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New JVP dinos

The third number of this year's JVP arrived here today and there are two new 
dinosaurs in it. First is Nothronychus mckinleyi Kirkland & Wolfe, 2001, 
which we've all known about, and it is no longer a nomen nudum. And second is 
Eshanosaurus deguchiianus Xu, Zhao & Clark, 2001, which is represented by 
that therizinosauroid mandible from the Early Jurassic of China. The 
abstracts supplement for this years SVP meeting is positively enormous and 
includes lots of new (though unnamed) dinosaur taxa.

I'll have a DGL correction in due time; right now things are pretty busy 
around here. The List is now up to name #920.