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Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2000 9:12 PM
Subject: Re: Oviraptorid??
> As far as I know, this one is meant to be Ingenia, but I think it's based
> outdated assumptions about missing elements.
If you take a look at page 400 the Paul's reconstruction of Ingenia is a lot
different to the illustration cited previously by Filippo Calzolari, I think
that this is an old reconstruction of Dromiceiomimus, infact if you take a
look at page 401 you can see that expecially in the postcranial skeleton
there are some similarities with Dromiceiomimus, expecially the ilium, the
scapula and the ribs cage. I ignore why the author draw a skeleton of
Dromiceiomimus with a head of Oviraptorids.
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