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RE: ceratopsian eggs?

-----Original Message-----
From: Ray Stanford [mailto:dinotracker@earthlink.net]
Sent: Friday, September 15, 2000 7:15 PM
To: tlford@ix.netcom.com; Dinonet
Subject: Re: ceratopsian eggs?

    Tracy reported, "But there are Protoceratopian eggs known."

    Known by whom?  May we have a reference?

Mikhailiov, Konstantin E., 1994. Theropod and Protoceratopsian Dinosaur eggs
from the Cretaceous of Mongolia and Kazakhstan. Paleontological Journal
Volume 28, Number 2: 101-120.

Mikhailov, Konstantin E., 1995. Systematic, Faunistic and Stratigraphic
diversity of Cretaceous eggs in Mongolia: Comparison with China.  Sixth
Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems and Biota, Short Papers, Edited
by Ailing Sun and Yuanqing Wang, Published by China Ocean Press, Beijing:

Mikhailov, Konstantin E., 1996. New Genera of Fossil Eggs from the Late
Cretaceous of Mongolia. Paleontological Journal, Volume 30, Number 2: