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Re: Tanycolagreus topwilsoni
I worked with Western for almost a year on the NAMAL project.
I should probably know this but what does NAMAL stand for.
Although what was once called "Solarus" or some such
Do you mean *Coelurus*?
I am still friends with the person who did most of the
reproduction work on it and the juvenile ceratosaur. H***, I even helped
reconstruct a few bones of the ceratosaur. Although the Tany skull has
some of the premax, a lacrimal, teeth and a few other elements, the skull
was created using their best guestimates. I remember being rebuffed after
asking why it looked so muck like an small allosaur. The post cranial
material is scant, but they do have some pretty good hand claws.
Ceratosaurus or ceratosaurian? Can we expect a paper sometime?
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