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In a message dated 98-07-12 15:53:49 EDT, Rachel Clark wrote:
<< I couldn't help but speculate on what they might end up naming this thing.
How about ... Ailurosaurus? Ailuroraptor? Felinosaurus? Saurailuroides?
Catraptor? We'll find out in a few years, I guess...>>
The first suggestion would cause consideable confusion with Owen's
Aelurosaurus (not that that seems to matter with most people doing the
naming), a genus already very easily confused (with Aelurodraco,
Aelurognathus, Aelurosauroides, Aelurosauropsis, and Aelurosuchus, among other
"I like really like dicynodonts, and I CAN eat a whole one! (as long as it's