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Re: Dinosaur Genera List corrections #148

On Wed, 6 Sep 2000 Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:

> Stegopeltinae: new >ankylosaurid< subfamily introduced in Tracy's paper. I 
> had a feeling that would arouse a bit of interest... Comprises Stegopelta, 
> Glyptodontopelta, and a new genus in press (the San Diego "nodosaurid," which 
> is actually an ankylosaurid after all). Tracy also uses Syrmosaurinae as the 
> oldest available name for the ankylosaurid subfamily that comprises 
> Amtosaurus, Nodocephalosaurus, Pinacosaurus (senior synonym of Syrmosaurus), 
> Saichania, Shanxia, Talarurus, Tarchia, and Tianzhenosaurus.

Which sense of Ankylosauridae is this, _sensu lato_ (including
Polacanthinae), or _sensu stricto_?

I use the former definition on my site, and it seems as though these
"-inae"'s would be changed to "-ini"'s under that system:

              |  |--_Ankylosaurus_
              |  `--_Euoplocephalus_
              |  |--unnamed San Diego form
              |  |--_Glyptodontopelta_
              |  `--_Stegopelta_

Is this correct? And where do _Maleevus_ and _Sauroplites_ go?

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