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RE: OLD ORNITHOMIMOSAURS



Tom Holtz wrote:

If memory
serves, _Shuvosaurus_ fell among or just "inside" the coelophysoid-grade
theropods.

The _Shuvosaurus_ skull might belong to the postcranium named _Gojirasaurus_ (I think somebody may have suggested this before, so it's not an original idea of mine.) True, the _Shuvo_ skull is edentulous, and a tooth was associated with the _Gojirasaurus_ specimen, but it's pounds to peanuts that the tooth may belong to another animal (like the critter that was munching on the carcass, a la Teratosauridae.)



Tim


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