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Re: Hongshanosaurus houi, new psittacosaur
George Olshevsky (Dinogeorge@aol.com) wrote:
<About time. I published this notion way back in MM #2, 1991, and it goes
back at least to Zhao Xijin's infamous Acta Pal Polonica paper of 1983.>
Whereas it suggests this, the phylogeny does not show this, and the
consideration remains without a published listing or phylogenentic
analysis reflecting this condition in any paper save one. The author of
this "paper" remains in the field, and I would leave it up to him to
discuss this issue if he wants to, but there _is_ a character set that
reflects the position of *Heterodontosaurus* as the sister taxon to
Marginocephalia. This is so far the most explicit treatment of the
relationships following Sereno, 1991.
Jaime A. Headden
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