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Nebraskan hypsilophodont material?

Wanted: any information or confirmation about the possible existance of
hypsilophodont material discovered in the Dakota Sandstone formation of
eastern Nebraska (or possibly across the Missouri River in Iowa).
No date, but I believe this to be a recent find, from a surface exposure
in a farm field (cattle grazing land) near a major highway, in or near
Burt County, Nebraska.
I know it's not much to go on but any information at all will aid my

Thanks in advance,
John Schneiderman (dino@revelation.unomaha.edu)

To date: Nebraska has produced some dinosaur material
     UNSM 1200 (=6-8-28)  distal end of left femur of an iguanodontid
     UNSM (6-9-32)  partial sacrum from a ?hadrosaur
     a partial tooth from an ?Albertosaurus 
     another partial tooth and bone fragments considered dinosaurian