You know? I have this great post in my head about pterosaur crest diversity. I've even got some of the sketches done. What sad is that I was slammed on my back this past weekend by the flu (or something like it) and this is the first significant time I've been out of bed. Very irritating symptoms: Snotting to no end (my...poor...nostrils), coughing so much my throat is raw, lack of energy, no appetite, mild joint pain, and ridiculous dehydration. And it seems to get worse as the day progresses. At any rate, I'm just too drained to write a real post, so I'm copping out and giving you kind people my second Dino Diagnosis of the Day!
This is a revised diagnosis:
Large theropod with elongate neural spines that are more than 2.5 times corresponding presacral, sacral and proximal caudal lengths of the centra. Lacrimal contracts postorbital; supraoccipital expands on either side of the midline to protrude as a double boss behind the nuchal crest; pleurocoelous fossae and foramina pronounced on all presacral and sacral vertebrae; cervical neural spines have triangular anterior processes that insert into depressions beneath overhanging processes on preceding neural spines; accessory transverse processes on mid-caudal vertebrae.
Go forth to your archives, dear readers, and come back with answers in tow!