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Re: Herrerasaurus ... again

> The holotype of "Frenguellisaurus", which has been ascribed to
> Herrerasaurus, is much larger than most other Herrerasaurus specimens,
> and seems to be younger than the smaller specimens.

Sorry, I mean younger in a geological sense

> Although Staurikosaurus,
> apparently the closest relative of Herrerasaurus, is apparently coeval
> with Herrerasaurus (and both are among the group of the earliest
> dinosaurs)

This "group" is not a systematic one, just that they are the oldest dinos.