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I found this preview of the Currie and Padian (eds.) Encyclopedia of
Dinosaurs. The status shows it is due for publication this August. It sounds
like a "must-have".
Also, I would like to just comment on the scientific jargon used on
list. I am not a palaeontologist so when I subscribed, I was a little lost. I
got out the books and notated all the drawings in The Dinosauria with arrows
names of bones, etc. I thought it was actually fun. It was a whole other deeper
level of the understanding of dinosaurs. Of course, some posts here still fly
over my head (like that Adam Yates one on Gondwana Oviraptors, sorry Adam).
now I have a tremendous appreciation of palaeontologists and the amount of
education they must have. I hope the list remains at this high level.