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> so that the Theropoda would make sense -- wasn't it the ceratosaurs?
> Anyway, exactly /how/ are "coelurosaur," "carnosaur," and "ceratosaur"
> defined? I recall that someone said that carnosaurs are all theropods more
> closely related to /Allosaurus/ than to birds ... If
> it went something like that, this might mean that a dinosaur well-known as a
> coelurosaur would now be a carnosaur -- /Ornitholestes/!
All recent cladograms place _Ornitholestes_ well within the coelurosaur
clade. Greg Paul was apparently wrong about that. (Actually, if GP had
been right it would have to have been moved to Carnosauria anyway).
The peace of God be with you.