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At 8:40 PM 8/29/95, Fred Bervoets wrote:
>> I was wondering if anyone knew anything about
>> the ankylosaur genus _Syrmosaurus_? I've always been intersted by this one
>> because it supposedly had a flattened tail end (an "ax" rather than a
>> But I've haven't heard anything about this genus for a long time...is it
>As far as i know (am i out of data again?) Syrmosaurus is the same as
>Pinacosaurus = Syrmosaurus (Maleev,1952) Pinacosaurus > P.grangeri (Gilmo
>re,1933) >> P.ninghsiensis (Young,1953) en Syrmosaurus viminicaudus
>(Maleev,1952). . Source: The Dinosauria by Weishampel, Dodson and Osmolska.
>Please fil me in if i am wring.
- No, you are not wring.
Jason J. Head
Dept. of Geological Sciences
Southern Methodist University
Dallas, Tx. 75275
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