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I recently read that the Mesozoic bird genus Limnornis had at one time or
another been considered a non-avian dinosaur (likely a small theropod). Does
anyone out there happen to have a citation to a paper in which Limnornis
suffers this fate? Limnornis (the bird) is a preoccupied genus and the
material referred to it is presently divided between the genera
Palaeocursornis and Eurolimnornis.