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My previous post asked about the reported "Centrosaurus" from western
Colorado. Thanks to Harley Armstrong, he reported to me that, after
he examined it with Ken Carpenter and Jack Horner, they agreed "it was
actually hadrosaur material from the Williams Fork Fm" (Mesaverde
Group). Well, I guess we don't have to worry about that occurrence in
understanding centrosaurine biogeography!