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The mounted AMNH pseudosuchian is neither Postosuchus nor Saurosuchus.
It's Prestosuchus, and the huge phyosaur skull next to it is Smilosuchus
(formerly Machaeroprosopus) gregorii).
On Fri, 24 Mar 2000, Larry Dunn wrote:
> --- luisrey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > A question for New Yorkers.
> > I can't remember precisely now, but at the reptile
> > hall in the AMNH... is
> > it a spectacular attacking mounted skeleton of
> > Postosuchus right beside a
> > phytosaur... or is it any other rauisuchid or
> > poposaur?
> > Thanks for the help.
> Sorry if someone answered this already. It is a
> _Saurosuchus_, which is, if I recall correctly, is
> still a rauisuchid. It is way cool though. It's
> right next to a huge phtyosaur skull. Thecodonts are
> just endlessly fascinating critters.
> If you know Bob Morales, write him as I sent him a
> bunch of (bad) photos of it a few years ago and, who
> knows, he may be willing to share them with you (or copies).
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