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On Thu, 25 Jan 1996, Rob Meyerson wrote:
> As an additional question, what is the status of _Ankylosaurus_ within this
> group? Is it still a questionable genus?
I wasn't aware that it ever was! Anyway, as the first named,
_Ankylosaurus_ has priority over all other names. It looks to me like
we've got pretty good material of _Ankylosaurus magniventris_, certainly
enough to show that it was closely related to _Euoplocephalus_ and
_Talarurus_ (sorry, George), and that it was the largest and latest of
the ankylosaurs (as I recall).
> "Don't panic!"
Thanks for the advice!
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