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New Triassic theropod from Switzerland

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A new Triassic theropod-related paper is available online:

 

Marion Zahner; Winand Brinkmann (2019). A Triassic averostran-line theropod from Switzerland and the early evolution of dinosaurs. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 3. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0941-z.

 

Notatesseraeraptor is the third European Triassic theropod for which cranial remains are known (the still-to-be-renamed form Zanclodon cambrensis [aka "Newtonsaurus"]), and given the lack of crests as in Dilophosaurus and its placement next to Averostra and Dilophosauridae, it indicates a higher cladistic diversity of early theropods from Late Triassic Europe.

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The Amateur Paleontologist
On 08/07/2019 at 10:14 PM, DD1991 said:

A new Triassic theropod-related paper is available online:

 

Sadly paywalled :( I requested it from the authors to see if they could provide a copy, though

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