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Re: climbing dromaeosaurs and friends

"Jaime A. Headden" <qilongia@yahoo.com> writes:

Just archosaurs? Relative forelimb elongation (where the forelimb comes close to 1:1 relative to the hindlimb) in Archosauromorpha occurs in a grand total of four groups: Drepanosauridae, Pterosauria, Neosauropoda, & Maniraptora

A very interesting post, Jaime. I would ask, where does _Megalancosaurus_ fit into this? It also has long forelimbs. Is it a depanosaurid?

Do advanced/derived therixinosaurs also show a 1:1 ratio of forelimb to hindlimb?


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