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Darren Naish wrote:

> Like basal marginocephalians, we just haven't found them in
> the Jurassic yet.  (Or, for both marginocephalians and abelisaurs,
> they have been found in the Jurassic, but not recognised as such.)

_Chaoyangsaurus_ is supposed to be Jurassic,

Yep, you're right. I'd forgotten the type locality for _Chaoyangsaurus_ had been dated.

plus there are possible
pachycephalosaur domes from the Maleri Fm.

Wow! Isn't the Maleri Formation Late Triassic age?

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