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Re: tiny-armed theropods
_Limusaurus_ reminds me of shuvosaurids like _Effigia_ more so than
ornithomimosaurs. The latter have very long forelimbs that appear to
have been adapted for hooking foliage and bringing it to the mouth.
Therizinosaurs also had long forelimbs, and were most likely
herbivores - but the large manus does not seem well adapted for
hooking or gripping branches.
...although, in ornithomimo- and segnosaurs alike, the head + neck is
still longer than the forelimbs.