Looking for a furcula in Compsognathus

No furcula has been described in Compsognathus.
So if there is one, it has been hiding. I use DGS to look for possible candidates (Fig. 1).

Figure 1. Forelimbs and pectoral girdle for Compsognathus. A possible tiny furcula is identified here.

Figure 1. Forelimbs and pectoral girdle for Compsognathus. A possible tiny furcula is identified here.

3 thoughts on “Looking for a furcula in Compsognathus

  1. i suppose that’s possible, but it looks like an infilled break in the humerus to me. Failing that, it might be a gastrale.

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