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RE: Tanycolagreus topwilsoni
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
> Nicholas Gardner
> >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.
> Ceratosaurus or ceratosaurian? Can we expect a paper sometime?
Ceratosaurus nasicornis. See last year's SVP abstract:
Britt, B.B., D.J. Chure, T.R. Holtz, Jr., C.A. Miles & K.L. Stadtman. 2000.
A reanalysis of the phylogenetic affinities of _Ceratosaurus_ (Theropoda,
Dinosauria) based on new specimens from Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. JVP 20
(Suppl. to 3): 32A.
Don't know what Brook's idea of a timetable for getting the specimen ready
for publication is. It is a beauty, though: the skull looks like
_Eustreptosondylus_ with little horns...
(One of our conclusions on that poster was that all the new _Ceratosaurus_
species are almost certainly just growth stages of _C. nasicornis_.).
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
Department of Geology Director, Earth, Life & Time Program
University of Maryland College Park Scholars
College Park, MD 20742
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