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“…Based on the data matrix of Xing and others 30 , seven taxa ( Adynomosaurus 66 , Blasisaurus 67 , Canardia 68 , Laiyangosaurus 55 , Nipponosaurus 13,69–71 , Plesiohadros 72 , and Sahaliyania 5 ) and four characters were added (Supplementary Text S3). Bonapartesaurus 73 is excluded from this analysis because of its poor preservation.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
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“…Based on the data matrix of Xing and others 30 , seven taxa ( Adynomosaurus 66 , Blasisaurus 67 , Canardia 68 , Laiyangosaurus 55 , Nipponosaurus 13,69–71 , Plesiohadros 72 , and Sahaliyania 5 ) and four characters were added (Supplementary Text S3). Bonapartesaurus 73 is excluded from this analysis because of its poor preservation.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
“…Inferred late Maastrichtian lower eustatic sea level (Kominz et al, 2008) would have favored the dispersal of Orientalosuchina, which is consistent with the probable age of Eoalligator chunyii and J. nankangensis . Evidence for Late Cretaceous vertebrate dispersal from North America to Asia is otherwise scarce and include some tyrannosauroid, hadrosaurid, and ceratopsian dinosaurs (Loewen et al, 2013; Farke et al, 2014; Prieto-Márquez et al, 2019). Dispersal from Asia to North America, on the other hand, has been more commonly inferred for the Late Cretaceous (Russell, 1993; Hutchison, 2000; Sereno, 2000; Godefroit, Bolotsky & Alifanov, 2003).…”
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“…2f–j; Table 2). The length of the exoccipital articulation surface is equivalent with a phylogenetic character that differentiates hadrosaurines from lambeosaurines and non-hadrosaurid hadrosauroids (degree of the caudal extension of the supraoccipital-exoccipital shelf 35,61,62 ). The well-developed squamosal bosses are widely seen in lambeosaurines as well as in a few non-hadrosaurid hadrosauroids, but has never been reported in hadrosaurines (Fig.…”
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