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RE: New Papers of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
David Marjanovic wrote:
> Not for biogeographic purposes. One word: *Baryonyx*.
I agree that the _Baryonyx_-_Suchomimus_ link suggests a trans-Tethys
dispersal. But this might have been an isolated event. Overall, the north
African and European dinofaunas do not show a lot in common during the Early
Cretaceous. For example, it's not even close to the degree of similarity
shared by the Morrison, Tendaguru, and Lourinha/Alcobaca faunas of the Late
> Maybe. But considering the age of that part of Dromaeosaurinae with
> "dromaeosaurine" teeth (Kimmeridgian), Unenlagiinae could easily be at least
> as old.
Yes, true. But how confident are you in assigning dromaeosaurid teeth at the
"subfamily" level? :-)
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