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Re: Sauropod Bone Beds
On Sat, 04 Mar 2000 07:27:15 Dann Pigdon wrote:
>> I have to betray my ignorance, or faulty memory, by asking the group a
>> question: Does anybody know of bonebeds in which a particular
>> sauropod species dominates the assemblage, the way hadrosaurs and
>> ceratopsians dominate some Cretaceous bonebeds?
Has anyone mentioned the Jobaria/Nigersaurus beds in Niger? I believe that a
few well articulated sauropod individuals dominated this bed, along with a
bunch of isolated bone from sauropods. Of course, this area is not extremely
large, and nothing like Horner's site of 10,000 hadrosaur individuals!
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