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Re: South African Dinos
In a message dated 95-09-07 11:38:27 EDT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Fred Bervoets)
>Would it also meen that Euskelosaurus lived troughout the Hettangian, Early
>Jurassic, instead of being a Carnian-Norian, Late Triassic animal?
210 Ma is at the top of the Norian, according to Harland et al. 8-10 meters
tall is quite large for _Euskelosaurus_, unless some reporter mixed up its
"length" figures with "height" figures. BCF predicts large, sauropod-size
phytodinosaurs in the Triassic, so I'd like them to be the bigger size--and
if they had pentadactyl pedes, so much the better.