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Re: Dinosaurs of Morrison Formation

On Sat, 29 May 1999 19:42:40 -0700 (PDT) "Jaime A. Headden"
<qilongia@yahoo.com> writes:

>  "Eobrontosaurus" yanhapin
>  That's 20!

   There's one more: *Apatosaurus ajax*

><Coelurus agilis>
>  Not from the Morrison, but the younger EC

   Are you sure? I thought both *C. fragilis* and *C. agilis* were from
the same quarry. Could you be thinking of "C." *gracilis*, which is much
younger than *C. fragilis* (Arundel formation of Maryland: late
Aptian-early Albian, I think)?-*Thescelosaurus* 

>  That's 9
>  Koparion douglassi
>  "Allosaurus atrox" [dubious, very dubious]
>  Allosaurus "n. sp." [whenever Chure names it]
>  That's 12?
>Jaime A. Headden
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