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Prolacertiformes vs. Protorosauria

Even if _Prolacerta_ is excluded and the rest of them have to be called
_Protorosauria_, the name will still be inappropriate in meaning, since
_Prolacertiformes_ and _Protorosauria_ mean pretty much the same thing.

If Peters' phylogeny is right, perhaps they should all be
_Pterosauromorpha_, anyway....

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