It’s been quite a while since I showed a non-theropod besides Plateosaurus here. So I now dug through my folders and found a few pictures I took at the Utah Museum of Natural History. I have previously written about the museum, but did not mention their old-fashioned dinosaur mounts. Here are a few shots
This Allosaurus does a bit better.
This must have been an unusually lively display back when it was mounted. Several taxa interacting? Bent tails? Wow!
In other news, Dave Hone has scooped me again: over at Archosaur Musings he ha a very nice and helpful post up on Taking photos of fossils in museums. I have some things to add, which I hope to do soon.