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“…Seemingly, there are more pneumatic recesses present within the braincase of SMNS 58022, including minor cavities within the basioccipital and the prootic, as well as a basisphenoid recess and a subsellar recess within the basisphenoid. In very general terms, the extent of braincase pneumaticity seems to be higher than in ceratosaurs 23,44 , but less than in tyrannosaurs 24 .…”
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“…Seemingly, there are more pneumatic recesses present within the braincase of SMNS 58022, including minor cavities within the basioccipital and the prootic, as well as a basisphenoid recess and a subsellar recess within the basisphenoid. In very general terms, the extent of braincase pneumaticity seems to be higher than in ceratosaurs 23,44 , but less than in tyrannosaurs 24 .…”
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“…A small flocculus endocast is conversely not necessarily indicative of a small amount of respective neural tissue, because the floccular lobe also extends within the cerebellum of extant birds 29,35 . However, a reduction in floccular size in the abelisaurid certosaurian Majungasaurus crenatissimus has been interpreted to indicate a decreased reliance on quick movement and sophisticated gaze-stabilization mechanisms in this taxon 23 , though not necessarily in other abelisaurids 44,64 . In pterosaurs, enlarged floccular recesses have been interpreted as an adaptation to eye-guided pursuit hunting of fish, albeit aerially 33 .…”
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“…It corresponds to the passage for the sphenoidal artery, as in Carnotaurus, Abelisaurus, Aucasaurus, and Majungasaurus (Sampson and Witmer, 2007;Paulina-Carabajal 2011a, b). Instead, Viavenator has two foramina that lead to the pituitary fossa (Paulina-Carabajal and Filippi, 2018). The foramen for CN VI is not observed on the lateral surface of the basisphenoid, since the pair of passages seem to penetrate the pituitary fossa.…”
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“…The increase of osteological knowledge of these theropods has been exponential since the recognition of the family, more than 30 years ago. However, within the last 15 years, aspects such as evolution in a paleobiogeographic context (e.g., Novas et al, 2013;Tortosa et al, 2014;Filippi et al, 2016;Longrich et al, 2017), phylogenetic relationships (e.g., Carrano and Sampson, 2008;Canale et al, 2009;Tortosa et al, 2014;Filippi et al, 2016), and paleobiology (e.g., Sampson and Witmer, 2007;Persons and Currie, 2011;Méndez 2012aMéndez ,b, 2013Delcourt, 2018;Paulina-Carabajal and Filippi, 2018), have been explored for abelisaurids.…”
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