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szechuano- & yangchuanosaurus
OK, another question, this time for the theropod phylogeny crowd:
I've forgotten... what's the current status of Szechuanosaurus and
Yangchuanosaurus (besides being hard to pronounce)?
I remember hearing that Szech. was of dubious validity, but I'm not sure
where I heard that.
Currie mentioned in the Sinraptor paper that Yangchuanosaurus might be
synonymous with Sinraptor; any developments on that front that I've missed?
John R. Hutchinson
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