Newly described by Darren Naish and Steve Sweetman, this is a *highly speculative* restoration of the so-called Ashdown maniraptoran. One of the smallest non-avialan dinosaurs known (if it is indeed non-avialan), it's known from a single, tiny but adult vertebra.
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I essentially restored this as a very small protarchaeopterygid-grade animal, hence the tightly-folding wing feathers, (oviraptorids could fold their wings more tightly than even many early birds) with some influence from scansoripterygids given its small size (and as a slight nod to GSP's interpretation of Epidexipteryx hui as a basal oviraptorosaur). The legs are quite long compared to the body and the foot is large, to better emphasize the diminutive size and, I reckon, to escape hungry mammals.