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Dromaeosauridae names, please!
> <<Why do you call it "the _Dinosaur Blunder Book_"? Was it that bad?>>
> A lot of the details per species (of the lesser known ones anyway)
> are down-right erroneous, including measurements, etymologies (not that
> I really care, I'm pretty good with languages ... just not syntax)
> reference, and much of the finer details in the descriptions and
> comments. Some of the genera listed were orignally applied in that
> book, giving Lessem and Glut the credit for these nomina nuda, even
> though publication of the forms will stabilize use (and a lot of the
> Japanese names can still be changed, thank God -- without insult to the
> coiners, but the endless oriental place-name+saurus are.... I'll quit
I agree completely. -- Good to know. Is "Dinosaurs. The Encyclopedia" better
in these respects?