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Subject: Re: Mysteriasaur?
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From: Jeff Poling <jpoling@dinosauria.com>
Subject: Re: Mysteriasaur?

At 05:16 PM 10/18/96 -0500, Jason Ashley wrote:

   1)  There is no such thing as Gigantosaur.  There is Gigantosaurus and
Giganotosaurus.  The first is the junior synonym of an african sauropod, the
latter is a very large, T. rex sized, south american allosaurid.  Look
closely at the spellings, they *are* different names.

   2)  Undoubtedly the arms you saw probably belonged to Deinocheirus, a
mongolian ornithomimid which, to my knowledge is known solely by those

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