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Re: Stokesosaurus



>Considering that pre-Late Cretaceous tyrannosauroids were fairly modestly
proportioned, they might have been in the size range of the described
Liaoning theropods<
There is always that large theropod presented at SVP last year...
Peace,
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.  Then again, skeletal remains of pre-Late
> Cretaceous tyrannosauroids are extremely rare... so far.
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