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Re: Only One Triceratops Species??

In a message dated 3/5/01 12:58:00 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
dinoland@lycos.com writes:

<< My question is this: how much scientific weight does this hold?  Have any 
papers been published on this?  Refs? >>
    See Triceratops: an example of flawed systematics, by Ostrom and 
Wellnhofer in _Dinosaur Systematics_Ed. Carpenter and Currie, Cambridge Univ 
Press,1990. DV. This paper also floats the possibility of Torosaurus being 
the male and Triceratops the female. DV.