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Re: dino-lice



Yes, Haplocheirus' arms are rather standard-issue coelurosaur length.

On Mon, April 18, 2011 7:54 pm, Augusto Haro wrote:

>  But, would not you say they have relatively short
> forelimbs even as coelurosaurs? I mean, compared with what may be the
> basal coelurosaur condition, if inferred from ornithomimosaurs,
> oviraptorosaurs, paravians, and therizinosaurids. As far as I
> remember, even Haplocheirus has longer arms.
>


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