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RE: Feathered tyrannosauroids; it's delightful, it's delicious...
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
> Tim Williams
> I hope this isn't a nit-picking question... I'm just curious if this
> analysis included a tentatively referred basicranium (UUVP 2455) in the
> hypodigm for _Stokesosaurus_. This Late Jurassic basicranium
> looks like it
> belongs to a tyrannosaurid, and it is anteroposteriorly short as in
> tyrannosaurids proper. Interestingly,_Dilong_ is described as having a
> braincase that is anteroposteriorly longer than that of later
Actually, I did not include the braincase, as its referral to Stokesosaurus
> And where does _Aviatyrannis_ fall out? I know, I know... wait for the
> paper (or the conference... or the proceedings of the conference...) :-)
Aviatyrannis isn't included yet, as it is presently redundant vs. my coding
of Stokesosaurus: I'll need to add new characters to disassociate the two.
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