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re:"Giganotosaurus argentine"

Maybe Giganotosaurus argentinus... or Giganotosaurus argentinae.
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Sent: Friday, March 02, 2001 6:49 PM
Subject: re:"Giganotosaurus argentine"

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From: calzola
Sent: Friday, March 02, 2001 10:19 PM
Subject: re:"Giganotosaurus argentine"

<<Hello all,

There is a rumor going on around one of the message boards that I frequent
saying that the new giant carcharodontosaurine specimens from Argentina will
be called "Giganotosaurus argentine".  Has anyone else heard of this?
The guy who posted the news claims to have read it in a little snippet from
a magazine called "The Modern Digger" (or something to that effect, he

-Jordan Mallon>>
may be 'argentinensis' i think....
'argentine' sounds a bit strange..
...or "argentinae", as a genetive "Argentina's". Lacks fantasy, though, as *G. carolinii* is from Argentina, too.