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Re: Avimimus



Heres what I have

Genus: Avimimus KURZANOV, 1981
Etymology: Latin, avis, ?bird?, and Greek, mimus, ?mimic?, Bird mimic.

Species: portentosus KURZANOV, 1981
Etymology:

Holotype: PIN 3907/1

Locality: Ulan-Sayr Locality, Mongolia.

Horizon: Dzhadokhtinskaya Formation, Late Santonian or Early Campanian, 
Late Cretaceous.

Material: Fragment of skull and fragmentary skeleton.

Referred material:

KURZANOV, 1983

>From type locality:

3907/1: Fragmentary pubis and ischium.

3907/2: Fragmentary ilium, pubes and fragmentary ischium.

3907/4: Fragmentary skeleton.

3907/5: Fragmentary ilium, fragmentary pubes, and fragmentary ischium.

3907/6: Fragmentary vertebrae.

PEN AN SSR 3906/1: Fragmentary ilium and ischium.
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KURZANOV, 1985

>From the type locality:

PIN 3907/3: Fragmentary skull, two fragments; an anterior portion 
including the premaxillary and dentary bones, and a posterior fragment 
beginning at the anterior margin of the orbits, and a fragmentary 
skeleton.
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KURZANOV & BANNIKOV, 1989

Number:

Locality: Shara-Tsav, Southeastern Gobi region, Mongolia.

Horizon: Barungoyot Formation, Late Santonian or Early Campanian, Late 
Cretaceous.

Material: A substantial part of a skeleton.

Note: Found with Quaesitosaurus. 
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JERZYKIEWICZ & RUSSELL, 1991

Number: Not given.

Locality: Mongolia.

Horizon: Djadokhta Formation, Late Cretaceous.

Material:
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CURRIE & EBERTH, 1993

Numbers: Not given.

Locality: Iren Dabasu, Mongolia.

Horizon: Iren Dabasu Formation, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

AMNH:
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DONG, 1992

Number:

Locality: Erenhot, Mongolia.

Horizon: Iren Dabasu Formation, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Fused tarsometarasi.

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