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Re: HUMOR [was Re: Styracosaurus Query]



Speaking of both sauropods AND ornithischians, can someone direct me to any
really detailed papers on the pelvis and femur of something in either
flavor?  I'm not picky about genera -- just trying to figure out how the
bumps and grooves generally sort themselves out in those groups.  Thanks.

--Toby White

The Vertebrate Notes at:
http://home.houston.rr.com/vnotes/index.htm and
http://www.dinodata.net


----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Bonnan" <mbonnan@hotmail.com>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Sunday, February 18, 2001 11:47 AM
Subject: HUMOR [was Re: Styracosaurus Query]


> Wow!  A post about an ornithischian!  Whilst I am a sauropod worker (and
> hence a saurischian afficianado), it is always refreshing to see
> ornithischian dinosaur posts on here (or at least posts about non-avian
> dinosaurs).  Advice to budding dino paleontologists everywhere: steer
clear
> of theropods and bird origins, and concentrate on the overlooked but
> fascinating herbivores of the dinosaur world. =)
>
> And now I know I will catch heat from theropod workers everywhere.  I
expect
> Tom Holtz to have a few words with me, Chris Brochu, and other
> theropod-loving list members.  So be it. =)
>
> Lots of sauropodian love,
>
> Matt Bonnan
>
>
> ----Original Message Follows----
> From: Marilyn Wegweiser <mdwegweiser@bsuvc.bsu.edu>
> Reply-To: mdwegweiser@bsuvc.bsu.edu
> To: Ray Stanford <dinotracker@earthlink.net>
> CC: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject: Re: Styracosaurus Query
> Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2001 14:39:58 -0500
>
> THANKS! :-)
>
>
> >Hi Marilyn,
> >
> >     This is surely not as complete as what you were hoping for, but
> >off-hand, I find of p. 14 of Peter Dodson's THE HORNED DINOSAURS (ISBN
> >0-691-02882-6), that Styracosaurus is found in the Judith River Formation
> >of
> >Alberta (and possibly of Montana, too -- text is unclear on this point),
> >dating between 77 and 74 Ma.  The interval is Judithian.
> >
> >     Sorry I am not more helpful.
> >
> >     Ray Stanford
> >
> >
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Marilyn Wegweiser" <mdwegweiser@bsuvc.bsu.edu>
> >To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
> >Sent: Saturday, February 17, 2001 1:59 PM
> >Subject: Styracosaurus Query
> >
> >
> >Gentlepersons, Dino-aficionados, Adult Children of Alien Invaders,
> >Students. Professionals, AndList-Lurkers,
> >
> >Does anyone have on hand (with citations please) the information
> >pertaining to the geographic range, and in particular, the FAD-LAD
> >for Styracosaurus? If so, would you please share it with me? (and
> >others, if you so choose)
> >
> >Thanks in advance,
> >Marilyn
>
>
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