Chunchi Liao

Chunchi Liao
Chinese Academy of Sciences | CAS · Department of Paleoichthyology and Paleoherpetology

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Beipiaosaurus inexpectus , from the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation (Sihetun locality, near Beipiao), Liaoning, China, is a key taxon for understanding the early evolution of therizinosaurians. Since initial publication in 1999, only the cranial elements of this taxon have been described in detail. Here we present a detailed description of the po...
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Brachiosauridae is a lineage of titanosauriform sauropods that includes some of the most iconic non-avian dinosaurs. Undisputed brachiosaurid fossils are known from the Late Jurassic through the Early Cretaceous of North America, Africa, and Europe, but proposed occurrences outside this range have proven controversial. Despite occasional suggestion...
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We here report an ankylosaurian ilium from the Albian–Cenomanian Longjing Formation of Yanji City, Jilin Province, northeastern China. The diagnostic features allowing referral of this specimen to Ankylosauria include: an ilium rotated horizontally dorsal to the acetabulum with the primitive lateral surface facing ventrally; long and laterally dive...
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Beipiaosaurus inexpectus, a key taxon for understanding the early evolution of therizinosaurians, has not been fully described since it was briefly reported on by Xu, Tang and Wang in 1999. Here we present a detailed description of the cranial anatomy of the holotype of this theropod dinosaur. B. inexpectus is unique in some of its cranial features...
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Therizinosaurian theropods evolved many highly specialized osteological features in association with their bulky proportions, which were unusual in the context of the generally gracile Theropoda. Here we report a new therizinosaur, Lingyuanosaurus sihedangensis gen. et sp. nov., based on a specimen recovered from the Lower Cretaceous Jehol Group of...

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