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Mononykus skull

You wrote: 
>The Holotype specimen is from the Geological Institute, Mongolian Academy
>of Sciences (GI N107/6) and is described (in major detail) in 
>Altangarel, P., L.M. Chiappe, B. Rinchen, J.M. Clark, & M.A. Norell.  1994.
>Skeletal Morphology of _Mononykus olecranus_ (Theropoda: Avialae) from the
>Late Cretaceous of Mongolia.  American Museum Novitates

Yes that is right. But Brian is talking about the NEW specimen with the 
complete skull. The skull is long, and the mounted skeleton has an incorrect 
skull on it. I'm sure the boys at the AMNH are working on a paper.