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Re: Kitadanisaurus

  According to Glut's encyclopedia, "Kitadanisaurus" is a Japanese
Albian-age dromaeosaurid known from jaw fragments and possibly limb
material (right astragalus, left metatarsal III, and right ?first manual
ungual).  It's apparently about twice the size of *Deinonychus*, but is
not an official name yet.  The material was briefly described by Azuma
and Currie, 1995.-*Thescelosaurus*

On Tue, 19 Jan 1999 13:32:31 PST "Jordan Mallon" <j_mallon@hotmail.com>
>G'day folks,
>   I read somewhere on the Internet about _Kitadanisaurus_.  All the 
>page said was that it was dromaeosauridae incertae sedis.  Since I've 
>never before heard of this dino, could someone please enlighten me as 
>it's background?  Thanks.
>- Jordan Mallon
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