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Re: Triassic Crurotarsi vs Ornithodira in latest Science
>From David Peters:
> Haven't seen the article yet.
> Does it speak to the subject of dinosaur ancestry among the
>From Bill Parker:
> No it does not.
Actually, it does speak to it by rejecting it. The supplementary data
includes a brand new archosaur phylogenetic analysis. No huge shake-ups,
and having seen the presentation at SVP last year about new Revueltosaurus
material I suspect it is not the basalmost crurotarsan, but it is a great
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