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>Are thought rhynchosaurs were now definitely in the archosauromorphs, as
They are definitley in there: they just don't have the otherwise interesting
archosaur "gestalt" for me, but I'm biased.
(The clade with the interesting archosaur "gestalt" is Archosauriformes,
actually. These other Triassic weirdies branched off earlier, it seems).
> -- Dave
>P.S. What are prolacertians?
_Tanystropheus_ and such.
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
Dept. of Geology
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742