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Re: R: Small-sized abelisaurid from the Upper Cretaceous of Argentina
I couldn't find a genus or species name for this abelisaur. Only have an early
reference recording it as an undescribed form
undescribed abelisaurian (Canale, Haluza and Novas, 2015)
Early Cenomanian, Late Cretaceous
Candelaros Formation of Rio Limay Group, Neuquen, Argentina
Material- (MMCh-PV 69) (14 year old adult, ~4 m) several fragmentary
postcranial elements including dorsal rib, ilium and femur
Reference- Canale, Haluza and Novas, 2015. Histologia osea de un nuevo ejempar
de Abelisauridae (Dinosauria, Theropoda) del Cenomaniano de la Provincia de
Neuquen, Argentina. XXIX Jornadas Argentinas de Paleontología de Vertebrados,
resumenes. Ameghiniana. 52(4) suplemento, 10.
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> Which is the name of the new taxon?
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> Data: 13-feb-2016 17.13
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> Ogg: Small-sized abelisaurid from the Upper Cretaceous of Argentina
> Ben Creisler
> A new paper.
> Juan I. Canale, Ignacio Cerda, Fernando E. Novas & Alejandro Haluza (2016)
> Small-sized abelisaurid (Theropoda: Ceratosauria) remains from the
> Upper Cretaceous of northwest Patagonia, Argentina.
> Cretaceous Research 62: 18–28
> http: // www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195667116300143
> A new abelisaurid theropod specimen is presented and described.
> It is one of the smallest abelisaurids ever recorded.
> A histological analysis of this specimen, the first for an abelisaurid
> theropod, is offered.
> The phylogenetic analysis showed a basal position inside Abelisauridae
> for this taxon.
> It finding adds a new form to the diverse meat-eating dinosaur fauna
> of Candeleros Formation.
> A new abelisaurid theropod from the Cenomanian of Candeleros Formation
> (Neuquén Province, NW Patagonia, Argentina) is described. It includes
> an isolated frontal, partial pelvis, two fused sacral centra, femoral
> shaft, rib fragments, partial metatarsal II and shaft of metatarsal
> III. A paleohistological analysis shows that MMCh-PV 69 was
> somatically mature at time of death. The prevalence of relatively
> ordered intrinsic fibers in the primary bone indicates a relatively
> lower growth rate of MMCh-PV 69 compared with other abelisauroids,
> such as Aucasaurus garridoi. Phylogenetic analysis found MMCh-PV 69 as
> a basal abelisaurid, sister group of the node formed by
> Majungasaurinae and Brachyrostra. We estimated the body mass of
> MMCh-PV 69 in 240 kg, which makes it one of the smallest abelisaurids
> recorded. This new form adds to the extensive theropod fauna of the
> Candeleros Formation, probably the most diverse association of
> meat-eating dinosaurs recorded in a Cretaceous Formation from South