Figure 2.

Gulou carpenteri gen. et sp. nov. (Pennsylvanian; Xiaheyan Village, Tupo Formation, Ningxia, China). A, Specimen CNU-NX1-141, drawing and photograph (negative imprint); B-F, Specimen CNU-NX1-145; B, drawing and photograph (imprint polarity unknown); C, D, detail of hind leg tarsi, as located on B; E, detail of mid leg tarsus, as located on B (with tentative interpretation of segmentation); F, detail of fore leg, as located on B; G, Specimen CNU-NX1-140, drawing and photograph (negative imprint); H, Specimen CNU-NX1-146, drawing and photograph (negative imprint, light-mirrored).

BĂ©thoux et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:248   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-248
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