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Re: Papers in the new JVP
>> For those without access to the paper, like myself, what is their
>> estimated mass for Q. northropi?
For crying out loud.
Anyway, the same issue has a paper on *Azendohsaurus*. The "prosauropod"
from Madagascar is referred to it as a new species, and *Azendohsaurus*
is neither an ornithischian nor a sauropodomorph. In fact, it's not an
archosauriform at all. There's no trace of an antorbital fenestra, and
the lateral temporal fenestra is still open ventrally!
This blog post has more information, including a skull reconstruction: