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Re: I. orientalis
In a message dated 97-05-02 14:26:28 EDT, email@example.com (DinosØMP) writes:
<< I was surfing around, and found a place where T. R. Holtz jr. said
anything about that _Iguanodon orientalis_ is not the one whith the big
snout, as often pictured. Then which dinosaur is it which had that big
snout, whtn it was not I. orientalis? >>
David Norman has restudied the Asian iguanodontid material, and finds that
_Iguanodon orientalis_ is indistinguishable from _Iguanodon bernissartensis_,
whereas it >is< distinguishable from the big-nosed and still unnamed
iguanodontid. I think he and Kurzanov will have a new generic name for the
big-nose shortly. Meanwhile, _I. orientalis_ is synonymized with _I.
Norman, D. B., 1996. "On Mongolian ornithopods (Dinosauria: Ornithischia). 1.
Iguanodon orientalis Rozhdestvensky 1952," Zoological Journal of the Linnaean
Society 116: 303–315.