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T. Michael Keesey wrote:
> You're forgeting about the newly described D. breedorum.
Speaking of which, have a look at this new, somewhat jarring,
reconstruction of _D. wetherilli_ by Alessandro Marisa:
Could this new _Dilophosaurus breedorum_ not represent a sexual difference
in the _wetherilli_ species? Or are the two species from completely
different ages and/or formations? There doesn't seem to be much on this
topic in the archives.
- Jordan Mallon
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