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Re: besides mamenschisaurus




On Thu, 1 May 1997, Sam j hogan wrote:

> On Wed, 10 Jan 1996 17:20:56 -0800 enrique writes:
> I don't actually have the book, but the description sounds suspiciously
> like the mounting found in the atrium of the American Museum of Natural
> History in New York City.  Is the Mamenchisaurus  (identified as
> Barosurus in the museum's display) rearing up to defend itself and its
> offspring from the theropod?  If it is, then it's the same display.  In
> this case, the theropod is _Allosaurus_ (fragillis?).

The Barosaurus in NYC is actually a Mamenchisarus?  Now I'm -really-
confused.