Baron et al. reply

@article{Baron2017BaronEA,
  title={Baron et al. reply},
  author={M. Baron and D. Norman and P. Barrett},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2017},
  volume={551},
  pages={E4-E5}
}
For over a century, the standard classification scheme has split dinosaurs into two fundamental groups1: ‘lizard-hipped’ saurischians (including meat-eating theropods and long-necked sauropodomorphs) and ‘bird-hipped’ ornithischians (including a variety of herbivorous species)2–4. In a recent paper, Baron et al.5 challenged this paradigm with a new phylogenetic analysis that places theropods and ornithischians together in a group called Ornithoscelida, to the exclusion of sauropodomorphs, and… Expand
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