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Re: Troodontids and Pachycephalosaurs (no way related)



T. Mike Keesey wrote:
> 
> On Mon, 16 Feb 1998, Larry Akins wrote:
> 
> > I have a couple questions (like always).  First of all are there any
> > other known Troodontids other than _Troodon formosus_ .
> 
> Certainly:
> _Borogovia_
> _Saurornithoides_
> _Sinornithoides_
> _Tochisaurus_
> unamed Mongolian troodontid
> 
> And probably:
> _Ornithodesmus cluniculus_ (not to be confused with "Ornithodesmus"
>         _latidens_, a pterosaur)
> _Troodon? isfarensis_
> indeterminate material from the Cedar Mountain Formation
> 
> And maybe:
> "_Araucanoraptor_"
> _Elopteryx_, which may be synonymous with _Bradycneme_ and _Heptasteornis_
> _Koparion_
> _Lisboasaurus_
> _Paronychodon_
> 
> see http://umbc.edu/~tkeese1/dinosaur/taxa/troodont.htm
> 
> --T. Mike Keesey
> tkeese1@gl.umbc.edu
> http://umbc.edu/~tkeese1 -- Dinosaur Web Pages
A troodontid and a pterosaur in the same genus?What...
Tom