Wonderful paper here. Very in-depth discussion and description (more than in Yun 2017). However, it might be worth noting that "Teihivenator" is a nomen nudum as of yet since no Zoobank registry was made and it appears the paper does not publish paper copies (Marjanovic DML 2017).
It also appears as though you have not specifically designated a lectotype of "Teihivenator", which would probably be needed for future work. You imply that the tibia is the lectotype, but without specific mention, someone could decide that the ornithomimosaurian material is more distinct and could use the name "Teihivenator" for diagnosable ornithomimosaurian material (All of course considering that the name Teihivenator gets validly published).
Hi again Chase. I recently discovered that Yun (2017) copied some of my commentary on macropus from The Theropod Database without attribution in his paper- http://theropoddatabase.blogspot.com/2017/07/theropod-database-pilfered-again.html . I saw the specimens back in 2009 at the AMNH and have very high resolution photos (see example on that blog page and right click 'view image' and magnify) if you wish to use them in this publication, assuming your figures weren't just resized to be lower res for preprint purposes.
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