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On Wed, 10 Oct 2001 20:21:49 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
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> Subject: Re: kritosaurus?
> In case no one has answered this... I will.... tired of fluffy dinos.
> There maybe a picture of the skull of _Kritosaurus_ in the Dinosauria. If
> not I am sure I can find one from Horners Monograph that I can send you,
> could always contact Jack or someone at the Museum of the Rockies and see
> you could get a drawing or something of it as well. Hmmm is only
> -Hadrosaurine- and -Lambeosaurine- for the Hadrosaurs. Oh ya _Kritosaur_
> a -Hadrosaurine-. I am assuming that the -Saurolophoni-, is one of the
> names that used to be used for the semi crested Hadrosaurine's?
> Anyways thats it from here,
> Paleo Mont
> I do believe he was referring to the new skull material that was in the
> poster not any Kritosaurus skull. The skull material that was in the
> if I remember correctly, are nasals, maxilla, dentary and maybe some
> skull parts. The nasals really reminded me of the G. latidens. The
> that he is studying from Mexico (I believe) is different. The lower jaw
> much more deep and nasals thicker and shorter.
Perhaps true, but if your gonna do good research you need to look at all the
refering materials as well. not just one skull.
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