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Re: Help indentifying dino species!
Jordan Mallon wrote-
> Some of the drawings posted there are listed with species names while
> are not. If there is anyone out there kind enough to inform me on what
> unlisted species names are, it would be _very_ much appreciated. These
> images are very useful for illustrating dinosaurs, but don't mean much if
> don't know exactly which dinosaur I'm attempting to illustrate.
This may be synonymous with Gryposaurus notabilis and/or Hadrosaurus
foulki, among other lesser known gryposaurs.
This is being split into at least two species.
The skull is actually that of Erlikosaurus andrewsi, the presacral
vertebrae and pelvis come from Nanshiungosaurus brevispinus and
the hindlimbs are from Segnosaurus galbinensis.
This may be split into a few species/genera.
This is based on a skeleton referred to Stegosaurus unglutus, which many
think is synonymous with S. armatus.
Be aware that the species name of Archaeopteryx is not "berlin", but rather
lithographica. It is the Berlin specimen, however.
This may be synonymous with Sinornis.
That's it besides Euparkeria, which isn't a dinosaur and I'm not familiar
with the species name, and Camarasaurus, in which case I'm unsure of the
species (grandis, lentus, supremus?). I think George objects to
Sauropelta's species name and emended it to edwardsorum or something to
signify that it was named after multiple people.