Hemina

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Hemina

1. An ancient Roman unit of volume approximately equivalent to 273 milliliters. It was also called a cotyla.

2. See: Kotyle.
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With regards to its phylogenetic position, Lamarqueavis australis may be included within Ornithurae because it shows the presence of a procoracoidal process, a concave cotyla scapularis, and lacks a dorsal fossa (LONGRICH, 2008; figure 3).
In fact this genus could be included within Neornithes on the basis of the following apomorphic feature: humeral articular surface not extended sternally beyond the omal margin of the scapular cotyla (see figure 3).
In Cimolopteryx rara this foramen is located well beyond the scapular cotyla and is separated from this foramen by at least half of the length of the main axis of this cotyla (BRODKORB, 1963; figure 3).
supracoracoidei foramen is near in contact with the cotyla scapularis (CLARKE et al.