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Dinogeorge Digest #11

Subj:   Re: Oldest Coelurosaurian Found
Date:   98-07-16 04:26:38 EDT
From:   Dinogeorge

In a message dated 98-07-15 22:36:25 EDT, MKIRKALDY@aol.com writes:

<< "The therizinosauroid affinities of the specimen are indicated by the 
 presence of a broad and flat shelf lateral to the tooth row and the 
 few, large nutrient foramina below it; the downturned anterior end of 
 the dentary; the decrease in the size of teeth posteriorly; the large 
 number and small size of the teeth; and the morphology of the
 teeth." >>

Can't wait to read the paper. The questions I have are, Did the authors
compare the specimen with prosauropod and ornithischian jaws? and, What, if
any, features of the specimen are coelurian?

Subj:   Re: BFD
Date:   98-07-12 13:32:59 EDT
From:   Dinogeorge
To:     jjackson@interalpha.co.uk

In a message dated 98-07-12 07:31:42 EDT, jjackson@interalpha.co.uk writes:

<<  (I half suspect George was being ironic when he said the above!) >>

Allow me to alleviate your suspicions. I was >absolutely< being ironic.

Subj:   Re: Query about Gargoyleosaurus
Date:   98-07-12 00:02:47 EDT
From:   Dinogeorge
To:     sarima@ix.netcom.com

In a message dated 98-07-11 23:39:15 EDT, sarima@ix.netcom.com writes:

<< Somebody announced the recent description of a new genus of dinosaur -
 Gargoyleosaurus - a few days ago.  I seem to have forgotten to note down
 the type species.  What is it? >>

Gargoyleosaurus parkpini Carpenter, Miles & Cloward, 1998