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Re: More Dino Questions...
On Thu, 17 Jun 1999 18:06:52 -0400, Grant Harding wrote:
> Here we go again.
> On the list of dinosaurs from Dinosaur Park Formation, _Montanoceratops_
> is listed as just a genus name. Does anyone know if this was _M. =
> cerorhynchus_ itself or some kind of _M. sp._?
> What is the area of the Dinosaur Park Formation?
> Thanks to those who responded to my last inquiry about dinosaur masses, =
> but there are still a couple I *need*. Here they are:
> Apatornis celer
> Ricardoestesia gilmorei
> Brachylophosaurus canadensis
> Gryposaurus notabilis
> G. incurvimanus
> Prosaurolophus maximus
> Corythosaurus casuarius
> Lambeosaurus lambei
> L. magnicristatus
> Parasaurolophus walkeri
> Orodromeus makelai
> Thescelosaurus neglectus
> Gravitholus albertae
> Ornatotholus browni
> Undesc. full-domed pachycephalosaurid from Dino Park Form.
> Edmontonia rugosidens
> Montanoceratops cerorhynchus
> Centrosaurus apertus
> Thank you so much.
> Grant Harding
> High school student/closet paleontologist
> Visit Grant Harding's Dinosaur Destination at =
> "...I suspect he actually has a subspecies of _Stenonychosaurus_, though
> haven't decided for sure...small Triassic carnivore--two meters from pes
> acetabulum. In point of fact, a rather ordinary theropod..." -from =
> Crichton's _The Lost World_
Dickinson State University -ND
Dept of Natural Sciences- Biology
Paleo Mont Research
Paleo Mont Park
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