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This is a snippet out of an old post I wrote, concerning the phylogenetic
affinities of some theropod material from India. Nobody answered, so I'm
going to take another stab...
On Mon, 22 Jan 1996, Nicholas J. Pharris wrote:
> BTW, the type braincase of Indosuchus raptorius appears to have been
> referred to the Abelisauridae, but what of the rest? As Paul (1988)
> notes, some of it might just be tyrannosaurid. Apparently there are some
> D-sectioned premaxillary teeth known, indicating the presence of an
> arctomet, at least.
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