Osteology of the unenlagiid theropod Neuquenraptor argentinus from the Late Cretaceous of Patagonia

@inproceedings{Egli2017OsteologyOT,
  title={Osteology of the unenlagiid theropod Neuquenraptor argentinus from the Late Cretaceous of Patagonia},
  author={Federico Briss{\'o}n Egli and ALEXIS M. ARANCIAGA ROLANDO and Federico L. Agnol{\'i}n},
  year={2017}
}
Neuquenraptor argentinus was described as the first undoubted deinonychosaurian theropod from Gondwana. The only known specimen is represented by a fragmentary skeleton, including a nearly complete foot, coming from Late Cretaceous beds of Neuquén Province, Patagonia, Argentina. Neuquenraptor was later considered as belonging to the Southern Hemisphere paravian clade Unenlagiidae, and proposed as a junior synonym of Unenlagia comahuensis. The aim of the present paper is to include a detailed… CONTINUE READING

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