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Jack McIntosh informs me that there's a new dinosaur species introduced in
the latest issue of the Journal of Paleontology (don't have vol, issue #,
Julia T. Sankey, 2001. "Late Campanian southern dinosaurs, Aguja Formation,
Big Bend, Texas."
The new species is Richardoestesia isosceles, based on teeth. I haven't seen
the article yet, but the generic name is probably misspelled with the "h"; it
should be spelled without the "h," as in the subject heading of this post
(see Mesozoic Meanderings #2 second printing, p. 150), which is how the
authors intended it to be spelled before some overzealous editor at Cambridge
U Press spoiled it for them.