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Re: Dinosaur Genera List corrections #118
In a message dated 11/11/99 5:24:58 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> Jobaria (named after the Tuareg mythical creature "Jobar") is described as
> primitive camarasaurid-like macronarian with a short neck of 12 cervicals
> and broad teeth, known from a number of individuals.
So it's back to being a camarasaurlike macronarian? As Tom noted earlier,
Jeff Wilson indicated last month that this animal fell just outside
The skull does look rather reminiscent of _Camarasaurus_ (though, for those
of you who haven't seen it, it has a hugely long, thin, sloping nasal spar--a
most interesting-looking animal). _Jobaria_, it sounds like, is definitely
in need of a lengthy monograph. 95% complete! Can you believe it?