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Re: SVP 2K review, part I

In a message dated 11/3/00 8:49:40 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
tholtz@geol.umd.edu writes:

> The little Madagascan theropod with the vaugely spinosaurid-like jaw that
>  Sampson, Carrano & Forster had been showing around at SVP in years past
>  turns out to be a little abelisauroid.  Additional material suggests that 
>  forms a clade with Argentine _Noasaurus_ and Indian _Laevisuchus_: in other
>  words, it is a noasaurid.  Multiple specimens are known.

How much is known?  Will we finally get to see just what a noasaurid looks 

--Nick P.