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At 02:03 AM 7/21/00 -0400, you wrote:
><<SNIP lots of DEAD Gorgosaurus juvenile/sub-adult specimens >>
>Consider the possibility that these represent a different species or genus.
The problem with that is that all of the specimens that I mentioned
exhibited either immature bone grain or other accepted signs of ontogeny.
I think saying that these were all specimens of a separate species would
cloud the issue greatly. Granted, it is not out of the question, but it is
extremely unlikely. Carr's (1999) paper gives a description of why these
should be considered juvenile/sub-adult specimens, rather than separate
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