Ceratosauria

Ceratosaurs are members of a group of theropod dinosaurs defined as all theropods sharing a more recent common ancestry with Ceratosaurus than with birds. There is no agreed upon listing of species or diagnostic characters of Ceratosauria, though they were less derived anatomically than the more diverse Tetanurae. According to the latest and most ...
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Ceratosauria

(from the article `dinosaur`) Ceratosauria includes Ceratosaurus and all theropods more closely related to it than to birds. This group includes basal theropods such as ...
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Ceratosauria

(pronounced se-RAT-uh-SAWR-ee-ah) Ceratosauria is a major division of theropod dinosaurs; those whose three hip bones (the pubis, ilium and ischium) are fused. Ceratosauria is divided into the Coelophysoidea (early Ceratosaurs with a notch in the upper jaw, including Dilophosaurus ,Coelophysis , Syntarsus , Liliensternus) and the Neoceratosauria (C...
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