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In a message dated 6/10/01 2:42:36 AM EST, Tetanurae@aol.com writes:

<< Agilisaurus has been classified as a fabrosaurid by some, and a 
hypsilophodontid by others.  It's probably neither.  I am not sure what it 
is, but it does have two characters which may lead on to believe it's basal 
to Heterodontosauridae + Marginocephalia), those being somewhat fang-like 
premaxillary teeth, and chisel-like cheek teeth. >>

I would go along with this 100%.