characteristically short, beaked, parrot-like skulls, with or without bony crests atop the head.
  • It is known from a mostly complete skull and partial skeleton of a juvenile individual, with a bony crest on the forehead.