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Re: P.S. Oldest Neoceratopsian



>Consider that when Ceratosaurus was discovered to have a series of dermal
scutes running down the midline of the spine, one might have speculated that
other kinds of ceratosaurs would have the same, but fossil evidence shows
that this is not the case.<
I think it might be safer to say that fossil evidence has not fully
supported that position. I know of no evidence _against_ other ceratosaurs
sporting scutes, and there is some possible evidence for scutes in
"ceratosaurs" that needs further examination...
Peace,
Rob

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