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Very interesting. I know that Lusotitan is the best known titanosauriform from the Late Jurassic of Portugal, but Oceanotitan indicates that more than one titanosauriform clade existed in this region during the Jurassic, given that one cladistic analysis recovers it as a member of Somphospondyli.


By the way, could I have a copy of the Oceanotitan paper?

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