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In a message dated 5/31/01 5:51:56 PM EST, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< Unfortunately a comparison with the other titanosaur Aegyptosaurus from
same horizon is not satisfactorily covered in this paper. But they state
that there are sufficient differences to rule out synonymy. Any how the
authors cannot be blamed for there is nothing of Aegyptosaurus surviving. >>
I recall that in Stromer's Aegyptosaurus he also noted the existence of a
distinct much larger sauropod, of which he had insufficient material to
propose a new taxon. Paralititan might be it.
<<Joshua B. Smith,1* Matthew C. Lamanna,1 Kenneth J. Lacovara,2 Peter
Dodson,13 Jennifer R. Smith,1 Jason C. Poole,4 Robert Giegengack,1 Yousry
Thanks for the author list, too!