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From: BPC.APA@email.apa.org (Considine, Blaise)
>. In one
> caption it claims that centrosaurus is now the female of styracosaurus.
> I was under the impression that this is only speculative. What's up?
Well, I would say it is stronger than speculative, but it is also
more complex than that. There are about 3-4 species of Centrosaurus,
ONE of which has the correct allometric relationships to Styracosaurus
to be a female Styracosaurus. The other species of Centrosaurus would
Of course, allometric data is hardly *conclusive*, at least not
like a monospecific mass death site would be.
The peace of God be with you.