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Re: Dinosaur Genera List corrections #141
The point here is that Ponerosteus is most likely based on a dinosaur
whereas those others (including Aachenosaurus) are now known not to be:
My impression is that the "type" material of _Iguanodon_ (now _Ponerosteus_)
_exogyrarum_ is of such poor quality that it cannot be determined if it's a
dinosaur or not. As a _nomen dubium_, I would question whether _I.
exogyrarum_ deserved to be given its own genus. I suppose if nothing else,
it gets it out of the genus _Iguanodon_. When I receive my copy of MM#3,
I'll be interested in reading your opinion on its identity.
By the way, where did you hear about Macrodontophion being a
I believe it was in Glut's _Dinosaur Encyclopedia_. I have heard it before
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