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On _Dilophosaurus_ and _Liliensternus_, Mickey M wrote...
> it's a bit too convenient the only three Liliensternus specimens were found in
> Europe and the only known (three plus?) Dilophosaurus specimens were
> found in America.
Could the _Zanclodon/Megalosaurus/Newtonsaurus cambrensis_ jaw
be a British dilophosaur? I know this was addressed recently by Oli
Rauhut and Axel Hungerbuhler but, seeing as we now have Mr
Pickering on the list, might be interesting to hear fresh comments.
I might add that I've been looking at this specimen myself for a certain
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