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Re: Fossil of Hypsilophodon skull found in Ishikawa
Dr. Paul Willis comments, in absentia:
>A more important distinguishing factor for the Shiramine discovery
>is the difference in the fossilized skull's appearance from specimens
>found in other countries, such as Britain or Australia.
And which Australian Hypsilophodon skull are they referring to?
(There are none!)
>Notable examples of Hypsilophodon fossils have been found in
>Wealden and the Isle of Wight, both in southern Britain, in Victoria,
>Australia and in China.
No Hypsilophodon in Victoria (they must be referring to Leayellenasaura).
Dr Paul M.A. Willis
Consulting Vertebrate Palaeontologist
Quinkana Pty Ltd
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