Althoughonly named from the description of hind legs, Alnashetrihas beenidentified as an alvaresauroid. These small theropods are noted forhaving short stubby arms with single claws pointing out, which mayhelped them to feed upon certain types of prey like insects. Thisremains unknown for certain with Alnashetri sinceat the time of itsdescription these parts have still not been found, but in life thegenus is still expected to have this specialised limb reduction, orat least a form of. Another problem with the lack of further remainsfor this genus is that it is hard to establish how it is related toother similar dinosaurs, but this can all change if another discoveryof a more complete individual is made., Thename Alnashetri is from the Tehuelchan for‘slender thighs’. Thespecies name A.