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Looking for Refs on Herbiviorous Theropods
It seems to be received wisdom that at least some ornithomimosaurs and
therizinosaurs were herbivorous, or at least omnivorous. I believe I
have also seen this said of oviraptorosaurs, though less frequently.
Have any other theropod groups been seriously proposed as
I would very much appreciate references for publications that have
argues for herbivorous/omnivorous habits in any of these theropod
groups. Please send them directly to me; I will summarise to the
list. Many thanks in advance.
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <email@example.com> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
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