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Re: Dinogeorge Digest special edition (long)



does Scyppy count as Archie size?
-Betty

Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:
> 
> In a message dated 98-08-11 18:24:13 EDT, qilongia@yahoo.com writes:
> << The smallest of the small are:
>    *Drinker* - around 2 ft (LJ)
>    *Laeallynasaurua* - same (EC?)
>    *Microceratops* - about 3 ft (LC?)
>    *Comsognathus*, of course - about 3 ft (LJ/EC, one
>                                of the two) >>
> 
> To these you might want to add _Taveirosaurus_, a small ornithischian
> (pachycephalosaur?) based on tiny teeth from Portugal;
> _Micropachycephalosaurus_; _Wannanosaurus_; and an as yet undescribed very
> small pachycephalosaur ("Microcephale") from western North America.
> Interesting that a lot of these are pachycephalosaurs. _Psittacosaurus_
> individuals are also pretty small. I saw one that a dealer had that was only
> about 2 feet long without tail.
> 
> What I'm interested in, however, are dinos in the _Archaeopteryx_ size range.