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Re: Isle of Wight oviraptor
Ken Kinman (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
<I assume that article is discussing Thecocoelurus.>
Yes. Talk to Darren Naish, the main author ... the paper goes into more
<I'm just wondering why Thecocoelurus couldn't just as easily be viewed as
a segnosaurian, rather than a large oviraptorosaur.>
Why either? The taxon is preliminarily referred to the segnosaur +
oviraptorosaur group, as was a vertebrae from South America was also
referred to. There are most likely stem-taxa of the
segnosaur-oviraptorosaur group, and these taxa are likely representatives
of that group.
Jaime A. Headden
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