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The osteology of Shaochilong maortuensis, a carcharodontosaurid (dinosauria: theropoda) from the Late Cretaceous of Asia

Abstract:

Large-bodied theropod dinosaurs from the Early-mid Cretaceous of the northern continents (Laurasia) are poorly known. One of the most complete and intriguing theropods from this interval is Shaochilong maortuensis Hu, 1964 from the Turonian (< 92 Ma) Ulansuhai Formation of Inner Mongolia, China. The phylogenetic placement of Shaochilong has long been a subject of debate, as it has been referred to several disparate theropod groups (e.g., Megalosauridae, Allosauridae, Tyrannosauroidea, Mani...

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Journal:
Zootaxa
Issue:
2334
Pages:
1-46
Publication date:
2010-01-13
EISSN:
1175-5334
ISSN:
1175-5326
URN:
uuid:5206f469-44cd-4118-9e81-9ff8449d493b
Source identifiers:
385487
Local pid:
pubs:385487

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