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Interesting New Book



Hey,
Just wanted to let you all know about an interesting new book that was recently 
published.  

Evolution of Herbivory in Terrestrial Vertebrates: Perspectives from the Fossil 
Record (Cambridge University Press), edited by Hans-Dieter Sues, is the 
proceedings from a symposium on the evolution of herbivory held during the 
Sixth North American Paleontological Convention in 1996.  This book includes 
chapters on the evolution of herbivory in land vertebrates, an analysis of 
prosauropod teeth and diet, a look at sauropod feeding habits, a chapter by 
David Weishampel on ceratopsians, stegosaurids, and ornithopods, and three 
chapters on mammals and the evolution of grazing.

It's a very interesting book, to say the least.

Steve
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