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RE: What are these dinosaurs? 2: Return of What are these dinosaurs?
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Here is my note on Macelognathus from MM #2:
Genus: Macelognathus Marsh, 1884
= Macellognathus Baur, 1891 [sic]
= Marcellognathus Romer, 1966 [sic]
M. vagans Marsh, 1884?
NOTE: Originally classified in its own reptilian order and occasionally
considered a small dinosaur (Baur, 1891), the above genus is now placed into
Crocodylia (Ostrom, 1971). T. L. Ford has suggested (pers. comm.), however,
that it may be a primitive caenagnathid-like theropod.
I was able to look at the material this year at Yale, and Dan Chure is
right, it is a croc. After seeing it, I must saw the drawings are very