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Re: New member of the list/hadrosaurs



Are you the one who described Histriasaurus?
Your English doesn't seem to be poorer than mine...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Fabio Marco Dalla Vecchia" <fabdalla@box1.tin.it>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2000 8:46 AM
Subject: New member of the list/hadrosaurs


> Hi guys,
> I do not know your customs, but since I am a new member of the list I
> introduce myself.
> Because of my poor English you surely understood that I am not Anglosaxon.
> In fact I am an Italian paleontologist working mainly on Mesozoic
reptiles.
> My Ph.D. thesis was about Triassic pterosaurs but beginning from 1993 I
> dedicated my efforts to the study of the dinosaur evidence in the Adriatic
> region (and nearby regions) of central Tethys. The Adriatic region NOW
> corresponds mainly to part of Italy and the states of the former
Jugoslavia
> (Slovenia, Croatia, etc.). If someone is interested, I can send a list of
> my pubblications.
> Now, I would be very interested (and in another messageI will explain why)
> to know the most updated theory (and/or the most popular one) about the
> origin of hadrosaurs (taxonomy and region of origin).
>
> Fabio M. Dalla Vecchia
> Museo Paleontologico Cittadino
> Via Valentinis 134
> I-34074 - Monfalcone
> ITALY
>
>