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Hadrosauridae indet. from Uzbekistan

Padron@online.no wrote:
<<Are there any names given to the vertebrae which has
been called "Hadrosaurus indet." from Uzbekistan?>>

and Mike Keesey wrote:
<Hadrosauridae indet., right? I don't have any named
hadrosaurids from Uzbekistan on my site, so, AFAIK,
no.     ^^^^>

  I do beleive *Arstanosaurus kyzylkumensis* (Nessov,
1998?) (a nomen dubium?) qualifies, from either
Kazakstan or Uzbekistan (I'm fairly certain it's the
latter, but am willing to be wrong :) ). The Kyzyl Kum
and especially the Uzbek dinosaurian faunas are coming
under greater scrutiny lately, especially in the works
of Nessov, but I hope this picks up... :) I have a
vested interest in the Bissekty Formation, after all.

  Anyway, does anyone out there have a fairly
accessible and relatively English (or Russian) ref for
the Bissekty, Kyzyl Kum, or Uzbekistan, other than
Currie, Godfrey, and Nessov (1994)?

- Greek proverb: "Knowledge is Inherent;
  Stupidity is Learned." -

Jaime A. Headden

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