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Protohadros's diet and hadrosaurs generally



Jason Head suggests that Protohadros byrdi, the newly described,
earliest definitive hadrosaurid, might have eaten aquatic vegetation
(SVP, 18(4): 718, 734).  

Is this a primitive feature of hadrosaurids?  Are there other
Hadrosaurids thought to have eaten aquatic plants?  Was Protohadros
unique in this?


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