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OK, I've got _PDW_ in my hands (I love the way the glue smells in this book
by the way...) and it is turned to the Albertosaur page.
We have got _Albertosaurus sarcophagus_ which seems now to be the only valid
species of _A_, right?
Then we have got _Gorgosaurus libratus_ which is only the skull AMNH 5458 (in
the book anyway).
Then we have _Gorgosaurus sternbergi_ which is much more gracile than _G. l._
and represented by AMNH 5664 and FMNH PR308.
Next is _Gorgosaurus arctanguis_ which is maybe represented by TMP 81.10.1.
Now _Dasplateosaurus torosus_ is recognised as an Albertosaurinid, and
_Dinotyrannus (=Albertosaurus) megagracilis_ and _Nanotyrannus lancensis_as
Is this right? Is this making any sense?
I do _not_ like the name _Gorgosaurus_ AT ALL by the way.
Oh, also, that giant Morrison Megalosaur that Bakker was blathering on about
could be _Brontoraptor_ too (watch him be a lurker on the list...).