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Re: Dino placements...

On Thu, 1 Nov 2001, Jaime A. Headden wrote:

> Mickey Mortimer (Mickey_Mortimer11@email.msn.com) wrote:
> <Why the complete lack of resolution in the Enigmosauria?>
>   Because the group has not been named, and is pretty much an internet name 
> for the time being.
> Such names should be used in quotes or implied only. There is no taxonomic 
> validity (read:
> conventions of naming rules) to "Enigmosauria" as yet. When you can find the 
> name in print, I will
> use it. Besides, there's an alternate, less controversial name for this group 
> out there without
> being internet chatter. Be patient -- :).

As mentioned on the list, it has been published in _Dinosaurs of the Isle
of Wight_. Only in a caption to an illustrated cladogram and in the index,
and without any further sort of description, it's true.

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