I would like like to get your opinion on another newly discovered tyrannosaur this year called Moro’s Intrepidus. I’m not sure if you’ve heard of it, it’s a small tyrannosaur similar to Alectrosaurus found in the Cedar Mountain Formation, Utah in the Mussentuchit Member. If you’ve done a skeletal or web article on it already I would love to see it or if you haven’t I would love to hear your two cents on it. Thanks
Since you have the most extensive knowledge on this... It is accurate to reconstruct Venenosaurus from a Gondwanatitan skeletal reference?
This is sort of an odd place for this question, but no, I would not want to use a derived lithostrothan (Gondwanatitan) as the basis for restoring a brachiosaurid (Veneosaurus). I haven't looked closely at the remains of Gondwanatitan yet, but I am some somewhat skeptical that they would look like the illustration you linked either.