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Re: Dinosaur Genera List corrections #115




On Wed, 27 Oct 1999 23:30:10 EDT Dinogeorge@aol.com writes:

[snip} 
> (1) Dinosaur Don Lessem has become a dinosaur eponym with the
publication of L
> essemsaurus sauropoides, a melanorosaurid prosauropod described in
> 
> Bonaparte, J. F., 1999. "Evolución de las vértebras presacras en 
> Sauropodomorpha," Ameghiniana 36(2): 115?187 [August 15, 1999].
> 
> It is from the Upper Triassic Los Colorados Formation in La Rioja 
province, 
> Argentina, and is based on a partial sauropod-like (hence the species 
> epithet) articulated vertebral column that is mainly neural arches.
[snip]

   Would this prosauropod be the same as the "unnamed melanorosaurid"
mentioned in the Basal Sauropodomorpha chapter of *The
Dinosauria*?-*Thescelosaurus*

> The Dinosaur Genera List is at my Web site
> 
> http://members.aol.com/Dinogeorge/index.html

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