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Re: Styracosaurus...



In a message dated 4/30/99 5:37:50 PM EST, paleo_mont@excite.com writes:

<< The Dinosaur Society's Dinosaur Encyclopedia 1993 page 454(Lessum adn Glut)
 _Styracosaurus makeli_ unoffical name, not been described.  Has a forward
 and downward-turned nasel horn.  Has this been described yet? Or is this
 referring to _Einiosaurus procurviconis_? If it isnt where is it at, and is
 anyone working on it? >>

Styracosaurus makeli is an early nomen nudum for Einiosaurus procurvicornis. 
It first appeared in the Czerkas' big, colorful dinosaur book (forgot the 
exact title) back in 1990, in a caption to a Doug Henderson picture.