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Pararhabdodon, Pt. II
At 02:50 PM 7/2/99 -0500, Tim wrote:
>I picked up somewhere (probably on this list - might have been one of
>Darren Naish's postings) that the European ornithopod _Pararhabdodon_
>had been assigned to the Lambeosaurinae.
>Does anybody have the reasons why and/or the paper that made this re-
Another paper on _Pararhabdodon_ is:
Casanovas, M. L., X. Pereda-Suberbiola, J. V. Santafe & D. B. Weishampel.
1999. First lambeosaurine hadrosaurid from Europe: palaeobiogeographical
implications. Geol. Magazine 136: 205-211.
Some of the lambeosaurine features in _Para._ are:
medial maxillary shelf; truncated, rounded maxillary-jugal contact;
deltapectoral crest of humerus projecting laterally and distally.
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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