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In a message dated 95-12-10 18:40:14 EST, longrich@phoenix.Princeton.EDU
(Nicholas R. Longrich) writes:

>       Well, #@#$%... The irony is that a skeleton from a baby Saltasaur 
>would make the thing the most complete titanosaur. Am I right in thinking 
>that Alamosaurus is still the most complete titanosaur, or have some 
>recent finds found anything better?

There is an undescribed skeleton believed to be of the titanosaurid
_Epachthosaurus_ about 3/4 complete. It was reported in _Archosaurian
Articulations_ Vol. 1 #3 (before the name _Epachthosaurus_ had been coined).