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R: Iguanodon (was Re: Saltasauridae (was Re: new titanosaur paper)
Da: Dinogeorge@aol.com <Dinogeorge@aol.com>
A: TWILLIAMS@canr1.cag.uconn.edu <TWILLIAMS@canr1.cag.uconn.edu>;
firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Data: mercoledì 28 luglio 1999 21.21
Oggetto: Re: Iguanodon (was Re: Saltasauridae (was Re: new titanosaur paper)
>Most senior synonym of _Iguanodon atherfieldensis_ may be _Heterosaurus
>neocomiensis_ Cornuel 1850, recently restudied by French workers. I would
>_I. bernissartensis_ and _I. atherfieldensis_ belong in different genera,
>they're retained in _Iguanodon_ more by tradition than anything else.
Why in a different genera?
I say that there are some differences in the two species ( a lot of these
are size related) but there are also a lot of similarities that unites the
two species in the genus Iguanodon.
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