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Edwin's two-beamed sauropodThe diplodocid taxon Dystylosaurus edwini has long been commonly assumed to be a synonym of Supersaurus. But does this long-held idea still really hold up? Full blogpost: https://thesauropodomorphlair.wordpress.com/2021/05/28/edwins-two-beamed-sauropod/
Yongjinglong 2020Our understanding about the Chinese titanosauriform Yongjinglong datangi has changed quite a bit since it was first described six years ago, prompting me to revisit it.Phylogenetic affinities + my past reconstructions of the animal: https://thesauropodomorphlair.wordpress.com/2020/06/21/the-affinities-and-my-past-reconstructions-of-yongjinglong/Probable bodily proportions based on the known material: https://thesauropodomorphlair.wordpress.com/2020/06/22/proportions-of-yongjinglong/
The Candeleros MonsterGiganotosaurus might not have met Argentinosaurus (unless you lump Mapusaurus), but it might have coexisted with a supersauropod of possibly the same general size class.Full blogpost: https://thesauropodomorphlair.wordpress.com/2020/06/04/the-candeleros-monster/
The forgotten XinghesaurusIn this post I tackle one of the most poorly-known sauropods, the titanosauriform skeleton mounted in Tokyo known as "Xinghesaurus". Also serves as an update for a couple of 2015 blogposts.
Full blogpost: https://thesauropodomorphlair.wordpress.com/2020/01/23/the-forgotten-xinghesaurus/
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