Camarasaurus supremus arm & skull

 

Camarasaurus supremus

Arm and in situ Skull Panel.

Locality: Wyoming
Formation: Morrison
Arm height: 2.9 m (9.5 feet)
Skull Length: ~60 cm (2 feet)
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Camarasaurus arm scale

Camarasaurus supremus

This specimen is cast from a complete front leg of a sub adult Camarasaurus recovered fully articulated in Wyoming. It includes the complete set of phalanges and is mounted based upon current expert research into sauropod hand and limb posture. This Camarasaurus arm includes the shoulder blade and is 2.9 meters (9.5 feet) tall with the scapula-coracoid measuring 1.4 meters (4.5 feet) long. It comes complete with stand and is built modularly for easy transport. Of course the limbs of our other sauropods are much larger, but are also available as individual units. Not everyone has room for a complete sauropod skeleton and this sub-adult Camarasaurus arm can be a spectacular sauropod specimen in a relatively small space.

Camarasaurus Skull

Sauropod skulls are extraordinarily delicate, and rarely preserved in articulation. This large Camarasaurus skull has been molded and reproduced as found in situ. This is a slightly disarticulated plaque-mounted skull without lowers, and measures approximately 60 cm (2 feet) on a side. Visible are both premaxillae, the right maxilla, and a portion of the complete left maxilla.