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Hmm. That's a strange pair.
It doesn't make sense with what I know.
Merck 1997 is cited a half dozen times according to Google. I assume this is
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. wrote:
John Merck's massively detailed, but still unpublished, phylogenetic analysis
places them in Archosauromorpha as the sister taxon to
Choristodera. This was publically shown at SVP a couple of years ago, so there
is no harm in mentioning that.
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