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Re: Paleogeography (was Re: Early Ceratopian)
> From: Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Paleogeography (was Re: Early Ceratopian)
> Date: Monday, October 19, 1998 11:37 AM
> At 05:00 PM 10/16/98 -0500, Rob Meyerson wrote:
> >Thanks to all for the multiple corrections stating that _Psittacosaurus_
> still the oldest ceratopian (perhaps we can call Zuni the "oldest known
> quadrepedal ceratopian"; how many variations can we come up with? :^)
> *sigh*. Nope, we don't know for certain that _Zuni._ is older than other
> non-horned quadrupedal ceratopsians, due to the poor resolution of the
> of most Late Cretaceous central Asian formations.
> It REMAINS however, the oldest known brow-horned ceratopsian, which is
> Wolfe & Kirkland called it.
>Is enough of the specimen known to determine whether it is Chasmosaurine
or Centrosaurine ? BTW , there's pictures of the horn cores in the December
'97 issue of Earth magazine , in the article ' Horns of Plenty ' . Thanks .
Regards , Truett Garner