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On Wed, 03 Nov 1999 16:39:38 -0800 dbensen <email@example.com> writes:
> I was thinking about Caudipteryx, specifically, but I will defer to you
> in this. Okay, do Caenagnathasia and Microvenator have pygostyles? If
> not, my point still stands.
*Caenagnathasia* is known only from two incomplete dentaries, so we
can't tell there, but *Microvenator*'s type includes 9 caudals, so we
might be able to get information from these. I've never heard anyone
suggest it had one, though.-*Thescelosaurus*
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