Fig. 7 in Miocene small-bodied ape from Eurasia sheds light on hominoid evolution
Fig. 7. Carpal bones. Line drawings of carpal bones in Pliobates cata- loniae gen. et sp. nov. (IPS58443) are shown with those of selected anthropoid genera for comparison. (A to E) Left capitate, in radial (top) and proximal (bottom) views, of Cer- copithecus aethiops (A), Ateles paniscus (B), Pierolapithecus cat- alaunicus (C), Hylobates lar (D), and P. cataloniae (E); gray shading denotes articular areas for the second metacar- pals, and cross-hatching denotes those for the third metacarpal. (F to J) Left hamate, in radial (top) and ulnar (bottom) views, of C. aethiops (F), A. paniscus (G), Pi. catalaunicus (H), H. lar (I), and P. catalo- niae (J). (K to O) Left triquetrum, in proximo- medial (top) and distal (bottom) views, of C. aethiops (K), A. paniscus (L), Pi. catalaunicus (M), H. lar (N), and P. cataloniae (O). Drawings are not to scale.