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Re: BRADYCNEME, NUTHETES, WYLEYIA
In a message dated 12/3/99 4:41:43 PM EST, email@example.com writes:
<< Is there any info on this Fruita _Echinodon_ - specimen #, provenance
(including horizon)? >>
Here is a little more on the Fruita form, from my English version of the text
of the Gakken article:
The Morrison Formation (top of the Salt Wash Member, late Kimmeridgian, about
152 million years ago) near Fruita, Colorado has, on the other hand, yielded
a nearly perfect right dentary less than 3 cm long (and a corresponding left
maxilla; Figure 14) of a very small ornithischian resembling Echinodon.
Discovered by California paleontologist George Callison, these jaws have not
yet been described (Figure 14 is their first appearance in print); they are
presently considered to belong to the "Fruita fabrosaurid," limb elements of
which were studied by Callison and Helen M. Quimby in 1984.