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Re: Dinoaur Trivia Question
Virginia Tidwell wrote:
Phil Bigelow replied:
<I didn't know about this material. The type collection of Coelophysis
comes from the Kayenta Formation at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico,
which is Late Triassic. It is possible that the Cloverly Formation-
equivalent beds in Northern Wyoming could have produced the
Wyoming material, but I doubt it.
Is the Kayenta Formation found in Wyoming?>
The Cloverly, to my knowledge, is Early Cretaceous. Someone tell me if
there is confirmed *Coelphysis* specimens from the Jurassic, but a LT
jump to EC?
Jaime A. Headden
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