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FIGURE 1. 1.1, Location of 111 Ranch (modified from Tomida, 1987) showing site of manuses (m); 1.2, Stratigraphic column at 111 Ranch showing location (arrow) of manuses within the column and elevation (in feet) (modified after Galusha et al., 1984).

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FIGURE 2.The carpals of the right manus for AZMNH p7487 and their articular facets. 2.1, Proximal view of right cuneiform; 2.2, Distal view of right cuneiform; 2.3, Medial-volar view of right cuneiform; 2.4, Proximal view of right lunar; 2.5, distal view of right lunar; 2.6, Lateral view of right lunar; 2.7, Medial view of right scaphoid; 2.8, Lateral view of right scaphoid; 2.9, View of distal end of scaphoid; 2.10, View of proximal end of scaphoid; 2.11, Proximal view of unciform, 2.12, Distal view of unciform; 2.13, Dorsal view of unciform; 2.14, Lateral view of magnum; 2.15, Proximal view of magnum; 2.16, medial view of magnum. The scale bar equals 10 cm (U, articular facet for ulna; Pi, articular facet for pisiform; Uc, articular facet for unciform; C, articular facet for cuneiform; L, articular facet for lunar; Mc, articular facet for metacarpal; R, articular facet for radius; Mg, articular facet for magnum; Td, articular facet for trapezoid; Tz, articular facet for trapezium).

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FIGURE 3. Representative metacarpals and phalanges for AZMNH p7487. 3.1.1, lateral side of Mc1; 3.1.2, medial side of Mc1; 3.2, dorsal view of 2nd digit, 3.3, dorsal view of 3rd digit, 3.4, dorsal view of 4th digit; 3.5, dorsal view of Mc5. The scale bar equals 10 cm.

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