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Re: Crylophosaurus and Australia
Mickey Mortimer (Mickey_Mortimer111@msn.com) wrote:
<By the Late Jurassic, we have evidence for ceratosaurs (Elaphrosaurus,
Ceratosaurus) and tyrannosauroids? (Tendaguru teeth) too.>
Let us not forget *Stokesosaurus clevelandi* (Morrison) and
*Aviatyrannis jurassica* (Guiamarota) [formerly *Stokesosaurus* sp.].
Jaime A. Headden
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