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RE: Age of the Amur region,and the Horseshoe Canyon and Javelina formations (was: Re: Age of formations)

<<BTW: There is more from the Javelina, but it isn't cranial so no one

This begs the point that I've thought about for a while.  It seems with taxa
that have big fancy skulls, everyone looks at the skull, and disregards the
rest of the skeleton (and this problem is not restricted to dinosaurs).
Then they complain about there being no autapomorphies in the postcrania of
the taxa!  Has anyone actually looked long and hard at the postcrania of
hadrosaurs, ceratopsians, and others to actually try and find apomorphies?

Randall Irmis