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Re: Dinosaur Web Pages' Re-Opening

In a message dated 97-03-10 12:53:22 EST, znc14@ttacs1.ttu.edu (Jonathan R.
Wagner) writes:

<< The lower jaw of _Erlicosaurus_ is similar to that of _Harpymimus_,
 as P. Buckholz [sic? sorry Pete] has pointed out. >>

The two mandibles are completely different. Just look at any clear
illustrations of the elements side by side. Besides the general position of
the bones, which is plesiomorphic for Tetrapoda, about the only thing they
have in common is a similar ventral curvature.