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Re: Most cervical vertebrae in a theropod

Mike Taylor <mike@indexdata.com> wrote:

> We all know that Mamenchisaurus had the most cervical vertebrae (19)
> of any known sauropod.  But can anyone tell me what is the
> record-holder among theropods?  What about ornithischians?
> Pterosaurs?

For ornithischians, it may be the long-necked stegosaur _Miragaia
longicollum_, with 17 cervical vertebrae (at least).