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>The vineyard titanosaur apparently possesses spines. Are these atop the scutes?
>Was anything revealed about their pattern on the body, if any. If the
>of the scutes proves the same as that in other armoured titanosaurs (and other
>sauropods, possibly), the possibility that all had such spines is raised. This
>is something, of course, suggested a good long while ago.

Darren -

        This is new to me:  what is the "vineyard" titanosaur, and could
you point me to a ref?  Thanks!

Jerry D. Harris
Shuler Museum of Paleontology
Southern Methodist University
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"If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and
quacks like a duck, then it is the sister taxon to,
but cannot parsimoniously be, the direct ancestor
to all other ducks."

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