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Madagascar ceratosaurs

        Somone recently mentioned that _Majungolithos_ [sic?] has been
referred to _Majungosaurus_, indicating a "carnotaurus"-style abelisaur
(yes, I didn't use quotes, sometimes you just start believeing...) in
Madagascar.  Now, rumor has it that there is a "abelisaurus"-style animal
from Madagascar which has been tenatively reffered to _Indosuchus_.  If so,
this might indicate that in three seperate Cretaceous Gondwannan faunal
assembleges there was a "carnotaurine" and an "abelisaurine".  So, does
anyone have the skinny on this new _Indosuchus_ material?
"I will not have fun.  Fun is the time-killer.  Fun is for children, pets,
and the help.  I will take a pass on fun.  And when it has gone I will turn
the inward eye to follow fun's path.  And where fun has passed, only I will
remain.  I and my will to succeed.  Damn I'm good!"

[That's just to see if what books Mickey and Darren read...]
| Jonathan R. Wagner                    "You can clade if you want to,     |
| Department of Geosciences              You can leave your friends behind |
| Texas Tech University                  Because your friends don't clade  |
| Lubbock, TX 79409                               and if they don't clade, |
|       *** wagner@ttu.edu ***           Then they're no friends of mine." |
|           Web Page:  http://faraday.clas.virginia.edu/~jrw6f             |