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RE: Barnum Brown



Another lost sheep message that found its way to me rather than the list:


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From: "Everhart, Mike J" <Mike.Everhart@Wichita.BOEING.com>
To: "'owner-dinosaur@usc.edu'" <owner-dinosaur@usc.edu>
Subject: RE: Barnum Brown
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 22:18:57 -0500

Besides dinos, Barnum Brown also collected plesiosaurs (and gastroliths) in
Wyoming:

Brown, Barnum. 1904. Stomach Stones and the Food of Plesiosaurs, Science,
(N.S.) 20(501):184-185

Brown, Barnum. 1907. Gastroliths, Science, (N.S.) 25(636):392


Mike Everhart
Adjunct Curator of Paleontology
Sternberg Museum of Natural History
Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS
< http://www.oceansofkansas.com >

Everhart, M. J. 2000, Gastroliths associated with plesiosaur remains in the
Sharon Springs Member of the Pierre Shale (late Cretaceous), Western Kansas.
Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans. 103(1-2):58-69.

Whittle, C. H. and M. J. Everhart. 2000. Apparent and implied evolutionary
trends in lithophagic vertebrates from New Mexico and elsewhere, pages
75-82, in Lucas, S.G. and A. B. Heckert, (eds.), Dinosaurs of New Mexico,
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 17. 
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