It's from the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Wikipedia on Crurotarsans (spelling?) says nothing of it.
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Pleiotropy comes from the Greek πλείων pleion, meaning "more", and τρέπειν trepein, meaning "to turn, to convert". It designates the occurrence of a single gene affecting multiple traits, and is a hugely important concept in evolutionary biology.Reference: