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Re: The Last Dinosaur Book



Danvarner@aol.com wrote:
> 
> In a message dated 99-04-29 13:18:22 EDT, Dinogeorge wrote:
> 
> << Of course, they're pretty scrappy:
>  nothing to brag about, except for a certain nodosaurian that is to become a
>  new genus in the near future. (So you should have said, "Few real
> dinosaurs.")
>   >>
> 
>   A "nearly complete" hadrosaur was collected near Fresno by Cal Tech and now
> (I assume) is at the LACM. Apparently a float in the marine Moreno formation,
> it looks rather like Saurolophus. See _Prehistoric Animals Illustrated_, Los
> Angeles County Museum, 1959. Dan Varner.
> 

Actually about two or three specimens. At least two skulls, and a good
portion of skeletons. Superfucally looks like
Saurolophus/Prosaurolophus. Needs a lot of work. I think it's its own
genus.

Tracy