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Re: ALLOSAURUS IN EUROPE II
Is important to confirm if this specimen of Allosaurus fragilis is
not, in fact, the allosauroid Lourinhanosaurus antunesi.
> Oh yeah, forgot to say.. has everyone heard that _Allosaurus
> fragilis_ has now been definitely reported from the Late Jurassic of
> Portugal? I understand there is a paper on this in the latest
> _Journal of the Geological Society_. Not to be confused with
Just seen the paper: the specimen is a fairly complete pelvis with
surrounding elements like gastralia and some vertebrae preserved.
Nino Perez-Moreno is senior author - the authorship team consists of
about 8 workers, Dan Chure is among them.
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