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Re: What ever happened to Deinodon?

>  (Am I right in assuming Gorgosaurus and Deinodon are now both
> synonymous with Albertosaurus?  At one point Albertosaurus and
> Gorgosaurus were considered different animals.)  As I'm not current
> in paleontology, I find myself getting confused, especially since my
> library is outdated.

    See: Olschevsky, G. & Ford, T. L., 1996. _The Dinosaur Folios_ #
1, Publications Requiring Research, Buffalo, NY: 49 pp. (Of which I
have "the very first copy of the first installment"). For more info,
e-mail DinoGeorge.

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