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NOVA SCOTIA COELOPHYSOID
David Marjanovic wrote...
> A nonavian small archosaur? There is an unnamed coelophysid from Nova
> Scotia as big as a blackbird (20 cm long)...
Is this based on one of the captions in David Lambert's _The Ultimate
Dinosaur_ book, published by that wonderful company Dorling
Kindersley? :) It accompanies a John Sibbick drawing of two tiny
coelophysoids chasing what looks like a bluebottle. If so, it's only
based on trackway evidence - I asked David about this years ago.
Apparently (and I say again, apparently) there are some Triassic
theropod tracks there that are about 20 mm long - have these been
Sorry folks, there are no skeletal remains of 20 cm long Nova Scotian
theropod (so far).
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