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Re: Reflections on Recent "Dromaeosaurs"
Jaime Headden wrote:
Additionally, *Achillobator* has a pelvis that is so
unlike the maniraptoran trend that it may not even be
a maniraptoran (for instance, a propubic process and
proximal obturator process),
This last feature is a very shifty character. Allosaurids and
ornitholestids have a proximally-positioned obturator process (they probably
retain the primitive condition), but so do tyrannosaurids and ornithomimids.
I was thinking that the location of the obturator process may be
| |--*Adasaurus mongoliensis*
I've read that this specimen is "severely pathologic", but does anyone know
Just for fun, the misspelling *Sinornithosaurus
milleni* has been officially published in a
peer-reviewed article, etc., so qualifies as an
official misspelling :) [pg. 10, for those interested].
Could you run this by me again...
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