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I have not yet read the paper cited below, but wonder if anyone knows
if their conclusions have been challenged. Particularly the conclusion that
the "non-ornithoid" eggs they found are troodontids. They apparently also
reject the Troodon identification of ornithoid eggs found earlier in
------Thanks, Ken Kinman
Varricchio, D.J., F. Jackson, and C.N. Trueman, 1999. A nesting trace
with eggs for the Cretaceous theropod dinosaur Troodon formosus. J. Vert.
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