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Please pardon my ignorance. Are you guys talking about
1) Tanystrosuchus: Kuhn, 1963 (with the long neck)
2) Tanystropheus: von Meyer, 1855 * (which is not presently
thought to be dinosaur)
3) I should go back and check my references and shut up.
At 07:08 11/19/1998 -0800, Larry Dunn wrote:
>---"Stewart, Dwight" <Dwight.Stewart@VLSI.com> wrote:
>> > From: Larry Febo [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> > Tanystropheus,....(got me wondering about this thing again). I don`t
>> > suppose
>> > anyone considers it as a possible precursor to prosauropods?
>> Looking at the skeleton, I was wondering that too. The teeth look
>> odd, though.
>T. isn't a dinosaur though, is it?
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