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In a message dated 95-10-02 13:41:35 EDT, Thomas_R_HOLTZ@umail.umd.edu (th81)
writes:

>>>No, it isn't.  Neotheropoda is a node-based name (the most recent common
>>>ancestor of Ceratosauria & Tetanurae, and all descendants of that
>ancestor).
>>>
>>>Theropoda is a stem-based name (all taxa sharing a more recent common
>>>ancestor with birds than with Triceratops).
>>>
>>>The dates for the phylogenetic definitions (with regards to priority) are
>>>1994 for Neotheropoda and 1986 for Theropoda.
>>
>><<SIGH!>>
>
>Sigh all you want, but it won't change the technical literature.
>
>

Name one genus that is in Theropoda but not in Neotheropoda.