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Re: Ye Olde Duckbill Dinosaur
Looking in the DINOSAURIA, all Trachodon species seem to be Nomina dubia.
Some species to Edmontosaur and some to Anatosaur.
> From: Tomporowski, Steve <Steve.Tomporowski@us.ms.philips.com>
> To: dinosaur <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Ye Olde Duckbill Dinosaur
> Date: Friday, August 08, 1997 3:38 PM
> Hello all!
> When I was a kid sneaking down to downtown New Haven to visit the Peabody
> Museum (which was free then....) I was very familiar with the then
> restoration of the duckbill dinosaur 'Trachodon [spelling?]' as having a
> wide duck-like bill and swimming in water. Now that I've gotten back to
> dinosaurs I know that that restoration is changed, in fact even that
> at the Peabody has been removed. I assume Trachodon is an invalid name
> Since I've missed the changes due to new information, what happened to
> Trachodon and his wide flat bill?
> Thanks much....Steve