PMUL

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PMULPasteurella Multocida
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References/material: PMUL HS 407e-A10.02.07, nearly complete entoplastron, right wing broken (plate 3, figures 1-2); PMUL HS 406b-A10.02.07, nearly complete peripheral VII sin.
References/material: PMUL HS 390a-A10.02.05, hypoplastron dex.; PMUL HS 388a-A10.02.05, pleural remain prox.
Abbreviations: PMUL = Palaontologisches Museum der Universitat Leipzig.
Paratype: PMUL ES 1380 humerus, A02.07.01, Espenhain SE (plate 11, figure 2-3).
Materials from Espenhain located in the University of Leipzig: PMUL ES 178 distal pleural remain dist.; PMUL ES 1366 proximate pleural remain; PMUL ES 1367 two pleural remains and five free costa remains; PMUL ES 1383 A02.07.01 four plastron remains from Espenhain; PMUL ES 1384 A-F proximate pleural remains (A = A02.07.01 Espenhain); PMUL ES 1384 H juvenile eroded pleural and diversity pleural remains; PMUL ES 1378A proximate pleural I remain with costa I and II at viszeral surface; PMUL ES 1378B-A, B, D proximate pleural remains (e.g.
Materials from Espenhain SE located in the University of Leipzig: PMUL ES 1379 diversity plate remains partly much swollen, fragmentary or transformed by markasite diagenesis (Fe[S.sub.2]).
References/material: Scapula, according to Fischer (1981) and KARL (1989b, 2002): BAF FG: 232/1 (plate 8, figures 7-8); PMUL ES 1416a A03.01.03 a single dermalplacoid from Espenhain.
PMUL ES--Working number 1: four large carapace remains; 2: some carapace remains includes proximate pleural; 3: three carapace remains and a distal humerus part; 4: one neural; 5: shell remain.
References/material: Right proximate pleural IV remain from Espenhain SE: PMUL ES 1356/A.02.06.03 (plate 12, figure 1-2); femor from the same locality and horizon (plate 12, figures 3-4).
References/ material: PMUL ES 1378 nuchal remain, PMUL ES without number ?hyoplastron with secondary granulation.