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RE: Pleurocoelus vs. Astrodon

including an elongated cervical vertebrae that is very similar to _Sauroposeidon_ of Oklahoma<
I just read the _Sauroposeidon_ paper earlier this morning, and I believe it talks briefly about some material assigned to _Pleurocoelus_. I don't remember if it talks about _Astrodon_, but in the lit. cited section, there are somethings about the Comanche fauna; specifically:
Lagston, W. Jr. 1974. Nonmammalian Comanchean tetrapods. Geoscience and Man 8:77-102
There may be more info in some of the other ones, but this is the one that lept out at me first. Hope this helps, and sorry if it doesn't.

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