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Dinosaur Genera List corrections #9

> >The paper also tentatively recognizes two
> >spinosaurid groups, with longirostrine and brevirostrine muzzles. The
> >longirostrine group have relatively elongate premaxillae with no narial
> crest,
> >the brevirostrine group have short, rounded premaxillae drawn up into a
> narial
> >crest. _Cristatusaurus_ belongs to the latter group. Both groups have seven
> >premaxillary teeth, a diagnostic spinosaurid character.
> Brifingly the two ipothetical groups of Spinosauridae includes:
> Brevirostrine - Baryonyx
>                         - Angaturama
>                         - Irritator
>                         - Cristatusaurus
> Longirostrine - Spinosaurus
>                          - Sigilmassasaurus
> and Siamosaurus as Spinosauridae [incertis sedae]
> I don't remember when I have read that Asiamerikana probably is a
> Spinosauridae is right this?

How about the status of Archaeornithoides deinosauriscus?
Is it still possibly a spinosaurid?

---John Schneiderman (dino@revelation.unomaha.edu)