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On _Ginnareemimus_, George wrote...
> It is from the Sao Khua Formation, whose dating is still in doubt but
> may be as early as Valanginian to Hauterivian. If this date proves
> correct, Ginnareemimus would be the oldest known ornithomimid.
Clearly little known is that a Kimmeridge Clay (Kimmeridgian, Upper
Jurassic) ornithomimosaur was reported by Clarke and Brokenshire a
few years ago. The material (from Dorset) is unimpressive: two
manual phalanges, one of which is an ungual. Identification is suspect -
- nevertheless (err, excepting _Shuvosaurus_) it is the oldest reported
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