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Re: WYLEYIA A DROMAEOSAUR? [and a word on Yaverlandia]



But when somebody (Novas and Bandyopadhyay
in this case) actually bothered to look at the specimen, they found it was
diagnostic.

Better than that, _Laevisuchus_ appears to be a small-sized abelisaur.

Can someone give a citation for this paper? It's not ringing a bell for me...


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