Recently discovered abelisauroid Dahalokely once again, only now as an abelisaurid rather than a noasaurid.
The phylogenetic analysis places it weakly with noasaurids (hence my first drawing being a noasaurid), but it’s practically teetering between noasaurids and abelisaurids, so it doesn’t hurt to have two restorations.
The newly described abelisauroid Dahalokely tokana from Madagascar.
It’s only known from vertebrae and a few ribs, so this is pretty speculative. As per the phylogenetic analysis and the skeletal in the article, I’ve restored it as a more robust noasaurid than the later Masiakasaurus.