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Re: Size limits



On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, JAMES ARONIS wrote:

> Sauroposeidon is the largest Brachiosaurid found to date. If indeed the
> titanosuriforms are lighter than Brachiosaurus, then Sauroposeidon should
> be approaching the 100t range.

side note: _Brachiosaurus_ *is* a titanosauriform.
_Titanosauriformes_ == Clade(_Brachiosaurus_ + _Titanosaurus_)
(or possibly _Saltasaurus_ instead of _Titanosaurus_ -- same clade either
way)

see http://dinosauricon.com/taxa/macronaria.html

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