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RE: "Hypuronector limnaios"
This is the "deep-tailed swimmer" drepanosaurid from the Newark Supergroup
recently described by Colbert and Olsen. The ref is:
Colbert, Edwin H. and Paul E. Olsen. 2001. A new and unusual aquatic reptile
from the Lockatong Formation of New Jersey (Late Triassic, Newark
Supergroup). American Museum of Natural History Novitates 3334: 1-24
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Subject: "Hypuronector limnaios"
Does the name ""Hypuronector limnaios" mean anything to you all? Is it
new or fradulent, or haven't I been listening to the list well enough?