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TROODON NESTS (WAS: Re: Eggs,Embyros, and Birds)



Betty Cunningham wrote:

> Troodons eggs are found TWO at a time along a sort of trail for about 10-15  
> > feet. 

Horner (NATURE, Vol. 385 No. 6613, 16 January 1997) redescribed the
nests with eggs originally attributed to _Orodromeus_ as belonging to
_Troodon_. Anyone know what (if any) type of dinosaur is even
theoretically associated with those lines of paired eggs Betty mentions?

Brian (franczak@ntplx.net)
http://www.paleolife-art.com