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RE: Tarbosaurus?





    Try applying this solution to different localities within the SAME
formation, such as for example, Cleavland-Lloyd vs. Como Bluff.  Playing
around with taxonomic status isn't going to make Allosaurus stop making up
75% of the population of Cleavland Lloyd, although both are supposedly
floodplain deposits.  Variation in population sampling is the norm; nothing
"wierd" or unusual about it.<<

Cleveland-Lloyd is NOT a flood plain deposit. It is a seep or pond in which
dinosaurs got stuck in, then the theropods went for a seemingly easy meal
and they themselves got stuck. This was an ongoing process, unlike a
floodplain that would leave skeletons in a single layer to be covered up by
the next flood.


Tracy