von Huene and Matley, 1933
Ornithomimoides ("bird mimic-like") is a dubious genus of theropod dinosaur, from the Late Cretaceous period (Maastrichtian stage, sometime between 70–66 mya) of India. Two species have been identified, though they are known only from isolated vertebrae. O. barasimlensis is known from five dorsal vertebrae, and O. mobilis from four smaller vertebrae, found at the same location. It is possible that they were very big species of abelisaur, and may have measured around 6.2 to 9 meters (20 to 30 feet) in length.
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- Huene and Matley. 1933. The Cretaceous Saurischia and Ornithischia of the central provinces of India. Pal. Indica 21 1-74, 33 figs., 24 pls.
- Novas and Bandyopaphyay, 1999. New approaches on the Cretaceous theropods from India. VII International Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, abstracts.
- Novas, Agnolin and Bandyopadhyay, 2004. Cretaceous theropods from India: A review of specimens described by Huene and Matley (1933). Rev. Mus. Argentino Cienc. Nat., n.s. 6(1): 67-103.
- "Ornithomimoides in the Dinosaur Encyclopaedia at Dino Russ's Lair". Archived from the original on 2008-05-28. Retrieved 2011-04-10.
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