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Re: New member of the list/hadrosaurs
David Marjanovic wrote:
> BTW I'm not sure that Austrosaurus can be confidently placed in
> > Titanosauria, Somphospondyli for sure, but maybe not Titanosauria.
> > cheers
> > Adam Yates
> Some people have put it into Euhelopodidae, and Somphospondyli is most
> likely based on convergences, as euhelopodids seem to have become
> increasingly macronarian-like over time.
Wasn't this Rhoetosaurus? Or is Austrosaurus considered a relative?
(unlikely given the differences in the vertebrae)
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