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A NEW CAENAGNATHID OJORAPTORSAURUS BOEREI, N. GEN., N. SP. (DINOSAURIA, OVIRAPTOROSAURIA), FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS OJO ALAMO FORMATION (NAASHOIBITO MEMBER), SAN JUAN BASIN, NEW MEXICO

@inproceedings{Sullivan2011ANC,
  title={A NEW CAENAGNATHID OJORAPTORSAURUS BOEREI, N. GEN., N. SP. (DINOSAURIA, OVIRAPTOROSAURIA), FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS OJO ALAMO FORMATION (NAASHOIBITO MEMBER), SAN JUAN BASIN, NEW MEXICO},
  author={Robert Miles Sullivan and Steven E. Jasinski and Jos{\'e} Lino},
  year={2011}
}
A nearly complete pair of pubes is identified as a new caenagnathid oviraptorosaur, Ojoraptorsaurus boerei, n. gen., n. sp., based on having a "spoon-shaped" depression on the anterior dorsal surface of the pubic boot, an elongated anterior process of the pubic boot, a recessed enclosed pubic fossa, the distal end of the pubic shaft convex anteriorly, and a sub-trapezoidal pubic peduncle articulation surface. Ojoraptorsaurus boerei is most similar to ROM 43250 (previously assigned to… Expand

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