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“…First, MCD-7073 lacks the characteristic ginglymoid joint end, which is considered an unequivocal dromaeosaurid synapomorphy, present even in the most basal members of the group, including in the European Pyroraptor olympius 23 . Only a few dromaeosaurids, such as Imperobator 38 , 39 , the unenlagiid Neuquenraptor 40 , and the microraptorine Zhongjianosaurus 41 , lack or show a very poorly developed ginglymus in Mt II 24 . Metatarsal II is also not ginglymoid in Balaur 5 , 6 (but some authors disagree with the dromaeosaurid affinities of Balaur 42 ).…”
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“…First, MCD-7073 lacks the characteristic ginglymoid joint end, which is considered an unequivocal dromaeosaurid synapomorphy, present even in the most basal members of the group, including in the European Pyroraptor olympius 23 . Only a few dromaeosaurids, such as Imperobator 38 , 39 , the unenlagiid Neuquenraptor 40 , and the microraptorine Zhongjianosaurus 41 , lack or show a very poorly developed ginglymus in Mt II 24 . Metatarsal II is also not ginglymoid in Balaur 5 , 6 (but some authors disagree with the dromaeosaurid affinities of Balaur 42 ).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning