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Re: OLD ORNITHOMIMOSAURS



> Well, we honestly don't have any confirmed tyrannosauroids from the Middle
> Jurassic (that is, nothing which has been demonstrated as closer to
> tyrannosaurids than to all other named clades of theropod), and the
> troodontid teeth are just teeth.

I was speaking, er writing, of the infamous Iliosuchus...

> Well, I agree that it isn't a Triassic ornithomimosaur, but Oliver Rauhut
> has offered another alternative: that _Shuvosaurus_ is a specialized basal
> theropod.

Interesting... Where would it lie on a cladogram?