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Re: Dinosaurs of Australia, Antarctica, and India

Message text written by INTERNET:dannj@alphalink.com.au
>Would this be Allosaurus robustus? I remember finding the Victorian
labeled such several years ago,<

        Dan Chure cleared this mystery specimen up:

Chure, D.J. 1998. A reassessment of the Asutralian _Allosaurus_ and its
implications for the Asutralian refugium concept. _Journal of Vertebrate
Paleontology_ 18(suppl. 3): 34A.

...noting that it is neither _Allosaurus_ nor allosaurid, though it _could_
be allosauroid in origin.

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