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RE: Is Euornithes preoccupied?
Timothy J. Williams
>More recently (1996), I've seen Kurochkin use the Euornithes as a clade
>within the Enantiornithes. I also remember thinking what an utterly daft
>idea it was. There's the etymological incongruity of having the "true
>birds" as a subgroup of "opposite birds"!!??; (reminds me of putting the
>Suchia inside the Pseudosuchia). Sereno uses the name Euornithes for the
>_sister taxon_ to the Enantiornithes. As such, Sereno's Euornithes includes
>modern birds (Neornithes), ichthyornithids, and hesperornithiforms, but not
>Enantiornithes, confuciusornithids or _Archaeopteryx_.
Could you tell me what genera and or species of Deinonychosuaria was there
Thanks for your answers