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Re: ceratopsians and administrivia



 From: Mickey Rowe <rowe@lepomis.psych.upenn.edu>
 > In his chapter in _Dinosaur Systematics_, doesn't Lehman also
 > tentatively suggest that Torosaurus might be the male form of
 > Triceratops?  If I'm remembering correctly, has anybody agreed with or
 > disputed that assessment?

This doesn't sound right.  Based on the anatomy of the Texas
Chasmosaurus, the gender split in Triceratops is more likely
to be between the two general frill morphs.

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