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Re: Zhuchengtyrannus, new Chinese tyrannosaurine
Brad McFeeters <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It hasn't. I think they just meant that the Kem Kem has abelisaurids AND
> *Sigilmassasaurus* AND the two other big tetanurans.
You could be right. Here is the exact wording:
Upper Cretaceous Moroccan red beds in North Africa have yielded a
large abelisaurid, _Sigilmassasaurus brevicollis_, together with the
tetanurans _Carcharodontosaurus saharicus_ and _Spinosaurus
aegyptiacus_ (Weishampel et al., 2004).
The sentence is certainly poorly worded. It at least implies that
_Sigilmassasaurus_ is NOT a tetanuran - which is probably not the
intention. _Sigilmassasaurus_ likely represents the same taxon as