Camarasaurus annae (Ellinger, 1950), a little-known specimen stored in the "big bone room" in the basement of the CMNH, shows a remarkably well-preserved cervico-dorsal series. The vertebrae fit together well, and provide futher evidence that the ostelogically neutral pose (ONP) is quite straight in the transition from back to neck.

Elinger, T. U. H., 1950, Camarsaurus annae-a new American sauropod Dinosaur: The American Naturalist, v. 84, p. 225-228.


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