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Re: Time Space and Matter -2
> True...but in the _Western_ world, the consensus in most books
> seemed to place it as a diplodocid (often in the Mamenchisaurinae
> subfamily), whereas the Chinese, who had much better exposure to the
> various regional sauropods, guessed it to be a Euhelopodid, which, of
> course, it turned out to be! 8-)
On a majority basis, yes. Once I was cognizant of the Euhelopodidae
I quickly concluded it was a proper grouping, and that M. belonged
there. So I was in the "eastern" camp on this issue long before the
skull was found.
The peace of God be with you.