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Hi Karen here,
I can't remember who asked for the references on Dilophosaurus so I'm
afraid you're all going to get my info, sorry to clutter your mail
I did a keyword search for Dilophosaurus and came up with the
following 8 references, they are not all obvious but I'm guaranteed
that the word dilophosaurus is in there somewhere. Hope they're of
Colbert, E.H. 1985
The Jurassic dinosaurs of Northern American.
Ameghiniana 22[1-2] p.117-119
Dilophosaurus wetherilli (Dinosauria, Therapoda), osteology and
Palaeontographica. Abteilung A: Palaeozoologie-Stratigraphie
V. 185 [4-6] p85-180
Thulborn, R.A. 1987
The origin of feathers
IN: Mesozoic terrestrial ecosystems by Currie, P J and Koster, E.H.
see also: Ocassional papers of the Tyrell museum of palaeontology 3
Farlow, J.O. 1987
Lower Cretaceous dinosaurs. 110 pages
Lucas, S.G. 1990
Stratigraphic succession of dinosaur faunas in the North American
AAPG,Bulletin 74  p.1335
Welles, S.P. 1970
Dilophosaurus(Reptilia, Saurischia), a new name for a dinosaur.
Journal of Paleontology 44  p.989
Debus, A.A. 1984
Edwin T Colbert, the triassic and cold-bloded archosaurs.
The Earth Science News (Earth Science Club of Northern Illinois) 35
Welles, S.P. 1983
Two centers of ossification in a therapod astragalus.
Journal of Paleontology 57  p.401
Geologist in Exile!
Earth Sciences Library
University of Greenwich