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In a message dated 11/5/99 4:00:27 AM EST, NJPharris@aol.com writes:
<< Specifically, which was named first, Omeisauridae or
Don't have any authors or date for an Omeisauridae (likely hasn't yet been
created), but I have Mamenchisauridae Young & Chao, 1972. This would
certainly have precedence over any recently created Omeisauridae. Also, don't
necessarily discount the numerous strong apomorphies that unite Euhelopus
with Omeisaurus and Mamenchisaurus. That bit of cladistics is probably wrong.