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A few days ago I've seen a Discovery Channel production on South American
dinos. The material of *Zupaysaurus* was shown, it is being prepared. *Z.*
was 5.5 m long IIRC, is 210 Ma old, was found in Argentina in 1997 and is
"advanced" (more so than *Herrerasaurus*); the skull bears two crests like
*Syntarsus kayentakatae*, so I suspect *Z.* is a coelophysoid. I can't
remember a species name.