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Re: Tyrannosaurus bataar eggs
Stan Friesen wrote:
>Tarbosaurs have always been considered part of Tyrannosauridae,
>but they are now considered synonyms of Tyrannosaurus itself by
I know, I synonymized them in "Tyrannosaurids (Dinosauria) of Asia and
North America. IN Mateer, N., and Chen, P. (eds.) 1992, Aspects of
nonmarine Cretaceous geology. China Ocean Press, p. 250-268"
>Hmm, what is the relationship of this formation to the one in
>which Alectrosaurus was found?
>[If I remember my names correctly, Alectrosaurus is the earliest
>known tyrannosaurid - being Lower Cretaceous].
Actually Alectrosaurus is lower Late Cretaceous in age, probably too
young for these eggs. Besides, why assume these are tyrannosaurid eggs?