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Re: NA therizinosaurs, Otogornis, Aublysodon and more

There are also several new findings announced in the recently published Dinosaurs of New Mexico that should interest some readers.<
Also in DoNM (which I just picked up this weekend), there's a section (p. 33-37) on sinking _Syntarsus rhodesiensis_ into _Coelophysis_. I know this was discussed on the list a while back, but I don't remember any talk about how this affects _S. kayentake_. What happens there? Does this become _C. kayentake_, and _Syntarsus_ becomes a nomen dubium? Or does this become the new type for _Syntarsus_?
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