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Re: Bison alticornis



>The type specimen is a pair of long horn-cores from the Lance Formation,
>which was not well dated in those days. Marsh used the horn cores as evidence
>for a Pleistocene dating for the formation when he coined _Bison alticornis_
>for them. He didn't take long to retract this view, however. By the next
>year, he had them in the late Cretaceous and was calling them _Ceratops
>alticornis_.

Wasn't this animal later renamed under Triceratops?

Rob

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