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Caitlin Kiernan wrote-
> "The specimen is articulated . . . and includes a fragmentary skull, seven
> postaxial cervical vertebrae, both pectoral girdles and forelimbs, partial
> femora, and both tibiae, fibulae, and pedes. The dorsal, sacral, and
> vertebrae are largely absent, although some isolated centra and neural
> are present. Most of the pelvis has been eroded away, although the pubic
> shafts remain."
> The fragmentary skull includes the frontals, a parietal, an incomplete
> basicranium, and sclerotic ring.
Sounds interesting, although the lack of complete cranial and pelvic remains
could hinder classification. What are it's supposed relationships?