The first cladogram presented here follows one proposed analysis by Fernando E. Novas, Martin D. Ezcurra, Sankar Chatterjee and T. S. Kutty in 2011. In this review, Herrerasaurus is a primitive saurischian, but not a theropod. The second cladogram is based on an analysis by Hans-Dieter Sues, Sterling J. Nesbitt, David S Berman and Amy C. Henrici, in 2011/12. This review indicated Herrerasaurus is a basal theropod.
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