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Re: Asilisaurus kongwe



> Isn't Ornithodira usually considered node-based (pterosaurs + dinosaurs)?

Nesbitt et al. (2010) explicitly stated that they use this clade name
sensu Sereno (1991), so that's what Ornithodira means there... See
also the mail I posted today...

Literature:
Sereno, P. C. 1991. Basal archosaurs: phylogenetic relationships and
functional implications. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Memoir 2
11:1–53.

Best,
Daniel
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