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Re: Compsognathus prima

Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:
> As many as 5 percent of all dinosaur names are feminine (say about 40 or so,
> although I haven't actually counted them). The most frequent
> type of feminine name seems to be that ending in -ia, such as _Galtonia_,
>George what would the masculine ending for Gastonia be???

As it is being named for Rob Gaston. Species for Don Burge.

Jim K.